Major U.S. chipmakers—including Intel, Qualcomm, Xilinx and Broadcom—will stop supplying Huawei with chips following the Trump administration’s blacklisting of the Chinese tech giant on Friday. The U.S. has the strongest semiconductor market in the world, and limiting Huawei’s access will likely hurt it across its many business segments, including its part in rolling out China’s next-generation...
Trump Administration Cuts Off Huawei’s Access to U.S. Chips
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