On the same day, the 澎湃 journalist saw on the official website of the WiFi Alliance.HuaweiThe company has a list of members of the alliance.
WiFi Alliance official website restores Huawei membership
According to foreign media reports on May 24, the WiFi Alliance said earlier that "the WiFi Alliance fully complies with the recent orders of the US Department of Commerce, but it does not revoke Huawei's technology membership. The WiFi Alliance temporarily restricts Huawei's participation in the WiFi Alliance covered by the project. activity."
It is reported that the WiFi Alliance is called the International WiFi Alliance. It was established in 1999 and is responsible for WiFi authentication and trademark licensing. The main purpose is to set wireless technology standards on a global scale, and to implement compatible certification and trademark authorization for WiFi products. At present, there are more than 800 members in the alliance, and Intel, Qualcomm, Broadcom and Apple are all members. WiFi is also one of the most widely used wireless technologies in the world.
In addition to WiFi, a widely used wireless connection technology, Bluetooth technology is also very popular in consumer electronics, the most common being Bluetooth headsets.
It is understood that the Bluetooth SIG (Bluetooth Technology Alliance), which previously approved and certified all Bluetooth devices, also suspended Huawei membership.
Bluetooth organization resumes Huawei membership
On May 29th, the cricket journalist saw from the official website of the Bluetooth Technology Alliance that Huawei reappeared on its member list.
According to the data, Bluetooth technology originated from Ericsson. In 1999, led by Ericsson, combined with IBM, Intel,Microsoft, Motorola, Nokia andToshibaThe company launched the Bluetooth SIG and is headquartered in Washington, DC. In addition to its founding members, the Bluetooth Alliance also has "more than 200 affiliate companies and approximately 6,000 application member companies."
JEDEC Association resumes Huawei membership
More than that.
On May 29, the cricket journalist saw on the JEDEC official website that Huawei has re-established membership in the JEDEC Association.
According to a report on the Nikkei Asia Review on May 24, a JEDEC spokesperson said: "On May 17, 2019, Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. informed JEDEC that it has decided to voluntarily suspend its membership in JEDEC until the US government The order was cancelled."
JEDEC (Solid State Technology Association) was founded in 1958 as part of the Electronic Industry Association (EIA) to set standards for the emerging semiconductor industry. In 1999, JEDEC became an independent association. The development of voluntary standards that promote openness, accessibility, and speedy completion remains the core business of JEDEC. The JEDEC committee leads industry standards development in a wide range of technical areas, including joint standards with other organizations. JEDEC has nearly 300 member companies, including almost all of the top 100 companies in the industry.
These multinational industry standards organizations originally held a technically neutral position. However, after the US Department of Commerce listed Huawei in the “entity list” on May 15, it quickly announced the suspension of Huawei membership.
A person familiar with the matter told reporters that after the US Department of Commerce ordered it, the emergency response of each association was to suspend Huawei membership, and the relevant situation would be sorted out to ensure that there would be no problem and Huawei membership would be resumed.
According to the data disclosed by Huawei's annual report, Huawei has joined more than 400 standards organizations, industry alliances, and open source communities, and has served in more than 400 important positions. In 2018, Huawei submitted more than 5,000 standard proposals and submitted nearly 60,000 articles.