Check Huawei history of stealing IP, what goes around comes around - Cisco, T-Mobile, etc.
Same is valid for most of the Chinese companies
Adul Al Salami Kebab, 02 Nov 2020It will help them improve and maintain any damaged 5G stuff they have currently deployed, the ... moreNo. If you read the **ORIGINAL** FT/Boomberg reporting this, then the sources at Huawei and Telecom network professionals say that Huawei needs AT LEAST 14nm chips for their basetower and at least 7nm for their mobile phones.
Kangal, 02 Nov 2020To be honest, all China (Huawei, ZTE, etc etc) needs to do is to make Android 5.1 OS, running ... moreNo. They need to innovate at unprecedented speeds. Huawei need to be able to catch up with the market within 5 years, each jumping at least 10 no in difference. This is the bare minimum. They have to.
Definitely world needs competition in the tech and I am sure China with its talent, skill, hard work can accomplish their goals if not immediately, at some point. Everything needs a start and good strategy. Wishing them all the best. Instead getting arm twisted by Qualcomm & Apple ransome prices, let’s wait for a true and worthy competition in the global markets.
Huawei still don't get it, stop ur affiliation with the chinese government, be an independent company
In 2020, that feels almost like using a dial-up modem for your internet connection
Kangal, 02 Nov 2020To be honest, all China (Huawei, ZTE, etc etc) needs to do is to make Android 5.1 OS, running ... more...so either they need to steal/copy these crucial technologies. Or they need to make alternatives/counterparts to it based on their own technology from the ground up (ie No copying). The former sounds more likely to occur. The latter took USA over a decade to craft from the ground up, and took close to $100 Billion spent in R&D over the period.
Just to point to some alternatives there is:
- RISC-V processor (also produced by USA, but is open source)
- SailOS by Jolla (former Nokia-Linux)
- GlobalFoundaries for possible 16nm node supply (?)
To be honest, all China (Huawei, ZTE, etc etc) needs to do is to make Android 5.1 OS, running on ARM Cortex A73 chips, built on FinFet-16nm lithography. That's the minimum, for mobile devices. Even though that's only 2014-2016 technology, it truly is enough for a modern smartphone in 2020.
It's because that is a huge leap over the old Android 4.4 OS, running on ARM Cortex A57 chips, built on Planar-24nm lithography. That old stuff is truly obsolete, yet the above I proposed is "decent" still today. It will get the job done, run any modern App or Game, just at modest settings. The current advancements aren't a must-have, but more like nice bonuses. There hasn't been as much as a huge revolution since that point, only small evolutions which add up. We're at Android 11 OS, running on ARM Cortex A77, built on 3D-7nm lithography.
The only things to consider is that:
- Android 5.1 OS (or newer) is technology developed by the USA
- FinFet-16nm lithography (or newer) is technology developed by the USA
- ARM Cortex A73 processor (or newer) is based on technology developed by the USA
Anonymous, 02 Nov 2020"will be backed by the local government." Of course it will LOL no one's sur... moreLook up Wisconsin and Foxconn for a more blatant example of local government helping a business.
"will be backed by the local government."
Of course it will LOL no one's surprised about that, if the government's not helping Huawei sell their networking equipment for cheap they will help them build a chip factory
AnonD-763241, 02 Nov 2020Nothing can stop huawei!!!!well determined....I think they will hire some engineers from best ... moreThere's no such thing as illegal headhunting. Employees are free to go where they please.