Japanese media: Huawei suppliers compete for a chance of survival before the deadline

According to Nikkei Asia review today, a source said that Huawei is making efforts to reserve a series of key chips, and even has agreed that some chip suppliers can deliver semi-finished products or wafers that have not been tested or assembled in order to make them deliver before the deadline of September 15. < / P > < p > referring to China News Agency and some media reports, Huawei is striving to establish chip inventory, and its suppliers include key chip manufacturers such as MediaTek, Ruiyu, Lianyong, Liji, Samsung and SK Hynix. At the same time, optical lens manufacturers such as daliguang and SunYu optics are also making efforts to ship for Huawei. Huawei’s reserve products include 5g mobile processor, WiFi, RF and display driver IC and key chips. < p > < p > according to the US Department of Commerce’s ban, chip suppliers will not be able to ship to Huawei after September 15, and now they have less than three weeks left. < / P > < p > people familiar with the matter also revealed that Huawei often calls suppliers or holds midnight teleconferences at 4 a.m. recently. Now Huawei is almost in a “chaotic survival mode” and even constantly changes its plans. According to the report, some analysts believe that once Huawei runs out of these key components, the shipment of mobile phones will plummet by 75% next year. Huawei may have stored up to two years of usable chips, Nikkei reported earlier. < / P > < p > it home learned that when responding to the report, Lianfa branch said that it would abide by global trade norms and would not ship semi-finished products; daliguang said that it could not comment on specific customers and would continue to pay attention to the supply chain situation and relevant regulations in the future. Continue ReadingVideo Number assistant internal test online! Four functions let you send 1g video on the computer