Qualcomm lobbies the United States to “save” Huawei? In fact, save yourself! Huawei really can’t afford to lose the market!

This year, a series of unreasonable operations of “extremely unreliable” really hurt Huawei. However, with the introduction of various restrictive measures, there is a taste of “hurting the enemy a thousand and losing eight hundred”. The chip giant of the United States is the first to bear the brunt. Because according to the regulations of the United States, it would be equivalent to voluntarily giving up Huawei’s market and handing it over to its competitors. Such an operation would definitely not be acceptable to Qualcomm. Recently, it has been reported that Qualcomm is actively lobbying the “unconventional” team, hoping and calling for the lifting of the current restrictions and allowing us companies to sell chips to Huawei. Seeing this news, many netizens said that the company finally made sense! But in my opinion, this is not the case. Qualcomm just doesn’t want to hurt itself. It saves itself, not Huawei. Taking the global chip market in 2019 as an example, the relevant data show that the global chip output value last year was 418.3 billion US dollars, of which China made the largest contribution, accounting for more than 70% of the share, reaching an astonishing US $305.5 billion. This is because China’s chip manufacturing technology lags behind the world’s first-class level. Although Huawei Hisilicon can design high-end chips, it’s really embarrassing that they can’t make them. Therefore, most chips are still in the stage of dependence on imports. < p > < p > in the first half of this year, the life of Qualcomm was not very good, and the decline of various data made it hard for the company. Sales fell by more than half and profits fell by three fifths. These pressures are an important reason for Qualcomm to lobby the United States. Moreover, Huawei has taken a lot of measures to solve its own chip problems recently, which also makes Qualcomm anxious. If Huawei, a big customer, is lost because of the US policy, it is bound to have a huge impact on the future development of Qualcomm, and its chip giant status may also be threatened. < p > < p > on August 4, Huawei made a large order of 120 million chips, which undoubtedly brought great pressure to Qualcomm. This order was signed by Huawei to MediaTek, and with this order, the market share of MediaTek reached 38.3%, surpassing Qualcomm to become the world’s first. In addition, Huawei’s Nanniwan project and genius project can see how much Huawei has invested in chip production and manufacturing, and how determined it is to beautify it. < / P > < p > recently, it has been reported that Huawei will start the “Tashan plan” in addition to the projects mentioned above, which aims to beautify. The general content of the project is: a 45nm chip production line will be completed this year, and this production line has no American enterprise technology, and the 28nm chip production line will be completed next year. Although Huawei officials have not responded to this matter, as soon as such news comes out, Qualcomm will certainly be unable to sit still. In addition, in the semiconductor industry, sales volume is fundamental. Because once the sales volume rises, the R & D costs can be shared equally. The larger the sales volume, the lower the related R & D costs. Moreover, more funds can be invested in the R & D of more advanced technologies. Once the sales volume decreases, it may be a fatal blow to semiconductor companies. From this point of view, the constant efforts of the United States have brought great harm to Qualcomm. < p > < p > moreover, Huawei’s mobile phone shipment in the first half of this year has bucked the trend of growth, making Qualcomm even less willing to lose this world’s largest customer. As we all know, due to the impact of the epidemic, the overall global smartphone shipment showed a trend of decrease. However, Huawei delivered 105 million responses, and even surpassed Samsung for the second time to become the first. No matter what the outcome of Qualcomm’s lobbying for the United States, whether it can change Trump’s decision still needs time to verify. To say the least, even if the high-tech lobbying fails, it is impossible for China’s “core” to have worse things happen, because the current situation has reached the bottom, and the current situation is the most difficult moment, and every step in the future will be better. So, what’s your view on the event of Qualcomm lobbying the United States? Welcome to leave your opinion in the comments area! Straight screen S20! Samsung Galaxy S20 Fe exposure: 1Hz high brush + snapdragon 865