Now we need another Fukushima Powerplant to power this beast :-)
NSA, 08 Jan 2019Huawei products have no backdoor for NSA and CIA, so it is a threat to USA national securitySo, regardless what is the data handle and on each OSI layer is broadcasted between point A and B, without a direct backdoor access on point A you won't be able to get access to the data? Hmm... before typing something as ridiculous as you did, I would ask someone with network security and/or cybersecurity background. Simple answer, unless you got an isolated device from any network, impossible is nothing ;)
NSA, 08 Jan 2019Huawei products have no backdoor for NSA and CIA, so it is a threat to USA national securityQuite possibly and considering they are the country that effectively runs the free world I would expect them to have security threat's to their network(s) a big issue.
Huawei products have no backdoor for NSA and CIA, so it is a threat to USA national security
Kangal, 07 Jan 2019I wonder how this compares to: ....Amazon's recent ARM-Server. And the new AMD Ryzen/Threadr... moreYou crafted dream to topple Huawei. One great display of patriotism and stronghold.
[deleted post]Once upon a time in China, new Arm-based cpu created.
Anonymous, 07 Jan 2019Huawei is innovating like crazy, no one can deny itI think they steal technology more than innovate.
Anonymous, 07 Jan 2019Good job. Asis web servers contribute significantly to global warming.Right, which is why China and many other Asian countries take full responsibility of the environmental harm that their technological advancements create, hence the creation of toxic chemical filters by Asian engineers.
Good job. Asis web servers contribute significantly to global warming.
So if we follow the trend of what Huawei claims to achieve before the actual product being tested then it will be a marginal increase over what's already in place?
I wonder how this compares to:
....Amazon's recent ARM-Server.
And the new AMD Ryzen/Threadripper servers.
And the current Industry Standard, Intel Xeon servers (Core i).
And the old standard, Intel Atom-Xeon servers.
I have a feeling Google is out there making a Supercomputer/server based on an even better/newer ARM microarchitecture and the latest 7nm lithography, and they may or may not announce it. Nvidia could also be dabbing with the concept. And let's not forget the elephant in the room which is IBM and their special blend of large servers/supercomputers.