America didn’t expect it! Because of Huawei, Samsung and MediaTek have taken actions one after another!

In order to crack down on Huawei, the United States issued a ban in May this year to restrict TSMC and other chip manufacturers from helping Huawei produce chips. As a result, Kirin chips are facing the fate of being out of print. However, it is not enough to make Kirin chips out of print. On August 17, the U.S. Department of Commerce announced a new regulation restricting all enterprises using American technology to cooperate with Huawei. If this new regulation is implemented, even if the equipment sold by a certain supplier to Huawei contains only one screw made by an American enterprise, it will be restricted and cannot cooperate with Huawei. < / P > < p > it is worth mentioning that Huawei did not choose to surrender in the face of the US hysterical blockade. This month, Guo Ping, Huawei’s rotating director, formally stated that even if Kirin chips could not be produced in a short period of time, Huawei would not give up its investment in Hisilicon. In the future, Hisilicon will enter the semiconductor field in an all-round way and realize independent chip design and manufacturing. What the United States didn’t expect was that Samsung and MediaTek took actions one after another for Huawei! According to a report by Xinhua Finance and Economics on September 10, Samsung display company of South Korean electronics giant Samsung has applied to relevant U.S. departments, hoping to supply smart phone panels to China after the U.S. final ban takes effect on September 14. < / P > < p > according to the statistics made by market research institutions, if enterprises such as Japan and South Korea can not continue to sell equipment parts to China, then the enterprises of the two countries are expected to lose 180.6 billion RMB! < / P > < p > in addition to Samsung’s application to the United States for supply license to Huawei, MediaTek also submitted an application to the United States at the end of August, hoping to continue cooperation with Huawei. It is reported that when Huawei’s chips were in crisis of being unable to produce, Huawei had urgently added 120 million chip orders to MediaTek. However, subsequent news said that due to the U.S. ban, the chips may not be delivered to Huawei smoothly, which will have a huge impact on the market strategy of UnionPay. < / P > < p > “the United States did not expect Samsung and MediaTek to act one after another!” Some foreign media said: Samsung and MediaTek have acted in succession to plead for Huawei, which reflects the influence of China’s market in the international arena. This is unexpected to the United States, and China’s influence has reached this level. < / P > < p > in fact, with the recent news, a more unexpected thing happened to the United States! According to a number of foreign media reports, due to the impact of the US chip ban on China, the domestic chip companies in the United States have a very serious inventory backlog problem. < / P > < p > the first dilemma is that the backlog of inventory leads to a sharp drop in revenue, while the huge Chinese market will give way to competitors. China is the world’s largest chip consumer, especially this year, China’s market has driven the global semiconductor market sales growth by its own efforts, which fully reflects the huge potential of the Chinese market. < / P > < p > the second dilemma is that the sharp decrease in revenue will reduce the competitiveness of the U.S. semiconductor industry. Many market analysts said that if the United States blindly restricts its chip companies to cooperate with the world’s largest chip consumer market, then the profits of American enterprises will be affected. However, the decline of profits will directly lead to the reduction of investment in chip R & D by US enterprises, which will greatly reduce the speed of us semiconductor technology progress. This is a bad cycle and another big dilemma for us chip companies. < / P > < p > it is not difficult to find that the chip ban issued by the United States against Chinese enterprises will not only affect non US enterprises such as MediaTek and TSMC, but also affect American enterprises. In the long run, other non US companies are likely to consider de beautification. This is not alarmist. According to foreign media reports, some European countries, such as Dassault system, a local French enterprise, are gradually “beautifying” their companies to ensure that they can continue to cooperate with Asian customers. Baidu continues to work on quantum computing to lay a solid foundation for new infrastructure construction