Huawei wants to build a chip production line completely independent of the United States? Response: I don’t know

On August 12, a microblog blogger disclosed that Huawei had officially launched the “Tashan plan” internally, and had begun to cooperate with relevant domestic enterprises to build a 45nm chip production line without us technology. < / P > < p > the interface news confirmed to the official that the other party did not know about the matter. According to the surging news reports, relevant personnel of Huawei Hisilicon denied the news, saying that they had not heard of the “Tashan plan” internally, and all colleagues around said that they did not know. At present, the aforementioned bloggers have deleted microblogs. Recently, Yu Chengdong, CEO of Huawei’s consumer business, said that Kirin series chips would not be able to be produced after September, and Huawei mate 40 mobile phone released in September this year will become a “masterpiece” carrying high-end Kirin chips. Due to us restrictions, Huawei will not be able to use any products involving US technology to design and manufacture chips. But that doesn’t mean Huawei can’t buy chips from other manufacturers to keep its product line running. Both Qualcomm and MediaTek are likely to become their chip suppliers. In May this year, analyst Lu Xingzhi disclosed that in order to avoid being banned by the United States, TSMC and Samsung are considering supporting non US semiconductor material and equipment suppliers to serve non US customers. But at present, TSMC still has concerns, and Samsung seems to be more active in this regard. Recently, according to technews, Samsung has cooperated with Japanese and European manufacturers to build a small 7Nm production line with non American equipment, which is being tested. However, Samsung’s move is not entirely for Huawei. Samsung hopes to actively win the favor of other customers through the changeable sanctions policy of the United States. < / P > < p > in addition, Huawei has recently launched the “Nanniwan” project, which aims to avoid the application of U.S. technology to manufacture terminal products. Products not affected by the United States, such as notebook computers, smart screens and IOT smart home, are included in the project. Iqoo5 series debut strength interpretation of “120 super full mark flagship”