Good news from Qualcomm: 12 billion is not in vain, Huawei may usher in a new turning point

Due to the U.S. upgrade restrictions, TSMC has made it clear that it has no plans to continue to supply China after September 14, which means that TSMC will cut off its supply to Huawei. In addition, due to the inability of domestic manufacturers to mass produce Huawei chips with advanced processes such as 7Nm / 5nm, Huawei Yu Chengdong also said at the 2020 summit of China information technology 100 people’s conference that Huawei chips have been out of stock recently, and may not be able to produce them after September 14. < p > < p > we all know that Huawei’s ability to resist the US ban in 2019, its ability to compete with apple and Samsung in the high-end market, and even surpass Samsung to become the world’s No. 1 chip is indispensable. < / P > < p > especially in high-end mobile phones, Huawei has always used Hisilicon chips independently developed by Huawei. Through the perfect integration and optimization with emui system, the mobile phone created by Huawei is smoother than the iPhone. < / P > < p > after all, domestic manufacturers often use MediaTek chips in low-end mobile phones. In the high-end market, domestic manufacturers almost do not use MediaTek. < / P > < p > on the one hand, the reputation and influence of MediaTek have not been effectively improved, and it has not been recognized in the high-end market. On the other hand, the performance of high-end chips is not strong enough, especially in GPU. According to the news, Qualcomm is lobbying the U.S. government to lift the restrictions so that Huawei can continue to use its chips. After all, the restrictions of Microsoft and other companies have been lifted. < / P > < p > not only that, but also issued the strictest statement, even warning the U.S. government that the export ban would not prevent Huawei from acquiring necessary components, but would cede its $8 billion annual market to its overseas competitors. It can be seen from this that in order to solve the supply problem, Qualcomm has been negotiating with the U.S. government. After all, after the ban was issued, Qualcomm said that it would try its best to supply to China and actively apply for license. < p > < p > it is reported that after Apple paid the patent fee to Qualcomm, Qualcomm resumed the supply to apple. According to the news, apple and Qualcomm signed a five-year supply agreement for 5g chip baseband. Recently, the patent dispute between Huawei and Qualcomm has also been resolved. Huawei will pay 1.8 billion US dollars of radio patent fees to Qualcomm, which is equivalent to 12 billion yuan. At the same time, Qualcomm can enjoy the right to buy back part of Huawei’s patents. < / P > < p > now, shortly after the reconciliation, good news came from Qualcomm, which not only lobbied the US government, but also issued the strictest warning, hoping that the US government would lift the export ban. < / P > < p > it has been reported that TSMC is striving to include Huawei’s mobile phones and Ai Ai chips other than non-5g base station chips into the standard product range through the American Semiconductor Industry Association. < p > < p > because the current regulations in the United States do not prohibit the delivery of standard products or general-purpose products to Huawei. As long as Huawei’s chips such as non-5g base stations can be included in general-purpose products or standard products, TSMC can continue to supply to China. < p > < p > that’s why Huawei may usher in a new turning point. As long as one enterprise is licensed, Huawei’s chip crisis can be greatly alleviated. < / P > < p > of course, in addition, Huawei has officially announced that it will take root in the semiconductor field in an all-round way, breaking through the basic research and precision manufacturing of physical materials. < p > < p > in addition, Huawei is vigorously increasing the investment in materials and core technologies, realizing the close linkage between new materials and new processes, and breaking through the bottleneck restricting innovation. < p > < p > Huawei not only visited a number of universities in China to sign relevant agreements and strive to compete for talents, but also recruited four gifted teenagers with high salaries. The purpose is to speed up technological breakthroughs and get rid of restrictions completely. New product launch