Intel ends 5G partnership with Chinese government-linked chip maker Unisoc, citing ‘business’ reasons

//Intel ends 5G partnership with Chinese government-linked chip maker Unisoc, citing ‘business’ reasons

Intel ends 5G partnership with Chinese government-linked chip maker Unisoc, citing ‘business’ reasons

US chip giant Intel said it has ended a partnership to share its latest 5G modem technology with Chinese mobile chip maker Unisoc, a core subsidiary of state-linked Tsinghua Unigroup, at a time when trade and technology rivalry between the world’s two-biggest economies is heating up.Intel said in a statement that the companies had “decided to mutually end the partnership, which was strictly a business decision”. A call to Unisoc’s media relations team in Shanghai went unanswered.The ending of…

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