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Maxlinear lowers Q2 revenue outlook on Huawei ban

Tuesday 4 June 2019 | 16:03 CET | News
MaxLinear has cut its financial guidance for the second quarter on the back of the US government blocking business with Huawei. The chipmaker said Huawei was expected to be a growing customer of multiple newer products for network equipment. 

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