Chinese military, universities still buying Nvidia chips despite U.S. ban report


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Chinese military entities, public universities and research institutes over the past year have bought Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) semiconductors that the U.S. banned from exporting to China, Reuters reported citing tender documents. Chips that were purchased include Nvidia's (NVDA) A100, H100, A800 and H800 chips, whose exports to China were banned by the U.S. The buyers include the state-run Harbin Institute of Technology and University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, both of which allegedly have military ties. Other buyers include Tsinghua University, a laboratory run by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, as well as an unnamed People's Liberation...