On May 4th, Academician Ni Guangnan issued an article on the ZTE event today. He said: “The ZTE event revealed a problem that you are not your own core technology and depend on others; another very important risk that has not been exposed is Network information security issues. Therefore, early deployment requires that the core technology of the head is very important. Today can be passed. There can be no assurance that this problem will not occur tomorrow. ”
Ni Guangnan said in an interview earlier that even "Beidou" can break through, and the difficulty of the chip can't reach this order of magnitude: "The previous GPS positioning was difficult because he was aerospace technology plus Internet communication technology." The difficulty of the Beidou is more than that of the general cyber-trust system. It is difficult, but it must be done. We have not made it in more than a decade. ”
The following is the article written by Ni Guangnan:
Recently, the chip industry has drawn everyone’s attention and talked about my views:
1, the chip just came out may be not quite smooth, after a few more smooth, there is a law. We said that success on the first day was not easy for the first version, but it was more solid to do it and try to be successful as soon as possible.
2. Small businesses can do some innovations, but the establishment of the system and the establishment of an ecological environment should play a greater role for those big companies.
3. One of the problems exposed by the ZTE incident is that you are not relying on your core technology and relying on others. Another important risk that has not yet been exposed is the issue of network information security. Therefore, early deployment requires that the core technology of the head is very important. Today can be passed. There can be no assurance that this problem will not occur tomorrow.
4. In the area of cyber letter, it is still necessary to solve the core technical problems through independent innovation.
5. Our background is that our core technology can only rely on ourselves, and there are few opportunities for people to transfer core technologies to you.