Huawei said on Sunday that the company’s current products and services would not be affected by restrictions on participating in alliances with several global standard setters.

“Huawei will continue actively participating in related standard and industrial organizations and build a benign, fair, open, and sustainable industrial ecosystem,” said the company in a statement (in Chinese).

The Wi-Fi Alliance, which sets the standards for wireless technology whose members include Apple, Qualcomm, Broadcom, and Intel, said last week that it had “temporarily restricted” Huawei’s participation in activities in compliance with the US government’s blacklisting , according to Nikkei Asian Review. The US government placed Huawei on a trade blacklist that bans the transfer of US technology to the Chinese company without a license on the grounds of national security.

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Wei Sheng

Wei Sheng is a Beijing-based reporter covering hardware, smartphone, and telecommunications, along with regulations and policies related to the China tech scene. Before joining TechNode, he wrote about...