Recently,media reported that Huawei has the largest number of patents in 5G technology, even if the U.S. government ban, U.S. companies still need to pay Huawei 5G a study shows that in the patent editing, six companies account for more than 80% of the patents, namely Huawei, Samsung Electronics, LG Electronics, Nokia, Ericsson and Qualcomm. Qualcomm is the only U.S. company.
Huawei’s official Twitter feed recently retweeted amedia report: “Do you need evidence that nationalism doesn’t work in the tech industry?” Eighty percent of 5G patents are owned by six companies, and Huawei is the leader, with only one from the United States. So? Despite efforts to cut Huawei’s supply chain, the U.S. will continue to pay for IP intellectual property. “
The U.S. is moving around the world in the hope that governments around the world will shut out Huawei on the grounds that it poses a security threat.
In addition, the U.S. has imposed a series of bans on Huawei, including a ban on the sale of any semiconductor chips made using U.S. technology to Huawei, which will hamper huawei’s development in cutting-edge areas.
“Even if they choose other companies to build 5G infrastructure, they will still have to pay the Chinese company because of Huawei’s intellectual contribution to the development of 5G technology. Deepak Syal, head of market research firm GreyB Services Pte, said. GreyB Services Pte conducted this 5G patent study with another market analysis firm, Amplified AI.
Determining how many patents a company owns, and how critical they are to industry standards, will help determine who will benefit the most from next-generation technology (5G).