As you know, Huawei’s new chip factory is making to circumvent the US ban. We already know that Huawei’s operations have faced great difficulties since the recent US embargo. And it reduces access to chip supplies. It should also be noted that, according to the Financial Times, the Shenzhen company is now building its own chipset plant that does not rely on TSMC. It will run on behalf of the internal R&D business and the local government will support it.
Our idea is that it will be able to produce 45nm chipsets, initially launched in 2007. But sad to say, Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei’s consumer business group, published a news earlier this year. That said, the company will no longer be able to make its own chips.
Huawei’s new chip factory is making to circumvent the US ban
This is really bad news. Which means it has to start from the meaning square one. According to the FT report, 28nm chipsets will be made by 2021 – such a platform is useful for IoT devices; By 2022 Huawei will finally be able to deliver 20nm chips which are useful for 5G base station business.
The Chinese company said it was unlikely to get any smartphone-capable chips from its new plant in the next few years. But they are thinking the 5nm process technology is the best. Recent reports, however, suggest that Qualcomm may be able to obtain a license and supply the Chinese giant.