Anonymous, 02 Nov 2020sure only in your dreamsIts foolish to deny the possibility. Clearly we have no idea what will actually come of it. As well as its easily possible that while they might catch it up it will takes years and maybe never gain a lead.
However you shouldn't so easily discredit the idea.
Not to mention some years back huawei was nothing but cheap low end devices.
They rose out of that with enormous potential and success. From nothing to a top dog.
Do even their history and current state suggests that within 3 to 5 years they could be producing some strong silicon.
Anonymous, 02 Nov 2020In 5-10 years China will be leading force of the world. Mark my wordssure only in your dreams
Anonymous, 02 Nov 2020Check Huawei history of stealing IP, what goes around comes around - Cisco, T-Mobile, etc.
... moreWe lied, we cheated, we stole. And we have entire training course... - Mike Pompeo
A: We do not have 5G technology.
Pompeo: Because China stole it from us.
A: How can someone steal something that you don't have?
Pompeo: Because we lied, we cheated, we stole...
Anonymous, 02 Nov 2020In 5-10 years China will be leading force of the world. Mark my wordsYou're not the only one who's said this, so not really your words
kammem2, 02 Nov 2020who would buy those chipsets...Huawei, you are deadIt's for their own uses in their Telco businesses.
They're not selling them. Telco is their main business.
"...and a 5nm process technology is wishful thinking at best." And why is that?
JayrBars, 02 Nov 2020Come on guys read the comments properly before you type that kind of long commentI did. Did you? I can't find one article that Qualcomm announced anything SoC future related, have you?
Please, link the article?
Yee, 02 Nov 202045mn process? In 2020, that feels almost like using a dial-up modem for your internet connect... moreThe whole 45nm thing is most likely a smoke screen. Give them 2 years after kick off and see.
Unnecessary comments starts with no facts replies from fanboys.
Claiming a chip manufacture business decision based on rumors is the definition of foolish and fake news!
Start at the root, not from the branch.
All i understand from all this is that ww3 is right around the corner. And coming fast. Let me explain. First, Huawei is clearly not going to waste any time to get there chip fab up to standard. All these talk of 45nm node is IMO simply a smoke screen to throw the ignorant ones off the real plan and idea. Unfortunately the Americans are no idiot. I really don't see how all this ends peaceful except for 2 reasons. 1) The Americans change there mind and start dishing out licenses regardless of the purpose. 2) Huawei goes out of business but this is extremely unlikely considering what the conglomerate means to the Chinese government. Make no mistake, Huawei from the looks of things, is heavily rooted in the government and China will do everything in there power to make sure huawei survives this crisis. Am not against huawei in anyway. I just don't see all this ending amicably. But who knows.
Kangal, 02 Nov 2020...so either they need to steal/copy these crucial technologies. Or they need to make alternat... moreTook the USA? Intel, Qualcomm etc might be US companies, but they didn't developer the technology..
Whackcar, 02 Nov 2020Exactly. If people would just learn to read before replying, we'd have fewer foolish repl... moreWhat's foolish is your assertion about Qualcomm and Huawei's partnership that I address, not the article.
YOU AND YOU ALONE misinformation.
JayrBars, 02 Nov 2020Come on guys read the comments properly before you type that kind of long commentExactly. If people would just learn to read before replying, we'd have fewer foolish replies on the site.
NotAnOpinion, 02 Nov 2020Fake news. First, Qualcomm has never OFFICIALLY ANNOUNCED that it backs Huawei chip infrast... moreCome on guys read the comments properly before you type that kind of long comment
Whackcar, 02 Nov 2020I've been wanting them to do this for a while. This move will safeguard their future. The... moreFake news.
First, Qualcomm has never OFFICIALLY ANNOUNCED that it backs Huawei chip infrastructure moving foward. It has only been Huawei's claim only.
Second, Qualcomm cannot or any other company that distributes 5G chips could do business with Huawei. That kinda defeat the purpose of the embargo, right?
Third, only NONE 5G related BOMs suppliers can do business with Huawei, not just anyone that applies for a license.
e.g. Google has applied for an Android licence since mid-2019 and the US has basically told Google to forget it without stating it but only saying to Google, w"we haven't gotten around to it yet" just to shut up Google's lobbying for Huawei.