Intel to work with Huawei as Qualcomm applies for license

There’s a lot of doubt on Huawei with the ban in position, which doesn’t permit US companies or those who make use of US hardware and software to deal with the company. However, there appears to be light at the end of the tunnel as people knew with the matter stating that Intel has got the green light to work with Huawei.

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Just like you may have known companies can apply for authorization and the US government will choose which companies will be able to do trade with Huawei. There’s no official announcement yet, but Intel is almost certainly in the clear whereas other companies are still coming up for an endorsement. The company has publicly confirmed that Qualcomm is waiting for a license and immediately it does, the Chinese company will begin sourcing its SoCs from it seeing as it can’t utilize its in-house Kirin chips anymore.

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This does not appear as a shock given that Qualcomm has been in contact with the US government for pretty some time now. Several reports hint that AMD has applied for more than one license so it will be able to sell its chips to further Chinese firms and we are quite confident that Huawei is among them.

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Olamilekan Adebanji

Olamilekan Adebanji is a lover of tech and a content writer at wapmastazone

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