Once the United Development Division paid for the loss of its wife, TSMC took a sigh of relief: Fortunately, it didn’t force Huawei to help

MediaTek is gradually emerging in the 5g market. When it was originally in the 4G market, it was Qualcomm that dominated the market. Domestic mobile phone manufacturers have cooperated with Qualcomm, and they all take the snapdragon chip of Qualcomm as the selling point. On the contrary, MediaTek Tianji chip has not been paid attention to. However, with the development of 5g, the 5g chips of MediaTek began to rise. Xiaomi, Huawei, OV and other mobile phone manufacturers cooperated with MediaTek. For example, Xiaomi and MediaTek have deeply customized Tianji 820, and Huawei has replaced Kirin with Tianji. < / P > < p > restricted by external conditions, Huawei has no better choice but MediaTek. In order to alleviate the pressure of low chip production, Huawei’s only choice is MediaTek. MediaTek is also very happy to cooperate with Huawei. Huawei has previously placed 120 million orders with MediaTek. With these orders, MediaTek will soon surpass Qualcomm. However, an accident happened. The United States has issued the latest restriction rules, in which MediaTek will not be able to supply chips to China. Ready to ship to China for orders, chips can only pile up the warehouse, can be said to compensate the wife and fold the soldiers. < / P > < p > if we can continue to supply chips to China, what benefits can MediaTek obtain? First of all, Huawei has the highest market share of 5g mobile phones in China. If all the chips of MediaTek are selected, it is no surprise that MediaTek will surpass Qualcomm. < / P > < p > secondly, Huawei is most in short of high-end chips. It is up to MediaTek to release high-end mobile phones next year. Once it enters Huawei’s high-end supply chain, it will also be able to compete with Qualcomm in the high-end market. < / P > < p > behind MediaTek, TSMC still relies on TSMC, because its chips are also made by TSMC. This time, TSMC may have to take a long breath of relief. Fortunately, it did not force Huawei to help. < / P > < p > maybe TSMC’s choice is abnormal, but this is what TSMC can do. In the past, TSMC has repeatedly helped Huawei and wants to continue to supply Huawei with chips. Although it lost the ability to directly provide OEM services to Huawei, Huawei placed an order with MediaTek, and MediaTek looked for TSMC to contract. In this way, TSMC could also benefit. However, this time, TSMC did not choose to help Huawei, let alone speak well to Huawei. It can be seen that TSMC has done everything it has done. If it is forced to help Huawei, it will not only fail to achieve results, but also be easily stained with mud. The United States has repeatedly invited TSMC to set up a chip factory in the United States. Originally, TSMC refused, but finally agreed. Considering the importance of U.S. customers, apple, Qualcomm, Intel, etc. are all in the United States, so Huawei can’t lose more market space. Although the largest production line in the world is in the United States. For these reasons, TSMC must comply with the requirements of the United States to restrict Huawei. In other words, people have to bow their heads under the eaves and use other people’s technology, so they can only listen to each other. < / P > < p > not only TSMC, but also China’s SMIC international, and those chip companies that use American technology are basically unable to supply chips to Huawei. Huawei can only rely on itself. I believe Huawei, supported by Chinese people, will continue to go forward and overcome all difficulties. Continue ReadingStraight screen S20! Samsung Galaxy S20 Fe exposure: 1Hz high brush + snapdragon 865