IT House, Sept. 10, according to Bloomberg, U.S. prosecutors charged Mao Bo, an associate professor at Xiamen University, with fraud on the 9th, accusing him of helping Huawei steal technology from a California start-up called CNEX Labs. Maobo reached an agreement with California CNEX Labs Technology to acquire the company's circuit board in the name of academic research, while a China Telecom group tried to access the technology through Maobo, according to court documents. According to people familiar with the matter, the group is Huawei and has court documents to prove it.
The report said the lawsuit was alleged by the Trump administration to punish Huawei
In response to allegations by the U.S. government and the prosecution, Huawei has accused the prosecution of the bias of its way of prosecution. Huawei, in a statement to Reuters, said that all allegations against the company were not sufficiently substantiated, and that the U. S. government agency was working together to discredit it in order to weaken its leadership in the industry.
Notably, in July, a U.S. Court jury found Huawei lost in a commercial case with CNEX Labs.
Yiren Huang and Alan Armstrong, former Huawei employees, co-founded CNEX Labs, a US chip design company, in 2013, which owns a memory control technology. Yiren Huang and CNEX were brought to court in 2017 for violating competition agreements and stealing trade secrets. The former then countered Huawei, saying Huawei
In an adjourned interview, CNEX co-founder Alan Armstrong made such remarks.