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MIT Suspends Ties With Huawei, ZTE Over US Investigations

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MIT Suspends Ties With Huawei, ZTE Over US Investigations

MIT Suspends Ties With Huawei, ZTE Over US Investigations

The Institute said it's ​cutting ties "due to federal investigations regarding violations of sanction restrictions."

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MIT Suspends Ties With Huawei, ZTE Over US Investigations

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has cut its partnerships with Chinese tech companies Huawei and ZTE for the time being.

In a letter  Wednesday, university administrators said they've begun "a new review process for certain international collaborations" that pose an "elevated-risk." MIT said it would cut ties over the recent federal investigations into the tech firms' violating U.S. sanctions.

The Institute said it "will revisit collaborations with these entities as circumstances dictate." In January, the Justice Department  charged Huawei  with trying to steal trade secrets from T-mobile, and bypassing U.S. sanctions on Iran.

The company  has pleaded not guilty  to both charges.

The U.S. also accused ZTE of breaking U.S. sanctions on Iran.

The Commerce Department  leveled a ban  on ZTE last year after it illegally sent equipment to Iran and North Korea.

The ban has since  been lifted .

U.S. intelligence officials have repeatedly said the two companies  may have ties to the Chinese government , and that their devices could pose a national security threat.

MIT's announcement follows similar moves by the University of California, Berkeley, the University of Minnesota, Stanford University and Princeton University, which have all suspended future work with Huawei.




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