There have been signs that the impact of the US trade ban on Huawei may be waning, as the Chinese vendor has recently set an even more ambitious goal for its handset shipments for 2019. Huawei has also resumed orders for notebooks and 5G notebook development that it had suspended in the wake of the trade ban. While it is uncertain when Huawei may introduce its 5G notebooks, the next-generation cellular network technology is promising explosive growths for players across all IT sectors, such as the world's top pureplay foundry TSMC, who leads in cutting-edge 7nm and and more advanced processes.
Huawei resumes notebook orders, development of 5G models: Huawei has resumed pulling in new orders for notebooks and also restarted the development of 5G-enabled notebook models, according to sources from the vendor's Taiwan-based supply chain.
TSMC gearing up for another semiconductor supercycle: The global semiconductor market is set to enter a dynamic new phase of growth, as the era of 5G network looms around the corner. TSMC, the world's largest pure-play foundry, is also eyeing opportunities arising from 5G with its competitive 7nm and more advanced process technologies.