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Trump says “not dealing with Huawei”, announced new tariffs on China

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The US President Donald Trump has again dropped his trade talks with Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping and may bring some difficulties for Huawei as the trade war between two countries is once again goes live.

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Trump announced on August 1 that the U.S. will put 10% tariffs on another $300 billion worth of Chinese goods starting Sept. 1. In a series of tweets, the president complained that China did not buy “large quantities” of agricultural products from the U.S. like it had agreed to do and that it did not stop the sale of Fentanyl, a synthetic opioid, to the United States, reported CNBC.

On the same day, while addressing the media in the White House, he said that the U.S. is not talking on Huawei with China and not dealing with the company either. Although, he mentioned that the US suppliers can supply some of the goods to the company that does not pose national security threats.

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But if China does not decide to hike its agriculture purchases from the U.S., it could bring some consequences for the Huawei because Trump can spoil the company again to get a negotiation with China.

After being placed in the US Entity-List, Huawei is banned from doing business with the American firms and Trump last month agreed to ease the restriction following the positive talks with the Chinese president in the sidelines of the G20.

The US Commerce is now working on to provide special licenses for the suppliers interested to ship to the Chinese tech giant that’s expected to happen by next week.

However, the Chinese administration wants the U.S. to fully lift the restriction on the company, but many U.S. lawmaker sees Huawei as a security threat, which Huawei has repeatedly denied.

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Huawei aims to fight Amazon, Microsoft, and Alibaba in Asia-Pacific cloud service market

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Huawei is looking to become a top-three cloud service provider in the Asia-Pacific region in the coming three years, or even better than the current provider in the next half-decade, says a recent report.

This Chinese tech firm aiming to compete against Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Alibaba Group Holding. These are the top three IaaS (infrastructure as a service) cloud services providers in the past year. However, Huawei too dominating the Chinese cloud market in the second position after Alibaba and has more efforts to jump to the top.

The US-Sanction has forced Huawei to make business adjustments. Since then the company has been seeking other markets and cloud service is most suitable with its digital resources and on-demand service.

Huawei’s Market Status and Resources:

According to Gartner, Huawei recorded the sixth-fastest growth rate globally in the cloud market with a 19.7% market share. However, it’s still far to defeat the market ruling Alibaba, which owns the 39.8% share in China.

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Nobody concludes anything even before trying it Likewise, Huawei has approximately 220 puls cloud services, 210 solutions, 19,000 parters, and over 4,000 cloud applications to enter the competition.

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Why Huawei aiming to Asia Pacific Region:

An IDC report reveals that the Huawei cloud service market is meant to reach over 48.4 billion USD this year, showing a significant rise compared with 36.4 billion USD in 2020.

Furthermore, greatly affected by the US-Sanction, the company wants to invest in the market, which is free of the US-Sanction impact. That’s why Huawei is shifting strategy and developing new software for the cloud service market said Jay Chan, vice-president of Huawei’s Asia-Pacific operations.

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Moreover, the company has announced a US$100 million startup support plan for the Asia Pacific region. It aims to support 1,000 startups under Huawei cloud-plus-cloud program for the next three years.

(Via- SCMP)

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Huawei providing technical guidance and plan to recruit students on 7th Internet Plus competition

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The 7th Internet Plus College Student Innovation Competition has been organized in Shenzhen. For the first time, Huawei plans to start the recruitment for Kunpeng, AI Computing, Huawei Cloud, ICT, consumption Zheyun and OpenHarmony. Furthermore, the company is also providing guidance and training on these technologies with the aim to promote innovation with the competition.

The only purpose is to enhance the subject knowledge as well as train the students on how to implement it in the industry. From basic software such as operating systems, AI computing framework, and database management to market-oriented applications, this training program will cover all subjects. The current popular applications include-

  1. Kunpeng’s full-stack software platforms
  2. Kunpeng hardware
  3. Operating system openEuler
  4. Enterprise database openGauss
  5. Data virtualization engine openLooKeng
  6. Kunpeng application enablement suite BoostKit
  7. Ascend AI full-stack software applications
  8. Ascend hardware
  9. Heterogeneous CANN computing architecture
  10. AI computing framework MindSpore

Internet Plus Competition

The participants are required to used Huawei resources such as Ascend AI software and hardware platform. For the primary preparation, the candidates can get the Huawei Cloud resource vouchers and expert guidance and training. In this line, the Huawei Kupeng Community, Ascend community, and many fellow partners are providing about 500 excellent internships with the best wishes to perform well in this internet plus competition.

Below you can check the competition timeline and price distribution-

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Competition Timeline:

  • Registration Period: Until 31 August
  • Semi-Finals: Before September 30
  • Finals: Will Organized in late October

Prize Distribution:

There will be three awards- gold, silver, and bronze with certification for the top winners awarded. Furthermore, individual awards will be given to the total number of awards won by each region and school, and scoring range of the provincial, municipal outstanding organization awards, and the collective awards of colleges and universities.

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Huawei and Xiaomi invested a big capital at this OLED driver chip maker

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Huawei Hubble has recently invested huge capital in Ou Rhende Microelectronics Technology, which is an OLED driver chip maker. After the investment, the company’s registered capital increased from 37.65 million to around 57.06 million, which is an increase of approx 51.56%. Alongside Huawei, Xiaomi also invested in the firm.

Established in 2019, the Ou Rhende is an OLED driver chip manufacturing company. The legal representative of the company is Zhang Jinfang with 50.91 percent of shareholdings. While Huawei Hubble is the second-largest shareholder with nearly 16.49% of shares.

This piece of information was a surprise for the whole semiconductor market. First, Huawei has begun the trial production of its own OLED driver ICs and then this investment. It shows that the company wants to develop the OLED driver chip in its home country.

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It is also being said that these investments could be a threat to the South Korean and Taiwanese chip manufacturing companies, which currently capture most of the semiconductor market.

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Huawei’s competitors and current market conditions of OLED driver chip industry

Looking at the current market share of the semiconductor companies in terms of OLED driver chips, Samsung grabs the market with nearly 50.40% of the market share. And the three other Korean companies account for approximately 38%.

This data suggests that the four Korean companies occupy nearly 90% of the OLED chip market. Whereas the Taiwanese chipmaker has the rest 10.2% market.

In this situation, Huawei will have to be very precise with its strategy to share its spot among these leading companies. Further, the company itself has HiSilicon to develop its own chip.

As per the recent report, Huawei’s HiSilicon is preparing to mass-produce the OLED chips in China in the first half of 2022. The company will manufacture chips based on the 40nm process and aims for a production capacity of 200,000 to 300,000 units per month. Read more

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(Via – IT Home)

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