Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies is reportedly planning to lay off a large number of staff from its operations in the US due to its being placed on Washington;'s Entity List which prevents it from using American components unless specific permission is granted.
Global networking giant Cisco is cutting hundreds of full-time staff, with one employee saying on the Web forum thelayoff.com that his team was told about being sacked by the vice-president of the section.
The enterprise arm of the former Hewlett Packard is continuing to cut staff as it moves towards a merger of its software assets with British mainframe group Micro Focus announced in September.
The "Bully Boys" are still hard at it I see.
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