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US chip makers Intel, Qualcomm, and Broadcom have suspended their dealings with Huawei in compliance with a US government decision to include the Chinese company on its blacklist, Bloomberg reported Monday.
The suspension of Intel, Qualcomm, and Broadcom with Huawei will take effect immediately, hours after Google stopped its operations, which require the transfer of hardware and software products with the company, except those covered by open source licenses.
According to Google's decision, Huawei will immediately lose access to Android operating system updates, and its future smartphones sold outside China will lose access to popular applications and services on Android, including Google Play Store,.
The war on Huawei seems not to be limited to US companies. Japanese newspaper Nikkei reported that the German chipmaker Infineon has also suspended shipments to Huawei.
Infineon's decision to stop deliveries was made after the US Commerce Department's decision last Thursday to require US companies to obtain a license to ship products to the Chinese company. The decision includes each foreign company using a certain amount of American technology in products sold to Huawei.

According to Bloomberg sources, employees of US chip makers told their companies that their companies would freeze their supply deals with Huawei until further notice. Intel Huawei is equipped with PC processors and servers, while Qualcomm Intel provides smartphones and processors.

According to a separate Bloomberg report, Huawei was preparing for such a decision. In the past, it has sought to reduce its dependence on chips from US companies. It has a special arm called HiSilicon, which develops smartphones and processors.

In terms of operating systems, Huawei Chief Executive Richard Yu said in a recent interview with German newspaper Die Welt that the company is working on alternative operating systems for Android and Windows, and has been working on the Android alternative since 2012.