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The U.S. Huawei ban continues to make shockwaves that affect not only the Chinese company but the supply chain, retailers, and even consumers. The post The latest in Huawei: TSMC, memory chips, SD cards appeared first on Pocketnow. Read More »
121 Days Ago The effects of the United States’ Huawei ban continue to grow, with the Chinese hardware company now barred from being a member of the SD Association (the trade group that agrees upon standardized specs for SD and microSD cards).
121 Days Ago Soon after being placed on the Entity list, bad news for Huawei just keeps piling up and starting to go in interesting directions. Starting May 23rd, Huawei can no longer make SD cards or even put a microSD card slot into its devices.
117 Days Ago The Huawei HiSilicon chip division is ramping up its 7nm chip orders with TSMC in order to ensure there are enough components for the P30 series.
120 Days Ago Things just keep getting worse for Huawei. The company was barred from being a member of the SD Association (SDA), the trade group responsible for standardizing SD and microSD cards.
117 Days Ago Huawei's HiSilicon has been ramping up 7nm chip orders placed with foundry partner TSMC to ensure adequate supply for Huawei's flagship P30 series smartphones through at least the end of this year, according to industry sources.
121 Days Ago TSMC continues fulfilling chip orders placed by Huawei and will maintain its supply to the China-based customer, according to the pure-play foundry, which also has reiterated its revenue forecast for 2019 of only slight growth.
121 Days Ago On May 22nd, British chip designer ARM, following the footsteps of many U.S. tech giants, severed its ties with Huawei, leaving the Shenzhen-based company’s future ARM processor development plans in limbo.
122 Days Ago Update 1: 2019/05/23 2:09am PDT The company has issued the below statement to The Verge: “ARM is complying with the latest restrictions set forth by the US government and is having ongoing conversations with the appropriate Update 2: 2019/05/23 11:29am PDT Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, the group that produces the ARM-based Kirin processors for Huawei, believes that it can continue doing business with the company.