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Intel's 5G modem alliance with Beijing-backed chipmaker ends

Unisoc loses tech partnership in new blow to China's chip ambitions

Intel has ended its partnership with China's No. 2 chipmaker, a year after it announced the collaboration.
Intel has ended its partnership with China's No. 2 chipmaker, a year after it announced the collaboration.   © Reuters

BARCELONA, Spain -- Intel's partnership to share its latest 5G modem chips with China's second largest mobile chipmaker has ended amid concerns that the technology transfer could cause problems in Washington, sources have told Nikkei Asian Review.

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