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Old 14-04-20, 08:59 AM
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It looks like Huawei plans to enter the GPU market this year

Can Huawei take out Nvidia's Tesla V100.



Read more about Huawei's Ascend 910 graphics card.

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Old 14-04-20, 09:03 AM
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Well well well... How did this manage to escape me, considering I work with Huawei almost daily.

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Old 14-04-20, 12:06 PM
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Well well well... How did this manage to escape me, considering I work with Huawei almost daily.

Sneaky!
Another Huawei market gimmick. It has nothing hardcore. Huawei is just a bunch of code monkeys optimizing software and think they are doing hardware stuff. Say goodbye to the old days when it had some routers that's actually good but not the best.
And its gimmick 5G is such a e show
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Old 14-04-20, 12:32 PM
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It's not a gimmick. And it's not for us.

The U.S has banned China from using any of AMD or Intel's CPUs in their govt computers. This includes all of Nvidia's industry stuff. You can see more about it here.



There is a video before that. I would watch it, even though he's boring AF.

Basically China need to develop their own stuff to use for the military etc. They tried to license a part of AMD but the U.S wised up and put a stop to it.

As thus they need CPUs and GPUs of their own. Not for gaming, they can still use AMD etc for that.

WC - it won't affect you is why. It has nothing to do with anything but industry in China.
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Old 14-04-20, 12:35 PM
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It's not a gimmick. And it's not for us.

The U.S has banned China from using any of AMD or Intel's CPUs in their govt computers. This includes all of Nvidia's industry stuff. You can see more about it here.



There is a video before that. I would watch it, even though he's boring AF.

Basically China need to develop their own stuff to use for the military etc. They tried to license a part of AMD but the U.S wised up and put a stop to it.

As thus they need CPUs and GPUs of their own. Not for gaming, they can still use AMD etc for that.

WC - it won't affect you is why. It has nothing to do with anything but industry in China.
I don't know why anyone would want to either. It'll contain more backdoors than our current ones do.
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I don't know why anyone would want to either. It'll contain more backdoors than our current ones do.
It's totally not for that at all.

It even states so in one of Huawei's articles.
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Old 14-04-20, 01:18 PM
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Another Huawei market gimmick. It has nothing hardcore. Huawei is just a bunch of code monkeys optimizing software and think they are doing hardware stuff. Say goodbye to the old days when it had some routers that's actually good but not the best.
And its gimmick 5G is such a e show
I can tell you, you are wrong with literally every thing you just said. I don't even need to debate it, I know with certainty

Huawei routers and base stations are better than Ericsson.

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WC - it won't affect you is why. It has nothing to do with anything but industry in China.
Oh that I know, but they usually like to inform us in our bi-weekly meetings of the goings on around the world. Like a summary if you will.
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Yeah Huawei's subsidary HiSilicon is seemingly the largest IC designer in China, and with the recent trade wars it's become more economical and feasible for the Chinese govt. to just invest heavily in their local companies than to import from the US, which was traditionally still their preferred route for top end computational hardware until trade wars increased the cost and barriers.

Of course, original plans for these trade war tactics probably assumed China would take a fair bit longer to get within the same ballpark of existing hardware, though also likely didn't predict the Chinese govt. would throw quite as much money at silicon R&D companies/research groups/universities as they have. It's borderline being wholly treated as part of their defence spending now.
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That chip is massive, even without the HBM.
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It's totally not for that at all.

It even states so in one of Huawei's articles.
Oh, I know. I'm just stating if it was available overseas, who would want it?
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