Semiconductor, services and software firm Qualcomm has signed an agreement with Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies to settle a pending payment, as well as a new long-term global patent licensing deal.
Taiwanese semiconductor firm Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company says it has stopped processing orders from Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies following the US imposition of restrictions in May that make it illegal to supply product to a company that is on an American blacklist unless it obtains a licence.
If we are to believe the excuse being trotted out by the UK for changing its stance on the use of gear from Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies in its 5G networks, then semiconductors made by one company are not as safe as those made by another company – though they are all made to the same specs.
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