The Trump administration’s latest trade restrictions on Huawei Technologies further complicates the company’s efforts to find an alternative supplier of chips for its smartphones and telecommunications equipment. Photo: AP The Trump administration’s latest trade restrictions on Huawei Technologies further complicates the company’s efforts to find an alternative supplier of chips for its smartphones and telecommunications equipment. Photo: AP
The Trump administration’s latest trade restrictions on Huawei Technologies further complicates the company’s efforts to find an alternative supplier of chips for its smartphones and telecommunications equipment. Photo: AP

TSMC keeps mum over Huawei licence amid rising demand for chips on 5G smartphones, mobile networks

  • TSMC’s chief executive described as ‘unfounded’ recent reports that the company was granted a licence by the US government to continue supplying chips to Huawei
  • The world’s largest dedicated chip foundry has been the contract chip maker for HiSilicon, Huawei’s semiconductor design unit

Topic |   Semiconductors
The Trump administration’s latest trade restrictions on Huawei Technologies further complicates the company’s efforts to find an alternative supplier of chips for its smartphones and telecommunications equipment. Photo: AP The Trump administration’s latest trade restrictions on Huawei Technologies further complicates the company’s efforts to find an alternative supplier of chips for its smartphones and telecommunications equipment. Photo: AP
The Trump administration’s latest trade restrictions on Huawei Technologies further complicates the company’s efforts to find an alternative supplier of chips for its smartphones and telecommunications equipment. Photo: AP
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