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Huawei laptop and server products removed from Microsoft’s corner

Following the US restriction, the firms are separating their respective tech business from Huawei and now another big firm has now shown signs to make space from the Chinese telecom giant.

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Recently, Microsoft has removed Huawei from one of its websites offering cloud services, also one of Huawei’s high-end laptop Matebook X Pro, has been also removed from Microsoft Store, which was previously listed there.

Currently, Microsoft is yet to make any official announcement whether it’s removing the Chinese firm from its business circle or will it end Huawei’s windows license.



Last week, The US Commerce Department added Huawei into the trade blacklist and imposed restrictions that’ll make it very difficult for the company to do business with American firms.

Following the US Commerce Department, Google, Qualcomm, Intel, Broadcom, and others also suspended their business with Huawei and canceled sharing hardware, software, and other services.

Later on, the US eased its restriction on Huawei and provided a temporary license for 90 days to manage the business with its existing users.



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