Huawei’s smartphone business has been greatly affected by the chip regulations in the United States. Recently, the high-end flagship Huawei mate40 series, which carries Kirin 9000 chips, has become Huawei’s “masterpiece” for its high-end computers because TSMC can no longer supply it to Huawei. < / P > < p > Huawei’s smartphone business has been greatly affected. After the inventory of chips is used up, Huawei’s smartphone business will face a period of low core availability, which makes Yu Chengdong regret. Huawei HISCO has the world-class chip design ability, but it has been pinched by people in the manufacture and production of chips, which has made a big fall! However, fortunately, the smartphone business is not Huawei’s real core business, and Huawei’s operator business can still support Huawei to continue to gallop in 5g communication industry. In addition to developing into a technology giant in the field of smart phones, which can keep pace with Samsung and apple, Huawei also has the ability to surpass its peers in 5g communication industry. According to statistics, Huawei has obtained 91 5g commercial orders from countries / regions around the world before February this year. However, the 5g base station core chips required for 5g communication equipment, like smart phone chips, are affected by the US ban. But Huawei has been prepared for this time!
according to information provided by the TSMC related personnel to the US media, HUAWEI submitted to TSMC last year the demand for producing about 2000000 5G base station core chips, 7Nm, the tin Gang chip, and TSMC also made awesome efforts to complete the demand before the US ban came into effect. < p > < p > US media believe that more than 2 million 7Nm Tiangang chips are enough for Huawei to supply operators for nearly 14 months. At the same time, SMIC has also received a good report: it has been able to manufacture 7Nm chip — FinFET n + 1 chip. When the technology is mature and mass production is started, it can replace TSMC to supply Huawei. 14 months is enough time for SMIC to prepare! In this way, America’s long-standing conspiracy will be defeated! < p > < p > < p > Huawei, which has fallen short on the chip of smart phones, why can it prepare its successors in advance on 5g device chips this time? One of them is the high efficiency of TSMC, and it’s enough to speak of loyalty. After receiving the order from Huawei, he actively coordinated the delivery time of other customers’ orders, left most of the production capacity to Huawei, and gave priority to supply to China. Finally, Huawei Tiangang chip’s stock plan was successfully completed. < / P > < p > Second, Ren Zhengfei said before: no matter how big the mobile phone business is, the communication equipment business is the core of Huawei and will never change. In the current crisis, Huawei can only choose to abandon the car, give priority to ensuring the stability of the operator’s business, and then consider the smartphone business. Fortunately, Huawei’s predicament is gradually reviving. Overseas, chip giants including TSMC, Qualcomm, Intel, MediaTek and other enterprises have submitted applications to the United States for re establishing cooperation with Huawei, while Intel and AMD of the United States have taken the lead in obtaining applications for continued supply to China. < / P > < p > internally, Huawei will climb from where it falls. Huawei Hisilicon is ready to develop from a single chip design enterprise to an all-round enterprise, and has begun to warm up the transformation. Hisilicon plans to build a “de beautification” chip production factory on its own, and recruit a large number of doctors in the semiconductor field for this purpose. < / P > < p > growing up stubbornly in adversity and thinking of danger in times of prosperity, Huawei’s performance is enough to become a model for China’s science and technology enterprises. Of course, we also hope Huawei can successfully get out of the predicament and lead China’s science and technology enterprises to become truly powerful! American companies begin to give up R & D: who should pay for corporate research?