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Huawei is a Chinese largest, and most influential technology company initially founded to manufacture phone switches. Nowadays it’s a major provider of telecommunication networks, operational and consulting services and equipment. Huawei was established in 1987 by Ren Zhengfei and now has over 170,000 employees that above all are working on manufacturing smartwatches, tablets and smartphones along with making label products such as routers, modems and mobile hotspots.
Termination of cooperation between Huawei and TSMC is disadvantageous for both companies. TSMC will lose a large client, which brought about 15-20% of annual revenue. Huawei is losing access to major manufacturer's facilities.
Taiwanese company TSMC, the largest manufacturer of semiconductor products, has stopped accepting new orders from Huawei Technologies. The decision was made due to the new requirements of the U.S laws.
U.S. President Donald Trump has extended an order that prohibits U.S. companies from using telecommunications equipment manufactured by companies that pose a threat to U.S national security.
China and Huawei proposed a new internet protocol that will have a better network management system than the existing TCP/IP standard. However, it seems that the new protocol has authoritarian values.
Chinese tech company Huawei has hinted that it will soon be ready to replace Google apps with its native alternatives on its smartphones.