Tag Archives: Intel

Qualcomm Executive Confirms That He Is Sending Chips To Huawei

Labeled as a threat to national security in the States, Huawei has been included in the List of Entities of the US Department of Commerce. Mid-May As a result, the Chinese manufacturer was unable to access its US supply chain. Since it cost him the opportunity to overtake Samsung to become the largest phone manufacturer… Read More »

Huawei Off The Table During US-China Trade Talks

In mid-May, the US Department of Commerce included the Chinese phone manufacturer Huawei in the entity list and banned it in its US supply chain. Although this was done for security purposes (Huawei is considered a threat to national security in the US because the Chinese communist government could ask it to gather information), it… Read More »

Huawei Mate 30 And Mate 30 Pro Will Be Unveiled On September 19th

Huawei went to its official Twitter account today to announce that it will present the Mate 30 series on September 19th. We recently told you that software development president Wang Chenglu had leaked that date on Hi-tech.mail. Mate 30 Pro will be the manufacturer’s most advanced non-folding phone launched this year and, under normal circumstances,… Read More »

The US Remains Stuck In The Release Of Special Licenses That Allow Companies To Supply Huawei

On May 16, Huawei was included in the list of entities of the US Department of Commerce. This means that US companies that sell parts and software to the Chinese manufacturer cannot do so without receiving a license from the US government. Immediately, companies like Google, Qualcomm, Intel, and Micron stated that they had established… Read More »

Apple Purchases Intel’s Smartphone Modem Business

Apple will secure “the majority” of Intel’s smartphone modem business for $1 billion, the two companies  declared today. Around 2,200 Intel workers will join Apple, and Apple will obtain IP and hardware from Intel also. The exchange is required to close around the year’s end. Intel won’t be getting out of the modem business completely.… Read More »

Huawei’s US Suppliers Will Meet Today At The White House

Huawei remains on the US entity list of the commerce department, which means US technology companies still need a license from the government before they can sell software and components to the Chinese manufacturer. And although it has been three weeks since President Donald Trump said: “U.S. companies can sell their equipment to Huawei. We’re… Read More »

DOJ Asks The Court To Freeze The Decision Against Qualcomm’s Commercial Practices

In January, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) brought chipmaker Qualcomm to court. It’s business practices, from its “no license, no chip” policy, to its refusal to license standard-essential patents, to the use of a phone’s retail price to calculate royalties, were on trial. And in May, the decision of Judge Lucy Koh ruled in favor… Read More »

US Companies Could Re-Start Sending Supplies To Huawei Very Soon

Because Huawei has been included in the list of entities of the US Commerce Department. In mid-May, the company was unable to access its supply chain in the country officially. Resulting companies like Google, Intel, Qualcomm, UK-based ARM group (which use American technology in some of their chip projects) and other companies have ties to… Read More »

US Companies Find A Way To Avoid Huawei Ban, The Trump Administration Is Divided On What To Do

Yesterday we told you that the American chip maker Micron Technologies did some research and found that it could legally ship some of its products to Huawei. The latter is prohibited from obtaining parts and software from the U.S. However, companies can send chips to Huawei as long as the US parties do not represent… Read More »

5 Chinese Supercomputer Companies Blacklisted by US Over Security Fears

The US is blacklisting 5 Chinese organizations engaged with supercomputing with military-related applications, referring to national security as a justification for denying its Asian geopolitical opponent access to critical US technology. The move Friday by the US Commerce Department could confound talks next week between President Donald Trump and his Chinese partner, Xi Jinping, aimed… Read More »

Huawei Has Shipped 100 Million Phones In 2019

After shipping 206 million smartphones last year and half of them sent from China, Huawei delivered 59 million units in the first quarter of this year. This was 50.3% a year and put Huawei ahead of Apple and only Samsung in the world rankings. The company was eventually gaining momentum, as it seemed to be… Read More »

A rumored deal could do much for the development of Apple’s modem chips

Apple has to protect the 5G modem chips for the iPhone and the surprise deal with Qualcomm which offers Apple a multi-year chip supply agreement with the chip maker. Apple has already bitten the hand that feeds it once when it testified against Qualcomm’s controversial chip-selling practices against Korea’s FTC. At that time, Apple was… Read More »

US actions against Huawei could delay the global release of 5G

Obviously, putting Huawei in the list of entities in the Department of Commerce was designed to punish Huawei (some point out that it also affects US companies like Google, Qualcomm, Intel, Synopsys, and Cadence Design Systems), but it also has an effect on the global release of 5G. First, let’s take a step back. The… Read More »