Intel receives permission from U.S to continue supplies to Huawei

Intel has received a license from the U.S to continue the chipsets and some product supply to Huawei, a report from Reuters.

From 15 September 2020, the U.S govt. banned companies from supplying chipsets, display panels, and key components to Huawei. This is an extension of the curbs posted last year in May 2019.



The U.S has done all these to destroy the Chinese tech giant. It completely cut off supplies to Chinese tech giant with electronic components using U.S technology.

In 2019, before the chip ban, Huawei became the No. 1 smartphone seller with over 200 million units worldwide.

Many chipmakers such as Macronix, Micron, and SK Hynix have joined Qualcomm and Samsung. According to Beijing News, China’s largest chip fab, Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation (SMIC), has applied for the US for permission to supply chips to Huawei.

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