China bans Micron chips in key infrastructure over 'national security' risks

Posted on AllSides May 21st, 2023
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China has banned some sales of Micron products after launching a probe into the American memory chip giant for cybersecurity risks in early April. The decision is widely seen as part of the tic-for-tac in the ongoing U.S.-China economic competition, which has started to upend a deeply intertwined global tech supply chain. Last year, the U.S. added China state-backed memory chip maker Yangtze Memory Technologies Corporation to the entity list, barring U.S. companies from supplying it without approval. The U.S. has also restricted Nvidia from exporting H100, its state-of-the-art GPU...

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