Although it has not yet been confirmed by Huawei, the available media reports show that at present, Intel, AMD, Samsung Display, Sony, Skyworks, etc. have obtained the supply license to Huawei.
According to the British Financial Times, Microsoft’s application has also been approved recently, and the authorization of the Windows operating system can continue to be carried out on Huawei.
At the same time, reports said that Qualcomm and MediaTek are also close to obtaining official licenses for Huawei to ship.
Obviously, the green light for the operating system will greatly relieve Huawei’s PC business, and chip products can also alleviate the adverse impact on mobile phone production caused by the limited foundry of its own high-end Kirin chips in the future.
Earlier reports pointed out that although TSMC has also obtained a license, it is limited to non-advanced processes, most likely to be old processes before 28nm. Although Huawei’s base stations and communication equipment are in use, they can hardly help mobile phones.
Huawei has stated many times before that the company hopes to survive and fulfill its promises to customers and partners.