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    Huawei invests in lithographic devices - an attempt to break the monopoly

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    To build the processors and chips that make up the beating heart of electronic devices at all levels, an advanced level of modern technology is needed, making it the second most accurate industry in the world after aircraft manufacturing. The technology of making lithographic devices used by this industry for the production of chips, but to date has been the monopoly of only a few Western companies and others have no choice but to use the technology of these companies. Reports in this regard, however, indicate that Huawei is trying to build lithographic devices and break the monopoly in one of the most advanced human sciences.

     <b>Huawei</b> <b>invests</b> in <b>lithographic</b> <b>devices</b> - an <b>attempt</b> to <b>break</b> the <b>monopoly</b>

    Recent reports indicate that Huawei has invested heavily in the development of chip devices, which, if successful, will meet not only Huawei's needs in this area. It can be considered as a big step in transforming the chip industry.

    Huawei invests in chip industry

    New news in this regard: Hubble Technology Investment (as a subsidiary of Huawei) invests 88 million yuan (at the current exchange rate close to $ 12.8 million) in RSLaser Opto-Electronics Technology points out that it will practically make Huawei the seventh largest shareholder in the company. RSLaser Opto-Electronics Technology, which specializes in the development of optical systems used in the production of lithographic chips, is known as the first independent designer and developer of high-power excimer lasers <b>Huawei</b> Investment in Lithography <b>devices</b> - <b>attempt</b> to <b>break</b> Monopoly

    Huawei Investment Department, established in April 2019, has so far been involved in 28 related companies. It has invested in the semiconductor industry. Huawei's investment includes areas such as the production of analog chips, the silicon carbide material used to make chips, power supply chips, artificial intelligence chips, chips used in cars and connectors.

    Huawei's vision to break the monopoly of American companies Huawei's large investment in the development of lithographic devices comes at a time when these devices are facing production constraints and are struggling to meet the growing global demand for electrical equipment. Therefore, access to lithographic devices can be a trump card for Huawei and even an achievement in the service of the whole world. Light source or radiation systems are one of the three key components of lithography devices, and RSLaser Opto-Electronics has previously successfully produced its first high-power excimer laser to break the monopoly of this advanced technology. p> <b>Huawei</b> <b>invests</b> in <b>lithographic</b> <b>devices</b> - an <b>attempt</b> to <b>break</b> the monopoly Know the strategic importance of lithographic devices

    not bad An EUV lithography machine, used to make modern chips used in computers, mobile phones and the like, is made up of nearly 100,000 different components and is valued at nearly $ 120 million. This device is the size of a bus stop and must be transported in 40 containers. The main problem is that the production capacity of lithographic devices in the world is very limited and only a small number of them are produced per year. <b>Huawei</b> <b>invests</b> in <b>lithographic</b> <b>devices</b> - an <b>attempt</b> to <b>break</b> the monopoly

    The German company ASML is almost the only current manufacturer of lithographic devices in the world that sells its equipment to chip-making giants; A monopoly that Huawei is now seeking to break with such investments.

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