If you’re reading this, you probably don’t need to be reminded that Huawei is having a terrible month.
After being added to the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Entity List, U.S.-based companies began dropping Huawei and Honor left and right. Google was one of the first companies to openly suspend business operations with Huawei. Intel, Qualcomm (unofficially), Arm, the SD Association, and the Wi-Fi Alliance all followed suit, putting Huawei in an extremely tough spot.
The Chinese tech company has had a plan B in the works for years, but there’s no telling if or when that will ever come into fruition.
One question we need to ask: Does Huawei deserve any of this? Should Huawei be barred from working with any U.S. companies going forward, or is all of this an overreaction? Cast your vote in the poll below, and be sure to speak up in the comments if you have anything to add.