July 20 news, according tomedia reports, because the current environment is becoming more and more severe, which makes Huawei have to adjust the corresponding supply chain strategy, in addition to vigorously supporting domestic manufacturers, but also increased the proportion of cooperation with Japanese manufacturers to replace those replaced by U.S. companies.
The report said the U.S. is restricting U.S. companies to help China advance its 5G network, but some Japanese companies are filling the gap and supplying Huawei with 5G equipment parts and profiting from it. China is spending $150 billion to promote 5G network services nationwide, with plans to build 500,000 5G base stations by the end of this year. These services typically use devices from Huawei.
“The Chinese government is actively promoting the popularity of 5G, ” Tsuneo Murata, Murta, Murta, Murta, Murata, Murata, murat, the company’s chairman, said in an interview. This is a very marketable market for our parts business. It is expected to build 500,000 5G base stations by the end of Chinese mainland, which are largely dominated by Huawei and ZTE. “
Murata is working on a small component called multilayer ceramic capacitors that helps control current and storeenergy for semiconductors. The component is widely used in a wide range of products, from smartphones to automobiles. According to capacitor manufacturers, a single 5G base station typically requires about 15,000 such components.
Mr. Murada said orders for capacitors in the first quarter of this year rose nearly 50 percent year-on-year, helped by the adoption of 5G equipment, while Panasonic is expanding its plant in Guangzhou, China, where it produces circuit board materials for equipment such as 5G routers.
Liang Hua, Huawei’s rotating chairman, said late last year that Huawei expects to buy more than $10 billion in spare parts from Japanese companies in 2019, which will enable the company to ensure timely delivery of core products to customers, rather than relying on U.S. components.
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