US Government Restricts AMD and Nvidia from Selling Advanced AI Chips to China
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The US government restricts AMD and Nvidia from selling advanced AI chips to China under the new license requirements. 

Nvidia confirmed the new rules in a document, which will restrict GPU sales to China. This includes Nvidia’s A100 and A100X GPUs, as well as its forthcoming H100 chips. AMD also falls under this restriction with M1200-series chips that surpass the current silicon in terms of performance metrics.

The newest restrictions are aimed at preventing China from accessing US encryption, while still ensuring that they have access to it.

Reuters reports suggest the restrictions are not going well with China. As the move, made by the United States, undermines China’s right to operate as it threatens the stability of industries in China and globally.

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