European software companies say: ensure support to Chinese customers

 European software companies say: ensure support to Chinese customers

European software companies are making every effort to ensure the continuous provision of services to Chinese customers under the restrictions imposed by the United States on the use of U.S. technology and software to produce high-tech products.

For example, in response to the urgent need for chip design software in Chinas vigorous development of integrated circuits, Zhu Qingping, director of Chinas high-tech industry of Dassault systems, said in an exclusive interview with first finance reporter: we are paying close attention to the needs of Chinas semiconductor industry, and will provide new software design models for Chinese enterprises, whether in terms of packaging, chip stacking or new In the future, there will be further actions.

Dassault introduced to the first financial reporter that the companys solutions in the semiconductor industry are developed from the European and American markets, but it is clear that Asia and China are the next important markets with growth potential.

An insider of Dassault system told the first finance and economics reporter that in recent years, Dassault system has gradually begun to beautify and reduce the proportion of software development using American technology patents, so as to ensure that the customers served will not be affected.

We are a global company that respects a range of compliance such as global export controls. Zhang Ying, President of Greater China region of Dassault systems, told the first financial reporter, our cooperation experience with Huawei has set a benchmark for the industry. The volume of Huawei and the demand for high-tech solutions determine that our business will not be reduced due to the current trade disputes.

Its not just Dassault. Sun Lijun, global vice president of German software giant sap, told reporters at the summer Yabuli forum that new infrastructure is to use new technologies to build infrastructure such as 5g and artificial intelligence. For Chinese enterprises, the demand for digitalization is not only a cost investment, but also a just need.

Sun Lijun pointed out that compared with developed countries, Chinas overall investment in it is still low, accounting for only about 10.8% of the global IT investment, which is lower than the proportion of GDP in the world. There is a big gap between Chinas IT investment and that of developed countries, and the market growth space is still large.

She also said that after the epidemic, enterprises investment in it will increase, and SAPs performance in the first half of this year went against the trend, proving that enterprises demand for digitalization is just needed.

For example, some of Chinas car companies have been leading the way in the construction of information technology, and have invested for many years. Digitalization has brought them business model transformation. Sun Lijun said.

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