According to China Securities Network today, Intel has obtained a license to supply Huawei. Later, CBN asked Huawei for verification, and Huawei stated that the license obtained by Intel at the end of last year will not be affected by the two sanctions this year.
Recently, some media reported that Intel has obtained a license to supply Huawei. Tonight, the China Securities Journal asked Intel for verification, and Intel replied that it has obtained a license to supply Huawei. In response to this news, CBN stated that Intel was the first batch to obtain the license, but Huawei responded that the license obtained by Intel at the end of last year will not be affected by the two sanctions this year.
In addition, a source from a supply chain company disclosed to the China Securities Journal that Intel told the source that it has obtained a license to supply Huawei, so the supply chain company has continued to promote the Huawei notebook project. But it seems that the news conflicts with the news from China Business News.
Naijatechnews learned that AMD also announced last week that it had also obtained a license to supply banned companies.
On the 19th, according to a foreign media TechGenyz report, at the Deutsche Bank Virtual Technology Conference, Forrest Norrod, senior vice president and general manager of the data center and embedded division of AMD Certain companies in the list (Huawei) sell licenses for their products, so the US ban on China (Huawei ban) will not have a significant impact on AMD’s business.
It is worth mentioning that Norrod did not disclose the name of the “company” that obtained the qualification at the time, and “Huawei” was the specific information that was later released by some media.
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