Huawei laptop has been pulled out from its official online store. Microsoft took another step as a form of compliance with US government policies that put Huawei in the black list.
This week, the software giant has reportedly suspended cooperation with Huawei over the provision of Windows operating systems for laptops and other content services.
With the cessation of Windows supplies, Huawei laptops are also threatened to not to be able to use Windows operating system in the upcoming laptop products.
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Meanwhile, Huawei laptops that have been circulating in the market are still able to run Windows and get regular updates from Microsoft.
“This (license termination) does not mean that Microsoft is not cooperating with Huawei anymore. The suspension of business between these two companies could only be temporary,” a source told the South China Morning Post, as summarized by KompasTekno, Thursday (05/30/2019) .
Suspension of cooperation in providing Windows by Microsoft adds to the complicated problem of Huawei which has experienced similar things from various technology companies, from Google to ARM.
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As a blacklisted company called the entity list, Huawei may not buy US technology-based hardware or hardware without the US government’s permission. This might be a hindrance to Huawei’s growth, after it’s failing with a cellphone, Huawei tried expand its product list through laptop.
To overcome OS limitation problems for cellphones and laptops, it seems that Huawei is developing a homemade operating system which is planned to be able to run on a variety of devices, ranging from smartphones, PCs, to TVs and smart wear.