Am fan of Huawei.. Best of luck
It makes sense that this is catered for government contracts, considering Intel so much as admits openly that their CPUs have a backdoor.
So we have Windows with SQ1/SQ2, macOS with M1, and an unknown OS with Kunpeng ARM chip. If it really runs on Linux, I wonder if it would be based on Debian.
Peter-B, 19 Nov 2020Note that 180W is for the 64-core part, which this is not. Here's more info on the CPU: ... moreI hope they manufacture a mobile version soon. It would make an interesting battle royale
AMD graphics is a good choice. Support is built into the Linux kernel. Even better than Mali.
Hope someone like Linus can get their hands on one. Would very much like to know how well it performs. Looks like a nice Workstation board. Will also need to know how good the software support is. It'll run linux but how is the kernel support for the new cpu?
Mythi, 19 Nov 2020Such a shocker! A country that looks after it's companies and private sector, OMG such... moreTechnically, Alibaba and other web services are "under scrutiny" in China. Though, in China it's all about political power. Xi is worried that his lies will drown in the noise of the interwebs.
Peter-B, 19 Nov 2020Note that 180W is for the 64-core part, which this is not. Here's more info on the CPU:
... moreAnd the 28W on the M1 is for the whole system.
Those 180W are just for the CPU cluster; RAM, I/O, storage, GPU, etc will add much more additional wattage.
[deleted post]Such a shocker!
A country that looks after it's companies and private sector, OMG such an INSANE concept!
The difference between US companies and shady Chinese "businesses" is that at the minimum a large corporation like for example Apple can be sued, tried, fined and be forced to make amends to their policies, when is the last time a Chinese piece of crap was sued for customer mistreatment, like lets say, when your poopy Poco phone has a defection?
ShinjiM, 19 Nov 2020Read it again, iy''s 64 cores with that TDP, lazy to read? Why would you think he was lazy to read? He actually pointed out the comparison the other guy made no sense. Its like you are lazy at comprehension.
Anonymous, 19 Nov 2020Well, the next thing you hear is that Huawei will have their own Refrigerator, washing machine... moreSoon Huawei will start mass production of their own LED panels.
This sh** is getting real crazy.
jamalu96, 19 Nov 20208 cores vs 64 coresRead it again, iy''s 64 cores with that TDP, lazy to read?
Well, the next thing you hear is that Huawei will have their own Refrigerator, washing machine just like LG, aircon , all household and office electronics and gadgets ,and probably they might even create their own car, who knows, and they might able to pull it up because they are supported with their government . Believe me, in the future, you will huawei brand on most things. CCP was planting a seed and was successfully groomed it to a big tree that can devour weeds and existing old trees.
AnonD-945200, 19 Nov 2020well, china already developed their own Windows counterpart. soon they will be independent fro... moreIt wasn't hard for them. Especially when Huawei had to develop their own OS considering their Google business ban.
SteveFOX, 19 Nov 2020180W TDP against 28W for the M1. Sure, they are on the same level :)8 cores vs 64 cores
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