Huawei Kirin chip to be out of print SMIC responds to Huawei’s cut off: impact controllable

According to the news on August 8, it is well known that the United States began to sanction Huawei last year. This year, it also extended its black hand to Huawei’s semiconductor business. TSMC will stop supplying Huawei’s products in September, and Kirin chips will face the crisis of power supply interruption. Yesterday, Yu Chengdong, Huawei’s consumer business, admitted at the 2020 summit of China’s 100 people’s Conference on information technology, that Kirin chips would be out of print and could not be produced. Kirin series chips will not be able to be produced after September 15. Huawei mobile phones do not have chips. At present, China’s domestic semiconductor technology has not caught up. Huawei’s mate 40 Kirin 9000 chip is likely to become the last generation of Kirin high-end chips. < p > < p > now Huawei Kirin 710A chip has been transferred from TSMC OEM to SMIC international OEM, with TSMC 12NM process, main frequency of 2.2GHz, four A73 2.2GHz + four a531.7ghz eight core design, to the current SMIC 14nm process, the frequency is reduced to 2.0GHz, and the others are basically the same. < / P > < p > as for SMIC, will Huawei’s 14nm process chip be cut off? At the financial report meeting a few days ago, CO CEO Liang Mengsong responded to investors’ questions. He said: we certainly don’t comment on a particular customer’s question, but we absolutely abide by international regulations. “We will have many other customers ready to enter our limited capacity, so the impact should be controllable,” Liang said Developed a “plug and play” solar power generation scheme, and “5B” won a $12 million round a financing