The United States adds “tight hoop”! Want to block Huawei chip outsourcing! Huawei begins to fight back!

At a time when the core technologies represented by Huawei and other Chinese enterprises are surpassing the United States, in order to protect “digital hegemony”, the United States has targeted Huawei. However, in the face of the supply interruption of chips and Google GMS in the United States, Huawei semiconductor Hisilicon officially became a full-time official and started to build its own mobile application ecosystem HMS, which enabled Huawei to withstand the first round of attacks in the United States Hit! In May this year, the United States increased sanctions on Huawei’s semiconductor chips, which led Huawei into a chip crisis, forcing Huawei to purchase chips only from third-party chip suppliers. However, on August 17, U.S. time, the U.S. put another “tight band” on Huawei, including another 38 Huawei subsidiaries in the world in the “entity list”, and at the same time, prevented Huawei from acquiring components developed or produced by foreign companies using U.S. technology. Anyone with a clear eye can see that the United States is trying to block Huawei’s chip outsourcing so as to completely block Huawei’s supply chain. This move by the United States will undoubtedly poke a hornet’s nest, and Huawei will also begin to fight back! < / P > < p > in the face of the complete withdrawal of us confession, “surrender” is not Huawei’s style! A few days ago, Huawei has signed a “military order” and launched the “Nanniwan” plan, with the purpose of avoiding the use of American technology in product lines. In the “Nanniwan” plan, Hongmeng system and Huawei’s application of ecological HMS are very important projects in the plan. < p > < p > on August 13, the U.S. suspended the temporary license of Huawei and the Android system of glory smart phones, which means Huawei has lost all the use rights of overseas Android operating systems, and Google will no longer provide security updates to Huawei’s Android system. < p > < p > on August 16, Huawei’s supply chain also received good news, saying that it was currently upgrading its products to fully adapt to Hongmeng system and other domestic operating systems. In addition, the registered development users of Huawei mobile application ecosystem HMS reached 1.6 million, the monthly active users reached 700 million, and the access to app exceeded 81000. Obviously, the Hongmeng system is on the way, and will basically run on the mate40 series and matebook of Huawei’s new generation flagship. Recently, a blogger disclosed that Huawei has launched the “Tashan plan” for semiconductors. Although it has been confirmed by Huawei insiders that the “Tashan plan” is just an “Oolong”, in the face of TSMC’s power cut-off, and even the future supply interruption of MediaTek on chip, Yu Chengdong revealed at a small-scale conference that he was fully rooted in semiconductors, and that he was fully rooted in semiconductors in EUV light sources, immersive systems, and 12 inches Wafer and other areas to seek breakthroughs. Huawei’s strategy of building EUV lithography technology at no cost and fully realizing the full control of chip manufacturing technology is not exactly the “just Tashan” strategy of that year Are you determined? < / P > < p > if the United States comprehensively sanctions Huawei, the smartphone system market monopolized by the United States will be interrupted by Huawei. Moreover, due to network security problems, some regions have to choose Huawei’s Hongmeng system in addition to Google and apple. Therefore, in many overseas markets, there are Google Android and apple, and there is Huawei Hongmeng system. This move in the United States can improve the status of Hongmeng system in the field of smart phones, and eventually make the U.S. system lose its leading role in the global smartphone market! < p > < p > of course, we should also give Huawei some time, encouragement and attention. We believe that Huawei can withstand the United States’ comprehensive sanctions and repression through the “Nanniwan” plan! Continue ReadingAmerican companies begin to give up R & D: who should pay for corporate research?