Semiconductors are the cornerstone technology of the information age. These tiny electronic devices, usually smaller than a postage stamp, power the modern economy by acting as data-processing brains for products, from smartphones to cars and spacecraft.
With competition throwing up market barriers, industry players in Hong Kong and around the world must do their best to keep lines of international communication as open as possible.
Deputy general manager of Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding says domestic and global suppliers should choose Shanghai for R&D and production to create a complete supply chain.
Nvidia is working closely with the US government to ensure new chips for the Chinese market are compliant with export curbs, CEO Jensen Huang said on Wednesday.
Hong Kong’s push to boost local advanced manufacturing is gaining traction, according to government officials, as the Asian financial centre endeavours to diversify its economy.
Shanghai names 40 tech champions as city continues to bolster tech credentials amid central government support for strategic sectors.
Only about three-quarters of China’s population has internet access, but a new infrastructure drive aims to make connecting to a ‘unified’ network as easy as getting water from the tap or flipping a light switch.
Nvidia will build a network of semiconductor plants in Japan in partnership with the country’s companies to meet demand for graphic chips used in artificial intelligence projects, chief executive Jensen Huang said.
Border dispute between Asian giants coupled with economic deals involving Taipei have fuelled quiet shift in New Delhi’s posture.
Gina Raimondo urged lawmakers, Silicon Valley and US allies to stop the Asian superpower from accessing advanced chips and other top technologies.
SpinQ’s QPU chip is a sign of successful venture into standardised mass production of the tech.
Jensen Huang also reaffirms Nvidia’s commitment to China, saying that the company is working on products that will not trigger US restrictions.
A leading Chinese semiconductor company has made the country’s first new-generation mobile memory chips, achieving key progress in catching up with foreign rivals.
The company also released new versions of its home-grown chips, including one designed for AI applications, and deepened its relationship with Nvidia.
It’s been one year since the public release of ChatGPT, kick-starting an AI race that is commanding vast resources by Chinese firms looking to cash in on ‘frontier tech’.
VMware sent a letter to employees saying Broadcom would start discussions this week on options for joining the semiconductor giant.
Hours before Beijing is to launch international expo featuring tech giants like Tesla and Apple, Joe Biden unveils White House ‘resilience council’.
The company says it reached the milestone in the second quarter, with most devices sold outside China.
Chinese server maker H3C Technologies will cut the pay of its mid-to-senior-level employees by up to 20 per cent, as the impact of US tech sanctions spreads to the digital infrastructure market.
British graphics processing unit maker Graphcore, once seen as a potential Nvidia rival, said all of its top-line products fall under Washington’s new export rules.
Baidu has a stockpile of advanced artificial intelligence chips to soften the short-term impact of US export curbs, the Chinese tech giant said as it forecast increased AI revenues in its third-quarter results.
The semiconductor giant expects sales to China and other US-restricted destinations to ‘decline significantly’ in the fourth quarter.
The US needs to guard against the dangers of China’s technological rise and an ‘industrial espionage strategy with global reach’, according to a report by the former Alphabet chairman’s think tank.
The combination of the US chip maker and cloud software company is one of the biggest technology mergers ever.
Nvidia has removed information about its RXT 4090 gaming card, one of the most popular among video game players, from its official Chinese website, raising supply concerns among local users.
Makers of advanced semiconductors are awaiting US$52 billion in incentives to help American companies ‘win the race for the 21st century’ against China.
Code-named Tigris, the project aimed to create an AI-focused chip company that could produce semiconductors rivalling those from Nvidia, sources say.