In the past two years, Huawei has had to seek transformation under external pressure. Its own Kirin Chips have been out of print, but Huawei is now paying more attention to semiconductor card neck technology. In the past two years, it has invested in nearly 40 semiconductor companies, with a book profit of more than 30 times.
Huawei mainly invests abroad through its subsidiary Hubble. The company was established in 2019 with Bai Yi as its legal representative and a registered capital of 2.7 trillion yuan. The general business projects are venture capital business.
According to the company’s information, Hubble Technology’s group is Huawei, which is 100% owned by Huawei Investment Holdings Co., Ltd.
According to the company’s information, since its establishment, Hubble Investments has invested in nearly 40 companies, mainly in key markets such as semiconductor materials and equipment. The investment fields cover analog chips, silicon carbide materials, power chips, artificial intelligence chips, and in-vehicle communications. Chips, connectors and other popular product lines in the current semiconductor industry.
Recently, Huawei Hubble has invested in companies involving EDA, lithography machine light sources, third-generation semiconductors, etc., which are all key neck-stuck technologies.
According to statistics, although the amount of Huawei’s investment is not high, the book floating profit of nearly 40 companies in the past two years is very good, the return rate is more than 30 times, and the income amount is as high as 2 billion yuan.