Since the United State government added Huawei Technology to its entity list, it has been one bad news or another for Huawei. A couple of companies and associations have withdrawn their association from Huawei as a result of the ban. The likes of AMD, ARM, Google, Intel, Qualcomm, etc. have suspended cooperation with Huawei. Associations like Wi-Fi Alliance, JEDEC (Solid State Technology Association), SDA (SD Association) and PCIe standard also canceled Huawei’s membership. In addition, Huawei Mate 20 Pro has been delisted from the Android Q beta program. Now, Microsoft has also drawn the line with Huawei.
According to media reports, the service team of Microsoft’s headquarters in Shenzhen has been withdrawn, and Microsoft has stopped accepting new orders from Huawei’s Windows system. Huawei MateBook has successfully opened up new designs and reactivated the PC market innovation, but it is inseparable from the Microsoft Windows 10 operating system. Now, reports have it that Microsoft has stopped supplying new orders to Huawei MateBooks.
Before Huawei’s existing orders are exhausted, if Huawei can’t handle this, notebook products will undoubtedly face a devastating blow. In addition, Huawei’s services related to Windows systems have also been stopped by Microsoft. When Microsoft China and Huawei were asked for comments, the report was that there is no more information to share.