Recently, ZTE suffered a crisis in the us when the Department of Commerce issued a ban against USA companies purchasing devices or components from the state-owned Chinese company. The Chinese telecommunication giant risked losing its Android license after the US Department of Commerce banned it from using all technology based out of the US.
US President Donald Trump has signed a bill imposing a ban on government and government contractors' use of technology from Chinese firms Huawei and ZTE. However, two certainly are well know: Huawei Technologies Company and ZTE Corporation.
The export ban took effect earlier this year after United States officials caught ZTE selling technology to North Korea and Iran in violation of USA sanctions.
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In June, an amendment was passed by the US Senate that would have reinstated a trade ban on ZTE. As expected, the bill effectively bans the use of telecoms equipment or devices manufactured by ZTE or Huawei as well as a couple of Chinese OEMs.
The 2019 NDAA bill bans USA federal agencies from using anything from Huawei or ZTE that is a "substantial or essential component of any system", as well as any technology that is used to route or view user data. Effective immediately, ZTE and Huawei devices can not be used in components or services that are "essential" or "critical" to the system they're used in.
(B) For the objective of public safety, security of government facilities, physical security surveillance of critical infrastructure, and other national security purposes, video surveillance and telecommunications equipment produced by Hytera Communications Corporation, Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology Company, or Dahua Technology Company (or any subsidiary or affiliate of such entities). The NDAA, which was signed into law today, also allocates funding to companies that need to replace the newly-banned equipment. It does nothing to identify real security risks or improve supply chain security, and will only serve to stifle innovation while increasing internet costs for U.S. consumers and businesses.