Sunday phone company Huawei Technologies Co remains committed to putting pressure from the United States, after some US industry standards have temporarily limited the Chinese company's participation, and points to the potential impact of the movement on its business and bursting of the body's unfair decisions.
The decision of two US organizations dealt with another setback for Huawei, as US officials continued to blow up the fight against the Chinese company as part of a trade and technology law that Washington has done with China. The move, however, is expected to have a very limited impact on Huawei, which has shown strong resolve to stand up to what many people call US bullying and inspired many people, not only in China but worldwide.
The Wi-Fi Alliance, a technology company consortium that sets wireless technology standards, has temporarily limited Huawei's participation in the group's activities, which it said were covered by a US ban on the company, according to several US media.
The SD Association, which develops standards for memory cards, has also limited Huawei, saying it was in line with US officials' orders, Nikkei Asian Review reported Friday. Also, JEDEC, a group that sets standards for semiconductors, also suspended Huawei's participation, the report reported.
In a long statement on Sunday, Huawei failed the impact of the decisions on his business. It also criticized the industry group's lack of fair and non-discriminatory principles and emphasized its own contribution to global industrial groups.
"Current and future Huawei products and services will not be affected by some organizations and their actions that violate the principles of openness, transparency, impartiality and non-discrimination," Huawei said in the statement it sent to the Global Times.
It is further noted that standards and industry bodies should not limit, suspend or terminate the rights of any member who complies with their rules. "They must not hinder cooperation and contributions from global industry players to open standards because of the country's, organization's or individual's political motivation."
Although the temporary restrictions may carry Huawei from meetings and other activities, they will have a very limited impact on the company's business because standards set by these organizations are open, according to analysts.
"We can say that there is no short-term impact. If Huawei were to be banned in the long term, it might have less to say in setting industry standards," said Fu Liang, a veteran telecoms industry analyst while he notes that These are just several of the hundreds of Huawei groups in.
Huawei has joined more than 400 standards, industry and other organizations, and has delivered a total of 60,000 proposals over the years, the company said in the statement on Sunday. 1[ads1]9659002] Huawei is now industry partners in setting global standards in 5G, and Huawei has already eliminated products that use the SD Association's standards as MicroSD, said Mei Xinyu, a researcher at the Chinese Academy of International Trade and Economic Cooperation.
"How much damage could cause (SD) by suspending Huawei's membership? "Mei asked rhetorically and noted that these organizations could also miss the huge Chinese market if they joined Huawei.
" If there are any member companies in those organizations that cause problems in this situation, we can drive them out of the world's largest Smartphone market, "he said.
In light of the Huawei situation, Chinese officials have also pledged to take the necessary steps to protect the legitimate rights and interests of Chinese companies.
Although some US officials have shown willingness To drive the Huawei out of high-State's 5G races through state power, US President Donald Trump has also indicated that Huawei is merely a negotiating chip in the Chinese and US trade wars, saying the Huawei case could be part of a trade pact.  But many in China are still convinced that the United States is not just for a Chinese company, but China's right to economic prosperity and technology innovations, and that Huawei and the country must prepare for a long-term struggle.