Huawei Technologies’ quarterly revenue shrank for the first time on record, reflecting the devastating impact of US sanctions on China’s largest technology company.
He may not be the leader of the free world, but Pat Gelsinger has just put himself at the helm of the Great American Revival amid a technology cold war that the US is paranoid it will lose.
When Samsung Electronics says there is a “serious imbalance in supply and demand” for chips, there can be little doubt that we are dealing with a severe semiconductor shortage.
Huawei Technologies will begin charging mobile giants like Apple a “reasonable” fee for access to its trove of wireless 5G patents, potentially creating a lucrative revenue source.
Qualcomm is struggling to keep up with demand for its processor chips used in smartphones and gadgets, as a chip shortage that first hit the car industry spreads across the electronics business, sources said.
Qualcomm has received a licence from the US government to sell 4G mobile phone chips to China’s Huawei, an exemption to US trade restrictions imposed amid rising tensions with China.