Huawei is very anxious to be suppressed by the United States. A top American company is more anxious than Huawei

This year’s Huawei is in bad luck. Under the pressure of Trump’s executive order, Kirin chips can’t be manufactured. Huawei, which represents China’s highest chip design level, has been “choked” by the United States in the production of chips. As a result, Huawei’s shipment of Kirin chips has been reversed by Qualcomm. < / P > < p > at this time of life and death, TSMC can not surpass the United States to make chips for Huawei, and Huawei’s chips will soon become out of print. At this critical time, Qualcomm even stepped forward to help Huawei tide over the difficulties. What’s going on? You know, in the past time, the competition between Huawei and Qualcomm has been going on. Both of them are the strongest competitors of each other. The chips of the two companies are equal. Huawei’s CPU is better polished, and the GPU of Qualcomm is also a higher level than Huawei. Consumers in the market will also choose smart phones carrying chips from the two companies according to different needs. < / P > < p > it turns out that in recent days, some media reports have reported that Qualcomm is trying to persuade the U.S. government to release restrictions on Huawei’s chip sales. The reason is that if the restrictions are not lifted, the company will be sitting and watching 8 billion dollars flow into other chip companies, which is not good news for both the company and the United States. The original intention of the United States to make this decision is to suppress China’s high-tech companies. However, such an effect has not been achieved. On the contrary, other high-tech companies are in vain. After all, Qualcomm in the United States is trying to make money. As soon as silver enters other people’s pockets, Qualcomm is certainly as anxious as an ant on a hot pot. < p > < p > and the U.S. government has been trying to convince the U.S. government that Huawei recently placed a huge chip order with MediaTek, which also allowed MediaTek to ship more chips than Qualcomm, threatening its own dominance. On the other hand, Huawei also paid the 1.8 billion patent fee owed by Huawei to Qualcomm a few days ago. If we continue to cut off the supply of chips, it is very likely that Qualcomm will not receive so much patent fees in the future. The patent fees are the “lifeblood” of the company’s economy. More than half of the annual revenue of the company comes from patent fees. < p > < p > whether it is for making money or for other purposes, Qualcomm has objectively helped Huawei overcome this difficult situation. Huawei has not been idle recently. Huawei has recruited a large number of talents in chip manufacturing. It has been revealed that Huawei has spared no effort to invite “gifted teenagers” into Huawei. Moreover, Huawei has also actively carried out extensive cooperation with other semiconductor enterprises in the world, such as Panasonic of Japan, which shows that Huawei’s current work can still be strongly supported by other countries in the world. No doubt, Trump’s executive order this time has been unanimously opposed by some high-tech enterprises in the United States and abroad, and the people all over the world have also seen Trump’s executive order in order to reduce the dimension of a Chinese national enterprise with national strength. Whether trump can accept the suggestions of Qualcomm? After all, this trump is jokingly called “temuopu” by netizens. What he does is always regardless of public opposition and only for the interests of some people in the United States. We will wait and see where the future of Qualcomm and Huawei will go. Continue ReadingYueshang group has become the third social e-commerce service platform listed in China after being gathered in pinduoduo