If Huawei is cut off its power supply and turns to the United States, TSMC will be able to keep the wind and rain as stable as a mountain?

Since the United States officially listed Huawei in the list of entities in May 2019, it has been to the stage of complete tit for tat to crack down on Huawei at all costs. As Huawei’s suppliers, TSMC and Qualcomm are all speaking for Huawei, because they clearly know that to safeguard Huawei’s interests is to safeguard their own interests. Capital pursues profit, Huawei big order this piece of “fat meat”, no one wants to lose. However, the U.S. has been pressing forward step by step, from banning the export of chips from Qualcomm and other companies to China to restricting the use of us technologies, and each time the restrictions have been tightened and the scope of the restrictions has been wider. However, in the face of high-voltage measures in the United States, TSMC quickly softened and announced that it would cut off its power supply to Huawei. TSMC and SMIC have announced that they will no longer manufacture Kirin chips for Huawei. As a result, Kirin chips will stop production directly. TSMC will officially cut off its supply to Huawei after September 15 this year, and is now running full steam to fulfill previous orders from Huawei to produce Huawei’s Kirin 9000 chips. This batch of chips using the most advanced 5nm technology will also be the “masterpiece” of Kirin chip. < / P > < p > originally, this was not TSMC’s fault. After all, for an enterprise, TSMC was forced to cut off its power supply under the threat of the United States. However, shortly after the United States increased the pressure, TSMC began to show its muscles. < p > < p > Huawei was originally a major customer of TSMC. In 2019 alone, Huawei contributed 36.1 billion yuan in sales, accounting for 14% of its total revenue. Although TSMC has lost Huawei’s orders, it has a large number of chip OEM orders from Intel, and Apple’s upcoming iPhone 12 also needs a lot of chips. In the first half of 2020, TSMC’s accumulated revenue was about NT $621.296 billion, a year-on-year increase of 35.2%. It seems that the days without Huawei seem to be quite moist. < / P > < p > at the same time that Huawei is suffering from epic power cut-off pressure, TSMC’s official website said that as of July this year, TSMC had produced more than 1 billion 7Nm chips. These chips are used in more than 100 products and are supplied to dozens of companies around the world, including apple. In the eyes of netizens, TSMC seems to have the suspicion of “showing muscles”. < / P > < p > in view of the current situation, the state has begun to attach importance to improving the manufacturing capacity of domestic chips, and SMIC international is expected to have high hopes. Just as the mainland is trying to make a technological breakthrough and break out of the US blockade cage, TSMC founder Zhang Zhongmou poured cold water across the bank. He said frankly that even if the mainland develops the chip industry with the whole country’s efforts, it is difficult to achieve success. The reason why Zhang Zhongmou said this is because of the large-scale and efficient production of TSMC and the high quality and reliability of its products. As the first enterprise to support 7Nm process and mass production, TSMC has mastered the most advanced 5nm process and can produce in large quantities. But the mainland is just in its infancy. He thinks that the accumulation of chip technology, even if the mainland takes the power of the whole country, can hardly be broken out by “throwing money”. Zhang Zhongmou’s words are not unreasonable, but he may have underestimated his determination to “raise the strength of the whole country”. It is not the first time that China has encountered a technological blockade. Since the founding of the people’s Republic of China, the West has been imposing a technological blockade on us. However, history has proved that the technological blockade seems to be ineffective. Otherwise, why would the United States tear off the mask of democracy and freedom and be so unscrupulous now? < / P > < p > of course, money can’t be spent on technology, but if money is spent on talents, there may be different results. Huawei is not alone. Domestic manufacturing enterprises also show solidarity. They pay high salaries and poach hundreds of TSMC engineers. More than 100 engineers, including senior executives of TSMC, have left TSMC. In this way, TSMC has lost not only Huawei but also talents. It can be said that people and money are empty. In this year’s recruitment season, TSMC Chairman Liu Deyin said the number of recruiters was 8000. Previously, the number was generally stable at around 4000. < p > < p > in contrast, Huawei has quickly started to break through the chip blockade. Huawei announced that it will take root in the field of chip semiconductors and make new breakthroughs in new materials and terminal manufacturing. China is also cooperating with Huawei to break through. The state has decided that China’s chip self-sufficiency rate will reach 70% in 2025, while that in 2019 will be only about 30%. It can be seen that in the next five years, China will usher in a comprehensive explosion of chip manufacturing. Once domestic enterprises get rid of chip dependence and can be self-sufficient, the US blockade will not be broken. Will TSMC’s “lying win” situation continue? < p > < p > why can’t the mainland make the chips that Taiwan can make with the power of the province? Of course, Zhang Zhongmou is an excellent entrepreneur, but this time, if he really underestimates the manufacturing industry in mainland China, maybe he is really wrong. Straight screen S20! Samsung Galaxy S20 Fe exposure: 1Hz high brush + snapdragon 865