Taiwan Media: TSMC is coordinating orders from Qualcomm AMD and other manufacturers to move part to Huawei

May 25 news, according to Taiwanese media reports, TSMC is looking for ways to coordinate Qualcomm, MediaTek, AMD, Nvidia and other manufacturers of orders, first move part to Huawei. Taiwan media said TSMC aims to help Huawei produce enough chips within a 120-day buffer period. Because if you don’t, TSMC’s capacity is limited and has always been full of customers. If it’s not coordinated, it’s hard to produce enough chips for Huawei in 120 days.

Taiwan Media: TSMC is coordinating orders from Qualcomm AMD and other manufacturers to move part to Huawei

Once coordinated, with enough capacity to help Huawei produce, it will still be able to produce a lot of chips in 120 days so that Huawei does not cut off supply this year.

Last week, Taiwanese media also reported that Huawei had urgently ordered TSMC by $700m, covering 5nm and 7nm processes.

Huawei urgently buys chips from TSMC, the sources said. Among them, 5nm mainly produces Huawei’s next-generation flagship phone Kirin 1020 mobile phone chip, 7nm fortified version is the production of 5G base station processor.

Founded in 1987, TSMC is the world’s largest fab of wafer founditors, with customers including Apple, Qualcomm, Huawei and others. It is headquartered in the Hsinchu Science and Industry Park in Hsinchu, Taiwan. TSMC’s shares are listed on the Taiwan Stock Exchange under the symbol 2330, and American Depositary Receipts are listed on the New York Stock Exchange, with the stock code tsitpassed tsM.