Huawei to pull server, networking and storage products from UK enterprise portfolio

Doug Woodburn
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Move to pull server, networking and storage gear from UK shelves connected to Trump pressure

Huawei is rationalising its Enterprise Business Group (EBG) product portfolio in the UK - with the loss of up to 20 jobs. The move will see the Chinese networking giant cease taking all orders on the affected products - understood to include networking, storage and server gear - by 31 December 2020. A company representative conceded that mounting pressure placed on Huawei by the US administration "had some impact" in its decision, "but was not a clinching factor". "Our Enterprise Bus...

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