US weighs further restrictions on chip exports to China

US semiconductor manufacturers such as Nvidia and AMD will face new controls on exports of their chips to China, with the US Department of Commerce set to announce the restrictions as early as July, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.

In 2022, after the US placed new restrictions on exports to China of chips used in AI systems, Nvidia said it would offer a new export-compliant advanced A800 chip to the country, in addition to making changes to its H100 so that it would also comply with the changes to regulations.

However, new restrictions could see…

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