tiistai 28. helmikuuta 2012

Kiinaprosessorit

Kiina aikoo olla huipputeknologian ykkönen monilla aloilla.

China’s answer to Intel is the state-owned Loongson corporation, which has been receiving increasingly large slices of government technology funding since it was founded in 2002. The company’s latest generation of chips is not the world’s fastest, but clock speeds of over 1 GHz make the chips capable of running some pretty demanding applications. The first desktop PC based on a Loongson chip appeared in 2006, and the processor can be used in servers, netbooks and tablet computers. Loongson chips also power the Sunway Bluelight supercomputer, one of 20 fastest computers ever built.
http://www.smartplanet.com/blog/global-observer/in-china-homegrown-computer-chips-inspired-by-chairman-mao/4445

http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/02/26/huawei-takes-on-apple-and-samsung-with-the-ascend/

http://www.cio.com/article/700883/Huawei_Releases_Quad_Core_Smartphone_with_Its_Own_Processor
http://techcrunch.com/2012/02/28/tcmwc-the-huawei-ascend-d-quad-is-one-of-the-nicest-phones-youll-never-buy/

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