Microsoft has removed Huawei Technologies from one of its websites offering cloud gear, a week after the US government blacklisted the Chinese company. The world’s largest software maker still will not comment on whether it is rescinding Huawei’s licence to use the Windows operating system. On the Azure Stack product website, Huawei’s logo is still present on the main page but the company and its offerings have been removed from the product catalogue. Huawei is one of several hardware vendors that make servers and equipment for Microsoft’s Azure Stack product, which helps companies run software applications on either a hybrid cloud service or in their own data centres. The catalogue shows customers what servers and other hardware are available and compatible with Azure Stack. Trump’s war on Huawei: time for Asia to panic? Don’t ask Google Microsoft spokesman Frank Shaw has declined to discuss what actions Microsoft will take to comply with US restrictions on Huawei and he could not be immediately reached to comment on the catalogue change. Investors and industry expects have been watching closely to see how US technology companies alter their relationships with Huawei to comply with the directive and what impact those changes will have on both the Chinese company and its partners. Chipmakers including Intel, Qualcomm and Broadcom have told their employees they will not supply Huawei until further notice, according to people familiar with their actions. Alphabet Inc.’s Google will not supply crucial software to future Huawei smartphones.