US puts export restrictions on US companies working on supercomputing with China

Monday 24 June 2019 | 09:44 CET | News
The US Commerce Department has imposed new export restrictions aimed at preventing China from gaining US technology for its supercomputing industry, the Wall Street Journal reported. The rules will effectively stop five major Chinese developers of next-generation, high-performance computing from obtaining US technology. Sugon of Beijin and three of its affiliates, as well as the Wuxi Jiangnan Institute of Computing Technology will will be affected by the new rules. They were determined the Commerce Department of "acting contrary to national security or foreign policy interests of the US. The

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Categories: General
Companies: Intel / Nvidia
Countries: China / United States
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