Nvidia seeks to maintain chip relationship with China despite US export ban

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By Millie Turner Nvidia, one of the largest American chipmakers, has sought to maintain its trade relationship with China despite the US’ export ban with a new graphics chip. The company has started production on a computer processor for China, known as A800 GPU, which abides by the new rules that aim to limit the country’s access to high-level chips over concern they could be used for military purposes. “The A800 meets the US government’s clear test for reduced export control and cannot be programmed to exceed it,” the California-based chipmaker said in a statement on Monday. Nvidia began pro…

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