Intel and Microsoft resumes supply to Huawei notebook


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After the relaxation of the ban on Huawei, many us companies are resuming cooperation with the Chinese manufacturer. Recent reports claim that Intel and Microsoft will continue to provide technical support to Huawei. Huawei’s business contacts with Intel and Microsoft are mainly in the consumer notebook, cloud, enterprise solutions, and other fields.

Intel and Microsoft on Huawei notebook

This is coming after the companies initially suspended shipments back in May. Despite this, Huawei has the determination to reduce its dependence on US companies. There were initial reports that Huawei will release a new notebook on July 1. This did not materialize and we do not know the exact reason. Whether it is in the Matebook line or MagicBook line is another question that begs an answer.

Huawei’s notebook product line has been around for a few years. It is a relatively high-end business line and its good reputation precedes it. In the past 618, Huawei notebook sales were quite impressive on the Jingdong platform. Although Huawei will cut down its dependence on American companies, it will do so gradually. For now, Intel and Microsoft are still vital to its notebooks but they may not be in the coming years. For now, Intel and Microsoft are still vital to its notebooks but they may not be in the coming years.

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