Taiwanese company suspends work with a Chinese company

Taiwanese semiconductor maker TSMC has suspended production of state-of-the-art silicon for Chinese startup Beren Technology to meet U.S. requirements.

Bloomberg, citing an informed source who asked not to be named, said the decision was due to publicly available information that Berrin products are superior to Nvidia Corp’s A100 chips, which are currently banned from the Chinese market.

Although TSMC has not yet concluded whether Beren products are subject to US restrictions, the Taiwanese chipmaker has decided to temporarily suspend shipments to the Chinese startup, the source said.

Source: Bloomberg

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