Just now, Huawei released its operating results for the first half of 2021 on its official website. The company achieved sales revenue of 320.4 billion yuan and a net profit margin of 9.8%.
Just now, Huawei released its operating results for the first half of 2021 on its official website. The company achieved sales revenue of 320.4 billion yuan and a net profit margin of 9.8%. Among them, the operator business income was 136.9 billion yuan, the enterprise business income was 42.9 billion yuan, and the consumer business income was 135.7 billion yuan.
It should be pointed out that the revenue and profit of this semi-annual report do not include the previous comprehensive acquisition of the Honor brand by Shenzhen Zhixin New Information Technology Co., Ltd. In this regard, Huawei officials pointed out that the overall operating results were in line with expectations.
survive with quality
In the face of the report card for the first half of the year, Xu Zhijun, Huawei’s rotating chairman, said: “We have made clear the company’s strategic goal for the next five years, that is, by creating value for customers and partners, to survive and to survive with quality. Looking forward to the whole year, although Revenue from the consumer business declined due to external influences, but we are confident that the carrier business and enterprise business will still achieve steady growth.” Looking back at Huawei’s operating performance in the first half of 2020, it achieved sales revenue of RMB 454 billion, of which the carrier business Revenue was RMB 159.6 billion, corporate business revenue was RMB 36.3 billion, and consumer business revenue was RMB 255.8 billion. Comparing the two, it is not difficult to find that Huawei’s consumer business in the first half of 2021 has dropped by nearly half year-on-year, and the decline in consumer business is also an important reason for its decline in revenue. Xu Zhijun’s “external influence” is natural. Needless to say.
Since being included in the entity list, tragic words such as struggle, hardship, and self-help have always revolved around Huawei. Whether it is the release of Hongmeng OS, the active deployment of smart life scenarios, or the entry into the autonomous driving market, we can all see The confidence to face Huawei positively and strive for change.
A few days ago, Huawei released the much-anticipated P50 series. This belated spring conference was a bit sad, but to a certain extent, it also gave the outside world the hope of “recovery” of Huawei’s 5G mobile phones.
Since the official warm-up poster was released, speculations about the P50 series chips have emerged one after another – how many HiSilicon chips are there? Can Huawei mobile phones still use 5G? Facts have proved that the situation is not optimistic. Although the 9000 and Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chips support 5G, they can only be used as 4G chips, and the reason is mainly related to the shortage of radio frequency Modules, the core components in smartphones.
The performance of the RF front-end chip directly determines the communication mode that the terminal can support, as well as important performance indicators such as received signal strength, call stability, and transmit power, which directly affect the communication quality of the terminal. Therefore, although part of the Huawei P50 Pro is equipped with Huawei’s Kirin 9000 5G chip, since there is only a baseband chip and no radio frequency module, the P50 still cannot support the entire 5G network.
Surprisingly, yesterday, a blogger broke the news that Huawei’s flagship Mate50 at the end of the year will use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 898 chip, and the 5G version will be available in the second quarter of 2022, and it may be earlier, which means that Huawei needs to We will wait and see if the domestic 5G radio frequency chip will be completed in the past year.
As Xu Zhijun said: “In the face of challenges, all Huawei employees have shown extraordinary courage and strength, and thank them for their efforts. Huawei still firmly believes that innovation in digital technology can bring new solutions to new problems faced by human society. Through product and technological innovation, help promote the arrival of a low-carbon society and a smart society.”
Enterprise business achieves positive growth
While Huawei is striving to protect its consumer business, its enterprise business has brought a lot of “surprises”. Compared with the consumer business, Huawei’s enterprise business has a more complex ecosystem, covering digital government, smart parks, energy, transportation, finance, education, medical care, retail and other industries, with more blooms.
Huawei teamed up with Shanghai to release the latest results of refined governance of megacities, and established the Shanghai “One Network Management” City Intelligence Application and Service Empowerment Center;
Huawei teamed up with Zhangjiagang to create a county-level city agent Model;
Huawei joins hands with Fuzhou to build the “First City of Digital Applications”;
Create a digital economy model city based on the city agent architecture.
Huawei has signed comprehensive strategic cooperation agreements with CITIC Group, China Pacific Insurance, Weihai City Commercial Bank, and Tianjin Binhai Rural Commercial Bank.
The ultra-remote intelligent intelligent control center project jointly launched by Huawei and SIPG was officially released. This is the first time that a global port has applied F5G technology to a port ultra-remote control operation scenario.
Huawei signed strategic cooperation agreements with PetroChina International Pipeline Co., Ltd., Guangdong Energy Group Co., Ltd., and PetroChina Changqing Oilfield Branch.
Huawei and China Construction Research Institute released the “Building Energy Efficiency Cloud Solution”.
In addition, benefiting from 5G network construction and its own technology accumulation, Huawei’s operator business still maintains strong resilience, which is also confirmed by the operator’s recent centralized procurement.
write at the end
In April of this year, Xu Zhijun mentioned that Huawei has no illusions about being removed from the Entity List, and is ready to work and live under the Entity List for a long time. Now it seems that Huawei is trying to make up for the sudden decline in its consumer business with its technology accumulation in the operator business field and its accumulation in the enterprise business field. At the same time, whether it is investing in the semiconductor industry from multiple dimensions or insisting on the research and development of the HiSilicon team, it can be seen that Huawei has not given up on the consumer business.
While striving to protect the smartphone business, Huawei adheres to the “1+8+N” all-scenario smart life strategy, takes HarmonyOS and HMS ecology as the core driving and service capabilities, and focuses on smart office, sports health, smart home, and smart travel. It provides solutions for five major life scenarios based on audio and video entertainment.
The road is long and long, and it is coming. Looking forward to Huawei’s better performance in the second half of the year.
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