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Oxford will “not pursue new funding opportunities… at present” with Huawei. Universities usually resist pressure from the security forces, but Oxford has given in and blocked any new projects. (BBC)
Huawei supports work at the Universities of Cambridge, Surrey, Cardiff as well as Imperial CollegeContinue reading
” Human society has no such urgent need for 5G. People’s current needs are broadband, and the main content of 5G is not broadband ”
“4G, which is enough for use.”
“4G we provide can reach 300~400 megabytes”
Ren is echoing what the technical community knows. The 4G advances are more than enough for 97%
“5G has actually exaggerated its role, and more people have exaggerated the achievements of Huawei. Because we ran too fast, our young people couldn’t hold back their excitement, and when they talked about it, they exaggerated things. In fact, human society has no such urgent need for 5G. People’s current needs are broadband, and the main content of 5G is not broadband. 5G has a very, very large connotation. The occurrence of these connotations requires more demand and a long period of time. Don’t think of 5G as a wave, the tide is coming, wealth is coming, catch it quickly, and you can’t miss it. The development of 5G must be slow. Japan and South Korea are still 4G, and Japan and South Korea are very good at using 4G, which is enough for use. Our 4G is not used well. Opening my mobile phone is only 20~30 megabytes. In fact, the 4G we provide can reach 300~400 megabytes, which is enough to watch 8K TV. But our network, when opened during the day, only two or thirty trillion, can only see 4K,
Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas claims, “Huawei is effectively an intelligence-gathering arm of the Chinese Communist Party whose founder and CEO was an engineer for the People’s Liberation Army. … they should receive nothing less than the death penalty-which this denial order would provide.”
This is ridiculous. It’s certainly possible that sometime in the last decade, Huawei somewhere cooperated with its government. Cisco, Microsoft, and Intel regularly do so. No evidence has been presented, making it wildly unlikely it regularly “gathers intelligence.”
Should China demand the “death penalty” for Verizon, which almost certainly assists the U.S. government worldwide
If the Chinese leadership isn’t stupid, they are carrying out a crash project to produce alternatives to the few products not currently “Made in China.”Continue reading
The OBSBOT Tail (left) can automatically track a basketball player across the court in a crowd or track a skateboarder up and down across the rink. No cameraman needed.
Do watch the videos below. It’s on a three-axis gimbal and can rotate a full 360 degrees while shooting 4K.
Inside is a Huawei HiSilicon 3559A AI chip which delivers teraflops of computing power. The system can recognize hand gestures for control, adjust camera parameters based on the scene, and track a person despite the people around her.
The camera is available on Kickstarter for about US$500. Do click through and watch amazing video.Continue reading
Weijing Wang, Huawei sales director, was arrested on suspicion of spying. No evidence was presented that the company was involved or approved. An executive from Orange was arrested as well. No other information has been released. Update: Huawei fired him.
Huawei has brought InterDigital to court in China demanding a reasonable royalty. U.S. and British courts are part of a broken system that if unchecked would add 40% to 70% to the cost of an inexpensive smartphone.* That’s unacceptable if you believe connecting the world is important.
Huawei initially won a ruling in China that a “reasonable” royalty “should not exceed 0.019% of the actual sales price of each Huawei product.”Continue reading
From China Weibo to U.S. AppleInsider, stories appeared that a post on Huawei’s Twitter account used an iPhone. Huawei promptly cut the salaries of the employee responsible and his boss by US$700 and dropped them in
Apparently, Huawei’s VPN wasn’t working, a common problem for people accessing Twitter in China. The guy found an iPhone with a Hong Kong SIM and posted New Year’s greetings. The post automatically included “Twitter for iPhone.” From
Dec 27, Ren wrote, “We want to put credibility as the first priority, on top of features, features, and schedules. Unless the customer trusts our products, these excellent features have no chance to be worthwhile.”
” We need to reconstruct the corrupted architecture and historical code … even the best architecture has limited vitality. As time goes by … the architecture will be corrupted”
Over the past 100 years, many successful companies in the world have fallen because they cannot adapt to change.Continue reading
Guo Ping’s New Year Message. “Setbacks will only makes us more courageous, and incredibly unfair treatment will drive us to become the world’s number one. Behind the greatness is suffering, difficulties and pressure will only make us more united and stronger. We will be able to realize our vision and mission: bring the digital world to everyone, Every family and every organization builds a smart world. … On the contrary, these extreme unfair events have pushed us to the top of the world.”
Sales are US$108 billion, up 21%. 200 million phones, 10,000 5G base stations, and more. Anyone trying to understand Huawei will want to read the whole speech. (In English)