Huawei and ZTE begin closed testing of 5G base station chips

According to ijiwei.com, Huawei and ZTE are intended to move their supply chains back to the mainland, where closed testing of 5G base station chips has begun, which is still in the stage of construction, and real mass production should be in the third quarter.

According to ijiwei.com, Huawei and ZTE are intended to move their supply chains back to the mainland, where closed testing of 5G base station chips has begun, which is still in the stage of construction, and real mass production should be in the third quarter.

It is understood that the 5G base station chips of Huawei Hisilicon and ZTE use the TSMC 7nm chip process technology, and both completed the design and mass production as early as 2019. They have been commercially available in the global 5G deployment, and the next generation 5nm chips are being imported.

Disclaimer: This is an article created by Michael Liang for Chinasdg.org. You can find the original article here: https://chinasdg.org/2020/04/18/huawei-and-zte-begin-closed-testing-of-5g-base-station-chips/.

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