Huawei may reject Sweden’s 5G patent authorization
October 16, 2021, techweb news. On October 11, 2021, the Swedish Administrative Court issued an announcement on “Huawei’s appeal to Sweden’s 5G ban”. According to the report: The Stockholm court has approved Huawei’s appeal application against the “5G ban” issued by the Swedish government. This means that Huawei will enter the next step, which is to “try to dismiss Huawei’s 5G patent qualification granted to Sweden” and “claim against Swedish telecom operators”.
Huawei has the largest number of 5G patent projects in the world, and its equipment and technology are among the best in the world. Without Huawei’s 5G patent authorization, it will be difficult for Sweden to continue to develop its own 5G communication projects, not to mention that the new generation of communication technology is based on the previous generation of communication technology. Without Huawei’s 5G technology authorization, it will be even more difficult for communication companies such as Sweden’s Ericsson to develop 6G.
Call again for Glory to be blacklisted
A few days ago, Honor resumed its cooperation with Google and regained the authorization of GMS. When it was about to return to the international market, the US congressmen stood up and made trouble again.
In August, 14 Republican members of Congress led by Michael McCaul, a senior member of the U.S. House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee, called for the Commerce Department to blacklist Honor. In the past two months, U.S. stock market lawmakers have repeated their old tricks, continuing to pressure the Biden administration to initiate sanctions on Glory.
According to Reuters, Republican senators led by U.S. Senator Marco Rubio again called on the Biden administration on Thursday (14th) to put Glory on the Entity List because it believes the company is a threat to U.S. national security. threatening.
Domestic appliance giants access Hongmeng
Recently, the domestic home appliance giant Midea officially announced that it will access the Hongmeng 2.0 full-scenario smart home operating system. Midea is the third manufacturer to join the Hongmeng system after Huawei and Honor. It is reported that Midea, as a leading enterprise in the domestic home appliance industry, has a market value of nearly 500 billion. With the access of Midea, it will effectively promote the wide application of the Hongmeng system in China. It is expected that more and more domestic enterprises will turn their attention to Hongmeng in the future. This system will truly usher in the spring of development.
Making low-end products is not Xiaomi’s original intention
Recently, Xiaomi President Wang Xiang was asked about the penetration of Xiaomi’s high-end models. Wang Xiang said that Xiaomi is still exploring and innovating in making high-end flagship machines. Wang Xiang pointed out that for a long time, Xiaomi has created a lot of extremely cost-effective products, leading some consumers to mistakenly believe that Xiaomi is mainly engaged in low-end products. Although the price is kind, making low-end products has never been the original intention of Xiaomi.
In order to reverse consumers’ misunderstandings about the Xiaomi brand, Xiaomi has formulated a dual-brand strategy since 2019, in which the Redmi brand focuses on cost-effectiveness and adheres to the concept of “popularization of high-end products and quality of mass products”; while the Xiaomi brand explores and updates high-tech and better user experience.
Intel vows to challenge NVIDIA
When Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger recently interviewed foreign media CRN, one of the topics talked about the competition between NVIDIA and NVIDIA in the next few years.
“NVIDIA has become too proprietary, which is well known in the industry, so we’re going to fill that stack with oneAPI and do it in a way that’s more beneficial and open to the industry and their innovation,” he said.
oneAPI is an open programming model that covers different types of architectures, including Intel’s silicon products such as CPUs, GPUs, and FPGAs. While acknowledging that there is a gap with NVIDIA in the graphics business, the company hopes to outperform in features, performance and power consumption and offer it to consumers at a convincing price point.
EU responds to Apple’s “stifling innovation” challenge
In late September, the European Commission proposed requiring USB-C to become the standard charging port for all mobile devices, with Apple arguing that moving to a universal charging port would stifle innovation. The European Union responded yesterday and will continue to promote the proposal, and believes that this approach is more beneficial to consumers and the environment.
5G mobile phone
The latest ranking of global mobile phone shipments
The latest news shows that Canalys, a market research organization, recently released a survey report on the global smartphone market in the third quarter of this year.
According to the survey report, Samsung ranked first with a market share of 23%, which was consistent with the market share of the same period last year.
Apple regained the second place with a 15% market share, up from 12% in the same period last year, mainly due to the strong user demand for the iPhone 13 series.
Xiaomi ranks among the top three, with a market share of 14%, which is close to the same period last year; vivo and OPPO both ranked in the top five with a 10% share, and their market share has increased compared to last year.
Internet of Things
Wuhan University completely independently developed the world’s first high-precision audio positioning chip
A few days ago, Zhejiang Deqing Zhilu Navigation Research Institute Co., Ltd. released the world’s first high-precision indoor positioning audio chip based on RISC-V. technology. Relying on the platform of the State Key Laboratory of Surveying, Mapping and Remote Sensing Information Engineering of Wuhan University, the team is committed to solving the technical problems of unavailability and inaccessibility of outdoor satellite signals for indoor space and low indoor positioning accuracy. Integrate the three core technologies of positioning.
Investment and Financing
Setsu Technology received Pre A round of financing
The Industrial Intelligent Design Cloud Platform Service Provider – Setsu Technology has recently completed nearly tens of millions of yuan in Pre A round of financing. The company integrates artificial intelligence technology into industrial design software through its self-developed geometric engine and calculation engine. Combined with a large amount of data accumulated in the project, the efficiency of industrial design, simulation, process planning and manufacturing can be greatly improved. Dozens of hours of work in traditional workflows are reduced to minutes.