Chips

Chinese firm's 7nm GPU expected to tape out in Q3
The chip competes with Nvidia's next-generation 5nm GPU, which is still in the pipeline.
Xiaomi reportedly reorganizes team to increase bet on mobile chips
Xiaomi is now in licensing talks with IP providers and has already started recruiting a team, the report said.
TSMC said to spend $2.9 billion to expand production in Nanjing to alleviate global chip shortage
Unlike cell phones, game consoles, and other consumer electronics products, the automotive requirements for the chip process are not very high, and 28nm chips are enough.
Huawei's semiconductor spending drops 23.5% in 2020
Chinese tech giant Huawei saw a 23.5 percent drop in semiconductor spending in 2020 compared to 2019, according to data released Tuesday by market research firm Gartner on the world's top 10 chip buyers.
SMIC downplays impact of automotive chip shortage on it
As automotive chips do not account for a large percentage of SMIC's revenue, even an increase in demand will not affect SMIC's overall capacity, according to SMIC CEO Zhao Haijun.
Huami Technology says it will soon launch third-gen wearable chip
Huami Technology, a Xiaomi eco-chain company, will launch its in-house developed third-generation wearable chip soon, said Huang Wang, founder, chairman, and CEO of the company.
MediaTek becomes largest smartphone chip supplier in China
In the first half of 2020, ahead of MediaTek were HiSilicon and Qualcomm, but HiSilicon suffered a setback in shipments because of factors such as US sanctions.
Huawei's new 5nm Kirin chip said to cost between Apple A14 and ARM CPU
The new 5nm Kirin chip in Huawei's upcoming Mate40 series of flagship phones costs somewhere between the Apple A14 and ARM CPU, according to a prominent Chinese blogger.
MediaTek Dimensity 800 chip's largest shipments reportedly come from Huawei phones
Huawei has become the mobile phone brand with the highest shipments of MediaTek Dimensity 800 chip, according to famous digital blogger @数码闲聊站.
Huawei HiSilicon recruiting young talents to 'expand the boundaries of civilization's progress'
Huawei HiSilicon recently announced a global recruitment campaign for teenage geniuses, including outstanding undergraduate, master's, and doctoral students from around the world who graduated between January 1, 2017 and December 31, 2021.