In deep trouble! Huawei chip crisis impacts TV business, and Hisilicon is also facing a large number of loss of engineers

The ban in the United States has been tightened again and again, and the challenge Huawei is facing is even more difficult. The road of chip OEM is blocked, and the self built production line is still blocked and long. Recently, it has been reported that Huawei Hisilicon semiconductor engineers are losing a lot. At the same time, the shortage of chips also affects the development of TV business. On August 28, DIGITIMES reported that with the further tightening of U.S. sanctions against Huawei, Hisilicon semiconductor, the company’s fabless chip manufacturing subsidiary, is losing a large number of engineers. According to the report, < p > < p > the growing external sanctions are pushing Hisilicon to the edge, and many engineers have left Huawei’s IC design team in Taiwan, China. < / P > < p > this is undoubtedly an important blow to Huawei. It is reported that Huawei, struggling to survive under the pressure of the United States, is seeking to build its own 45 nanometer chip factory without using American technology, which has also been described as “an impossible task” by industry observers. < p > < p > according to DIGITIMES, according to industry sources, Huawei has reduced its orders for parts for TV production by 30% – 40% due to the US trade ban restricting Huawei’s acquisition of semiconductor parts, which has also affected its other business units except chips and smartphones. < / P > < p > the source commented that if Huawei fails to solve the supply problem of related semiconductor components, Huawei’s TV business will be further weakened in 2021. < / P > < p > according to the previous regulations, TSMC will not be able to produce chips for Huawei after September 15. As time goes by, TSMC has also made the final rush, and is concentrating all its efforts to produce Kirin chips based on 5nm to ensure the use of mate 40 series as much as possible. < / P > < p > Wang Peng, a former CPU designer, said: in fact, whether Huawei Hisilicon has heard of this difficulty mainly depends on the blockade of Chengdu by the United States and the blockade time. < / P > < p > behind Hisilicon is Huawei, that is to say, Hisilicon’s massive capital comes from Huawei. Huawei is a commercial company. It can only survive by making profits. < / P > < p > it must be understood that chip design is a money burning thing, and it is not only a matter of money, but also closely related to the company’s talent reserve and management system. It can almost be described as a near death. < / P > < p > at present, the United States seems to have blocked all Huawei’s outlets. If the blocking time is too long, Huawei will not be able to earn enough profits to maintain its current scale and normal commercial operation, then Hisilicon will have an obvious recession: meager profits, brain drain, backward technology and vicious circle. < / P > < p > but Hisilicon’s mission is still there. Ren Zhengfei said before, “Hisilicon is Huawei’s assistant team and an indispensable part of Huawei, just like the bridge erecting machine and stretcher team, providing logistics support.” < / P > < p > in this era, in order to have advanced technology level, we must have the ability of independent innovation and R & D, which is well explained by the growth of Hisilicon. Without the Kirin chip, Hisilicon does not mean that it will decline, but that it has to shoulder a greater life. Baidu continues to work on quantum computing to lay a solid foundation for new infrastructure construction