Sprint was supposed to have cleared all of its Huawei equipment in 2013, but the House of Representatives claims it has not.
Broadcom CEO Hock Tan was welcomed by the president back in November for announcing that the company would move back to the US from Singapore.
The announcement may be intended to beat out the completion of a US government panel review of the Singaporean chipmaker's acquisition campaign for Qualcomm.
Broadcom calls out Qualcomm for requesting an investigation into its acquisition campaign. These are two of the largest chipmakers in the wireless and mobile sectors.
The Chinese phonemaker was found by the Commerce Department to be doing business with companies in Iran and North Korea, a sanctions no-no.