According to the Nikkei Asian Review, the Chinese company has been “temporarily restricted.” The alliance said in a statement it’s complying with the US commerce department order.
Wi-Fi Alliance is fully complying with the recent U.S. Department of Commerce order without revoking Huawei Technologies membership. Wi-Fi Alliance has temporarily restricted Huawei Technologies participation in Wi-Fi Alliance activities covered by the order.
Huawei’s future as a device maker is getting murkier and murkier by the day. If it doesn’t reach a settlement with the US Commerce Department, it’ll be very difficult for the company to sustain outside China.
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