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China’s AI chips and equipment contain numerous opportunities in 2024 under the background of supply chain reconstruction
Computing performance has been moderated compared with what was previously sold in the key market
360 Security has purchased about 1,000 AI chips from Huawei in a shift away from Nvidia
US chip giant Intel plans to introduce a downgraded version of the Gaudi 2 chip to meet the latest export restrictions, ensuring shipments to China remain unaffected, reported Digitimes on November 7.
US curbs on the sales of AI chips by Nvidia to China are creating an opening for Huawei to win market share
Chinese maker of flexible printed circuit boards Hongxin Electronics (弘信电子), signed a purchase agreement with Enflame Technology (燧原科技) to buy a certain number of artificial intelligence accelerator cards.
Chinese AI tech giant iFlytek said it uses Huawei Ascend 910B AI chip for computing and considers the chip has reached the benchmark of Nvidia A100. The two companies have worked together on AI since early 2023.
The upgraded US curbs on AI chip exports will accelerate the comprehensive breakthrough of the Chinese AI chip industry chain
The new restrictions on advanced AI chips to China implemented by the US will not affect Nvidia in the short term
Several Chinese chip companies issued a statement expressing “strong opposition” to the US new AI chip restriction
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