On September 15, Huawei’s rotating chairman, Xu Zhijun, attended the 2023 World Computing Conference, emphasizing the importance of creating an independent computing industry ecosystem. China’s computing industry has faced many challenges in different basic fields, including servers, operating systems, databases, processors, memory storage chips, and RAID cards, according to his speech. He acknowledged the current gap in chips, servers, and PCs between domestic products and foreign competitors. He also suggested that Chinese customers should choose domestic products to drive progress in related advanced technologies. On August 29, Huawei finally unveiled the Mate 60 Pro with 5G connectivity, featuring a self-developed Kirin chip, processed with 7nm technology. This is a significant milestone for Huawei after three years of US sanctions, as it marks the company’s return to 5G. [IThome, in Chinese]