According to foreign media reports, at the Deutsche Bank Technology Conference today, Forrest Norrod, senior vice president of the US processor giant AMD and general manager of the data center and embedded division business, revealed that the company has obtained a license to supply Huawei, and it is not expected to The US “Huawei ban” has a significant impact on AMD’s business .
Forrest Norrod emphasized that it will be 100% committed to complying with US laws and has taken appropriate measures to ensure that AMD manages the list of entities and interactions with customers or potential customers.
This is the first supplier that publicly stated that it has obtained a license after the “Huawei ban” came into effect on September 15. After September 15th, Samsung, MediaTek, Sony and many other manufacturers confirmed that they would stop supplying to Huawei before September 15. Micron Technology and other companies that have previously obtained export licenses from the US government have also stopped supplying Huawei.
Prior to this, manufacturers including Intel, Micron Technology, South Korea’s Samsung, SK Hynix, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., MediaTek, and China SMIC have all disclosed that they have submitted license applications to the US Department of Commerce to continue to supply Huawei.
However, some manufacturers and industry experts who apply for the license believe that there is little hope of passing the application.
AMD is one of Huawei’s notebook processor suppliers, and its Ryzen series CPU has been adopted by many Huawei notebooks.
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