Taiwan Restricts Russia, Belarus to CPUs Under 25 MHz Frequency

From now on, Russian and Belarusian entities can only purchase CPUs operating at underneath 25 MHz and offering functionality of up to 5 GFLOPS from Taiwanese companies. This primarily excludes all contemporary technology, which includes microcontrollers for a lot more or a lot less advanced units. 

Because of to restrictions imposed on exports to Russia by the United States, United Kingdom, and the European Union, foremost Taiwanese businesses were among the the initial to stop doing the job with Russia immediately after the country begun whole-scale war versus Ukraine in late February. This week Taiwan’s Ministry of Financial Affairs (MOEA) formally posted its list of higher-tech solutions that are banned from exportation to Russia and Belarus, which helps prevent all sorts of Taiwan-made higher-tech products as well as applications applied to make chips (whether or not or not they use technologies originated from the U.S., U.K., or E.U., which were now included by restrictions) to be exported to the intense nation.