Electronics Chipmakers Cut Ties With Russia
March 9, 2022 – Global chipmaking companies, including the giant Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, have begun to sever ties with Russia.
The United States and several of its allies have announced sanctions on Russia with the goal of limiting their military advancements by putting a halt to the Russian economy. One such sanction limits the export of sophisticated goods, software, and technology to Russia, thus affecting the country’s ability to develop its aerospace and defense sectors and compete globally. Some goods covered in this order include microelectronics, telecommunications equipment, sensors, avionics equipment, marine equipment, aircraft components, and more.
SiliconExpert has compiled a list of some of the global electronics suppliers who have suspended their operations in/with Russia, in response to the sanctions.
Chipmakers Ending Russian Exports
|Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC)||Suspended all Russian partnerships as a result of Taiwanese sanctions|
|Intel Corporation||Suspended Russian sales as a result of US sanctions|
|Advanced Micro Devices (AMD)||Suspended Russian sales as a result of US sanctions|
|GlobalFoundries (GF)||Suspended Russian sales as a result of US sanctions|
ADAPT AND OVERCOME SUPPLY CHAIN DISRUPTIONS
SiliconExpert’s Supply Chain Module is designed to help you closely monitor situations that have the potential to impact the global economy and provides you alternatives to keep your supply chain intact. SiliconExpert is maintaining a close eye on manufacturers and businesses with facilities located in Russia and Ukraine to help you understand how your business might be impacted.