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ZTE: 5g base station and other main control chips have achieved 7Nm commercial, 5nm in the experiment

via:驱动之家     time:2020/10/11 11:31:00     readed:98

In the mobile communication and network equipment industry, we all know that Huawei is a manufacturer that can develop 7Nm and 5nm chips, but ZTE, another company, can do the same. Today, vice president of ZTE said that self-developed 7Nm chips have been commercialized on 5g base station and other master control chips.

According to Li Hui, vice president of ZTE, mkt and general manager of government and Enterprise Department of solutions, all products displayed by ZTE are based on independent innovation and are completely localized.

On the main control chip of 5g wireless base station, switch and other equipment, ZTE's 7Nm chip has been commercially available, and 5nm is still in the experimental stage.

Li Hui said that many people did not know about ZTE's independent innovation and development in chips and operating systems before. In the past, we all used them for our own use. In fact, we have invested a lot of people in R & D, such as nearly 4000 people in Chengdu to develop their own operating systems.

However, Li Hui did not explicitly mention their 7Nm chip type and model.

In July this year,ZTE has responded to rumors about 7Nm and 5nm semiconductor chipsZTE said that in the field of chip design, ZTE is focused on the design of communication chips and does not have the ability to produce and manufacture chips. In the design of special communication chip, the company has more than 20 years of experience accumulation, with the chip system architecture to the back-end physical implementation of the whole process of customized design capabilities;

ZTE said,

中兴:5G基站等主控芯片已经实现7nm商用、5nm在实验中

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