The AMERICAN proposal would be the coup de grace for the Smartphone

The AMERICAN proposal would be the coup de grace for the Smartphone

You might be wondering, what is the U.S. doing to control the pain Ascend? Branded as a threat to the national security of the u.s. are prohibited from access to the US supply chain (which brought in $11 billion of 2021, and locked, the equipment will be used in the US to 5G networks, Huawei still managed to get to the top of the Apple, by means of about 240 million smart phones by of 2021, even though it was forced to be the replacement for the Google Mobile Services and Android, an open-source version of it.

It is the world’s largest supplier of networking equipment, in spite of the AMERICAN efforts to be able to warn their allies, not the gear. The Trumpet of the administration have considered in support of Huawei’s rivals in the industry. For example, Attorney General William Barr, has suggested that the united states has been the purchase of a controlling interest in Nokia and Ericsson phones, an idea that was even a Vice-President Mike Pence looked like a fool. The administration has also floated the idea of providing cheap drugs to to Nokia and Ericsson, in order to help out the few to offer financing terms to customers, which would be consistent with the generous support of the offerings provided by Huawei, while the last has a partnership with China’s state-run bank, which offers the possibility to its clients a special offers.

US drafts a proposal that it might actually be able to send a Smartphone into a downward spiral.

Now Reuters reports that the united states is considering a way to block the Smartphone to receive the chips produced by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC). The latter is the world’s largest independent cast iron foundry manufactures chips designed by other companies that do not own facilities that are essential to the manufacture of these components. For example, Apple designs its own A-series chips, but TSMC manufacture them. The same process is being used by other companies such as Qualcomm and Huawei’s HiSilicon unit. HiSilicon design of the chips that Huawei’s handsets, and TSMC builds them.

Of course, it would be a big blow, as the Smartphone has not been able to get the chips made by TSMC, mainly because of the foundry is about to start churning out more powerful, 5nm chips in the middle of this year. In the process, a node contains a reference to the number of transistors in a small, dense integrated circuit. The smaller the process node, the higher is the number of transistors on a chip, the more transistors on a chip to make it more powerful and more energy-efficient. For example, the currently-in-service, 7nm Apple-A13 Learning the sport of 8.5 billion transistors per chip and years of 5nm A14, Bionic could have been, but no less than 15 billion transistors inside). Only TSMC and Samsung to produce 5nm chips for mobile devices this year, so the loss of access to this technology, and it can be a huge blow to the company.

Back in November, TSMC denied a report which said that the US was trying to block the shipping the chips to the Smartphone. But for now, it appears that there may be a grain of truth in that rumor. To keep TSMC and other chip manufacturers from shipping the chips to the Smartphone, and the Home’s administration is reported to have written in the proposal. The bill would force foreign companies that are U.S. chip manufacturing equipment to obtain a license from the U.S. government for the shipment of chips to the Smartphone. This could be achieved by a change in the Foreign Direct Product Rule, which currently allows the US to take control of all the foreign exports of the product by 25% or more of the U.S.-origin content by value.

The Ministry of Commerce intends to drop the threshold to 10% for the U.S. export controls on most of the products that are made overseas, with the US-produced content. The Pentagon did not want the rule to change, out of fear that U.S. suppliers could lose a sale to Huawei was forcing them to cut spending on research and development. The Pentagon wants to ensure that the cutting of the R&D, U.s. corporations are losing their innovative edge in the global tech market.

The change of this rule can be in the U.S. to control the export of the chips are scheduled to be delivered to a Smartphone. In a report last year by China Everbright Securities, said: “There is no production line in China, which are used only in equipment made in China, so it is very difficult for designers without AMERICAN equipment.” With this in mind, Huawei would be in very serious trouble, if this proposal gets past the “concept” stage.

A Commerce Department spokesman, pointed out that the recent allegations made by the US charge Huawei with stealing trade secrets ‘ to confirm the need for caution when considering licence applications. In the US, there are still major concerns about Huawei.” A TSMC spokesman said that the company will not respond to hypothetical questions and the questions of individual customers. Huawei did not respond to the questions.

The US considers Huawei as a threat for the security because the company has ties with the communist Chinese government.

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