Construction cranes at Huawei’s headquarters already expand the massive fax-European campus that Walt Disney would envy, as well as an in-house “university” that trains a growing global workforce of Chinese telecommunications giants .
If the United States expects the company to stop in its tracks, it has not happened yet.
A significant effort by the US is an attempt to block supply Semiconductors For a company it considers it as a security risk Huawei Officers and employees who spoke of the spirit of “crisis” in and around the huge Chinese campus in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen.
But despite Washington’s now 18-month campaign – and the current coronovirus epidemic – staffing and the company’s larger ambitions are growing.
The new US pressure has “naturally given rise to some concerns”, said Huawei University Deputy Director, Ryan Liu.
“But I have worked for Huawei for many years and we are confident that the company will take us on the right path.”
US Department of Commerce said it was Friday Tight Attempts to deny Huawei access to global semiconductor supplies.
Huawei said on Monday that the move would disrupt the world supply chain and to threaten “Survival” of the company.
“If the sentiment of the ruling is followed, it will have a major impact on Huawei,” said Kelsey Broderick, an Eurasia Group consulting analyst.
He said Huawei has the lowest capacity to find home garden replacement chips.
But Washington has repeatedly given leeway to earlier restrictions on Huawei, and the American may face opposition from American and foreign chipmakers who will suddenly lose orders from Huawei.
“Some questions remain as to how strict both the ruling and enforcement will be,” Broderick said.
Huawei – a major presence in Shenzhen, headquartered for several giant Chinese tech titans — a business-as-usual front.
Since company executives say Washington exited the firm as a proxy target in the broader US-China trade conflict that began in late 2018, its global staff has now grown from 180,000 to 194,000.
It announced a 19 percent increase in its global businesses in 2019, despite the pressure.
The elaborate “European Village” complex, housing 25,000 employees, is spread around a lake, connected by red and orange trains that stop at stations including “Paris”, “Bologna” and “Heidelberg”, each in the plaza. And the architecture remembers those cities.
Eleven such themed zones are over and another is being built.
Meanwhile, Huawei University will move to new and larger European-style facilities in August.
Washington fears that China may use Huawei Telecom Worldwide networking systems for espionage or cyber-sabotage.
The company hopes to become a global leader in the coming fifth generation, or 5G, Wireless networks, and Washington have lobbied other countries to isolate their devices over potential security risks.
But current chairman Guo Ping said that this week the US is motivated by fears of Chinese companies losing their technological edge, and Huawei officials have consistently said that Washington’s threats make it stronger.
‘I’m more proud’
Semiconductor interrupt will similarly fuel Huawei chip unit Of HiSilicon Efforts to develop own supply.
“This challenge will add to the sense of crisis, but our answer is to do our job properly, and be confident that hard work will pay off,” Liu said.
Huawei University closed 40 of its physical classes Coronavirus The explosion occurred in late January.
But in-class classes resumed again in May, after turning to online courses for employees in China, Africa, Europe and elsewhere.
The course includes a high-tech subject, management and a two-week new employee “boot camp” – complete with morning calisthenics – to handle further work pressures on corporate culture.
Liu said classes are now busy rather than handling demand from closures, Liu said.
The content of the new curriculum includes understanding and dealing with the mental stress of American pressure.
“The world is full of uncertainty now and we need to adjust our mindset,” Liu said.
Zhu Anaran, 36, for the Construction and Infrastructure Division, said American pressure is on his partner’s lips.
But he had no concerns about joining Huawei.
“As a Chinese, I feel more proud to be involved in such a venture as Huawei.”