BEIJING — U.S. chipmaking giant Nvidia has reportedly found a way to sell high-end chips to Chinese companies — while remaining compliant with U.S. rules aimed at curbing China's access to the ...
China's Star Market Daily, a media group tied to the state-backed Star Market, China's equivalent of the Nasdaq, also reported Nvidia's chip plans ... allowed Nvidia to sell its A800 and H800 ...
The U.S. government unveiled fresh restrictions on the sale of computing chips for artificial ... end user’ in China and Russia," Nvidia said, adding it doesn't sell products to customers ...
The US government banned the sale of Nvidia chips to China in 2023, but Chinese law does not state that it is illegal to buy and sell the chips inside the country. The universities and research ...
Nvidia is getting partners in North America and other regions set up to sell a tweaked version of the A800 GPU, an AI chip originally designed to sidestep U.S. export restrictions against China ...
That said, I'm optimistic about Nvidia's future, thanks to its solid market position, its focus on innovation, and the fact ...
Nvidia's advanced AI chips are still making it to China despite the US banning their ... the country's government has made plans to phase out US chips from some of its infrastructure, pulling ...
The Biden administration banned the use of equipment from China’s Huawei and ZTE over alleged national security concerns. Semiconductor stocks like Nvidia ... ban. Chip stock to sell: Advanced ...
Anshuman Tripathi believes US-based chip startup Cerebras Systems — which has raised over $700 million in funding to make ...