PC maker Dell has decided to stop sourcing the chips used in its products from China before the end of 2024.
As Nikkei Asia reports(Opens in a new window), according to three people with direct knowledge of the matter, the decision is in response to ongoing tensions between the US and China. On top of that, US sanctions limit China's access to the latest semiconductor manufacturing hardware and create an uncertain future for the technology sector in the country.
Dell's aim to no longer source chips from within China extends to its suppliers, who the company is urging to "significantly reduce" the components they source from China, too. If they don't, they could lose orders from Dell.
From PC Magazine
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