Huawei and all its subsidiaries have been listed down on the entity list currently and going to face a block stringently on September 15 in its history for the first time. The latest ban has restricted all channels, hence they are not supposed to purchase from Huawei and OEM chip.
Huawei is facing the difficulties of having no “core” and here comes the importance of Huawei Domestic Chips, which can be light in the darkroom. Yu Chendong has stated that “Huwais’s krin chip is going to be new normal in the near future.”
What is the need for Domestic chips?
As we all know Huawei is one of the pioneers in the Smartphone industry and having the highest market share in the global mobile market besides it is having over 700 million users worldwide in Huawei’s HMS ecosystem, one question will automatically come in your mind that “Is this the right time to test ?? and should we support this experiment blindly?? Though these two questions will remain unanswered later of this article we will try to introspect the results.
Some of the companies earlier have tried this but was not been successful, in this way its looks impossible for Huawei to make such huge shipments, and also in this ban, a bundle of stringent rules has been imposed, which can create a severe problem during common circumvention. In one word this ban is creating deadlock for the Huawei ecosystem to run smoothly.
This restriction has imposed Huawei in the entity list from buying, immediate consignee, and end-user which directly indicating that Huawei must take permission before taking any step for example products woned by US software and technology are not supposed to develop any parts or purchase or order by Huawei’s Subsidiary included in the Entity list.
Nukes and corners of Domestic chips
Presently Apple and Qualcomm next-generation products besides Huawei’s smartphones using 5nm technology and integrated 5G baseband, in this scenario Domestic chips of 14 nm is going to create a huge gap in day-to-day users life though the iPhone 6s/plus is using the same level technology and are used by many people in daily life although the problems they faced is not a big deal in day-to-day use.
Still, when it comes to degrading from 5nm to 14nm we are downgrading two-generation, hence users are going to face a huge technology gap as far as performance is concerned because 14nm is going to feed the needs of 7nm which in mainstream currently. The problems users are mainly going to face are power consumption and power generation in the summertime as most of iPhone 6s/plus users would agree with my point. But the best thing is users can still enjoy “king of Glory” and eat chicken.
The Question Remained Unanswered: Installation of 5G
As life is moving fast we need the fastest technology which matches the speed hence we are all shifting towards 5G technology from the 4G, but to run 5G you need to have advanced chip manufacturing units to cut down its side effects like power consumption and generation of heat.
When for 5G technology a mainstream 7nm is not enough then “ how to assemble 5G in 14nm?” -is still a big question and a very interesting Dilemma.