Huawei started selling its chips to third parties

Huawei has previously said that it could start selling its chips to third-party manufacturers. And so

they turned from words to action.

What they sell

A subsidiary of Huawei HiSilicon announced the start of sales of Balong 711 modems.

These are 4G modems, released in 2014 and designed for the Internet of Things segment: surveillance cameras, vending machines and other devices that require a stable Internet connection.

HiSilicon serial production of chips is carried out by third parties such as TSMC.

Since its launch, Balong 711 modems have been used in 100 million Huawei devices.