He said (Ren Zhengfei) Ren Zhengfei, founder of Huawei, in remarks announced Friday: The United States remains a beacon of technology that must be emulated. The company The Chinese are considering banning the products in the wake of the US actions against them.
The comments of the founder of Huawei were shared, in a letter to employees in June of last year, for the first time on the company’s message board, making it the first public word from the company since (Joe Biden) took over the presidency from (Donald Trump).
Huawei has remained largely silent about its prospects under the Biden administration, after being targeted by several rounds of sanctions under Trump, who said: its equipment poses a security risk, and the company denied this charge.
The Commerce Department told the semiconductor makers last week that it would deny or revoke licenses for companies, including chip maker Intel, to sell products to Huawei, people familiar with the matter told Reuters.
The message of the founder of Huawei said: The US actions have left Huawei in a state of great mismatch between our strategy and our capabilities, and the company must reassess some product lines, and consider dispensing with some products and non-productive employees.
The message was made public after the former Huawei sub-brand announced new supply partnerships with major chip companies, including Intel and Qualcomm, which had previously lost access to them due to US action against the parent company.
Huawei sold the Honor brand to a consortium of dealers and dealers in November in an effort to help it regain access to the chips.
Raine’s letter also said: While the company keeps its salary structure unchanged for the next three to five years, hundreds of top cadres have voluntarily cut their wages.
The letter did not specifically mention the Biden administration, although analysts said: The company needs a respite from Washington to revive the stalled 5G phone and infrastructure.
The founder of Huawei said: The United States remains the world’s beacon of technology, and we must learn all we can from advanced people.