Qualcomm lobbies US government to lift restrictions on Huawei

According to a number of authoritative foreign media reports, at present, Qualcomm is lobbying the U.S. government to lift the restrictions on Huawei. The company has issued a warning that the relevant US ban on Huawei may cede the US $8 billion market to its overseas competitors. Qualcomm lobbied the U.S. government to lift restrictions on Huawei, a move reminiscent of the settlement just reached between the two companies. < p > < p > citing a briefing from Qualcomm, the company lobbied the U.S. government to lift Huawei’s chip restrictions. The U.S. government’s export ban “will not prevent Huawei from acquiring the necessary parts, but may cede its multi billion dollar market to its overseas competitors,” the company said. The competitors mentioned by Qualcomm mainly refer to Samsung and MediaTek. A few days ago, it was reported that MediaTek will acquire 120 million 5g chips from Huawei, accounting for about 2 / 3 of Huawei’s annual procurement. < / P > < p > just at the 2020 summit of the 100 people’s Conference on information technology in China, Yu Chengdong, CEO of Huawei’s consumer business, formally confirmed that the Kirin processor used in high-end models will become the best performance of Huawei due to the new round of restrictions. The mate 40, which will be launched this fall, will carry Huawei’s own Kirin chip. After that, it will face the situation of no core. < / P > < p > although SMIC international has achieved a return and made rapid progress in the process technology, it started late after all. Now the domestic semiconductor technology has not caught up with the current high-end market demand for 7Nm process and the upcoming 5nm process. Currently, SMIC can only mass produce 14nm chips, which has been applied to Huawei’s entry-level models. < p > < p > the settlement between Huawei and Qualcomm has eased the trend of the incident. In the future, Huawei may use its snapdragon 875 chip on its high-end models, but the price is that Huawei will pay a $1.8 billion patent license fee to Qualcomm. However, all this is the guess of the industry. From today’s performance of lobbying the U.S. government to lift the restrictions on Huawei, this possibility is extremely high. Continue ReadingIqoo5 series debut strength interpretation of “120 super full mark flagship”