Friday, 23 April 2021

A lifeline for Huawei as US may grant chip suppliers licences

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Thursday 29 October 20

The US sanctions earlier this year were a potentially lethal blow Huawei’s chip supply chain, but sources suggest that the US could be relenting, offering licences to chip makers to ship to Huawei so long as they do not supply equipment for 5G

A ray of light burst through Huawei’s troubled sky earlier today, with reports that the US may be preparing to grant semiconductor companies the licences they need to supply Huawei – provided that equipment is not related to 5G.   Anonymous sources from within the Asian semiconductor industry told the Financial Times that they are optimistic about their prospects in acquiring a licence from the US Department of Commerce…

A ray of light burst through Huawei’s troubled sky earlier today, with reports that the US may be preparing to grant semiconductor companies the licences they need to supply Huawei – provided that equipment is not related to 5G.   Anonymous sources from within the Asian semiconductor industry told the Financial Times that they are optimistic about their prospects in acquiring a licence from the US Department of Commerce…

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