Monday, 08 March 2021

Qualcomm seeks licence to sell 5G chips to Huawei

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Monday 10 August 20

The US government’s export ban could cut both ways, with the Chinese vendor being forced to spend billions on an alternative supply chain – and Qualcomm does not want to miss out

When the Trump administration increased its sanctions against Huawei back in May, it was immediately clear that this would be a huge blow to the Chinese vendor. No longer able to use components from US companies, Huawei will be forced to look elsewhere for its semiconductor needs…

When the Trump administration increased its sanctions against Huawei back in May, it was immediately clear that this would be a huge blow to the Chinese vendor. No longer able to use components from US companies, Huawei will be forced to look elsewhere for its semiconductor needs…

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