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How U.S. ban will affect Huawei technology

How U.S. ban will affect Huawei technology

Last Monday, news broke that Trump had banned Chinese tech giant, Huawei, from the U.S. market after trade negotiations went stale.

This is how the move could affect the technology company.

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RESTRICTIONS: Broadcast: NO USE JAPAN, NO USE TAIWAN Digital: NO USE JAPAN, NO USE TAIWAN Last Monday, news broke that Trump had banned Chinese tech giant, Huawei, from the U.S. market after trade negotiations went stale.

This is how the move could affect the technology company.

Chinese tech company, Huawei, was blacklisted by the U.S. government last Monday.

The tech company — as do most tech corporations — depends heavily on foreign components.

Huawei's P30 Pro motherboard is an example of this.

According to BBC, only two components from the motherboard are Chinese, its RF transceivers and audio chip.

Both are made by HiSilicon, which is owned by Huawei.

Two of the chip's front end modules which connect the phone to network signals and allows it to manage different radio frequencies are made in two separate American semiconductor firms. One is located in Massachusetts and the other in Greensboro, North Carolina.

Both will be affected by the ban.

The device's flash storage located at the back of the motherboard is made by a semiconductor company from Idaho called Micron Technologies.

Benchmark analysts estimate that 13 percent of the company's revenue comes from Huawei.

The P30 Pro's dynamic random access memory or DRAM is also foreign.

This piece of equipment is from South Korean component company, SK Hynix.

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Huawei blacklisted by U.S. government 2.

Huawei P30 Pro motherboard's RF transceivers and audio chip 3.

Huawei P30 Pro motherboard's front end modules 4.

Huawei P30 Pro motherboard's flash storage and dynamic random access memory VOICEOVER (in English): "Chinese tech company, Huawei, was blacklisted by the U.S. government last Monday.

The tech company — as do most tech corporations — depends heavily on foreign components." "Huawei's P30 Pro motherboard is an example of this.

According to BBC, only two components from the motherboard are Chinese, its RF transceivers and audio chip.

Both are made by HiSilicon, which is owned by Huawei." "Two of the chip's front end modules which connect the phone to network signals and allows it to manage different radio frequencies are made in two separate American semiconductor firms. One is located in Massachusetts and the other in Greensboro, North Carolina.

Both will be affected by the ban." "The device's flash storage located at the back of the motherboard is made by a semiconductor company from Idaho called Micron Technologies.

Benchmark analysts estimate that 13 percent of the company's revenue comes from Huawei." "The P30 Pro's dynamic random access memory or DRAM is also foreign.

This piece of equipment is from South Korean component company, SK Hynix." SOURCES: BBC, Fortune, The Verge, Investopedia, Tech Radar https://bbc.in/2Enx2oX https://bit.ly/2HKpAVA https://bit.ly/2WTEfEs https://bit.ly/2VICybk https://www.techradar.com/news/huawei-android-ban-temporarily-lifted-but-its-still-not-good-news-for-the-brand *** For story suggestions please contact [email protected]tion.com.tw For technical and editorial support, please contact: Asia: +61 2 93 73 1841 Europe: +44 20 7542 7599 Americas and Latam: +1 800 738 8377



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