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China’s Huawei Launches Server Chipset

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Udit Agarwal
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  • Huawei Technologies Company has now finally revealed a new processor chip for the servers as the Chinese telecommunications gear giant has now pushed ahead with the expansion despite the closer scrutiny from the abroad.
  • The company as of now has shipped around 100000 server units in the year 2018, a 25 percent increased from 2017, according to the report by the Huawei.

Huawei Technologies Company has now finally revealed a new processor chip for the servers as the Chinese telecommunications gear giant has now pushed ahead with the expansion despite the closer scrutiny from the abroad.

The Kunpeng 920 is built with the help of a cutting edge 7-nanometer process and uses the semiconductor architecture of the ARM holdings, the company revealed in a report. The new chips would also compete with the dominant x86 server architecture which is used by the American giant Intel Corp and with the Advanced Micro Devices Inc.

Huawei is also hosting no some other signs of tempering its ambitions even after a number of setbacks on the international stage. CFO Meng Wanzhou has also been arrested last ten year on the allegations of violating some of the sanctions on the US< Iran and its allies are also questioning its securely and with some other wireless customers have also resisted with the help of its latest technology. The company has long rejected suggestions its gear poses a risk.

The Kunpeng 920 performs the 25 percent higher than the industry benchmark which also operates at a better power efficiency than its peers and will also boost up the development of the big data, the company revealed. The company has also revealed a new server based on the processors.

“Huawei has invested patiently and intensively in computing innovation to make breakthroughs continuously,” Chief Strategy Marketing Officer William Xu said in the statement. “Huawei and Intel will continue our long-term strategic partnerships and continue to innovate together.”

The company as of now has shipped around 100000 server units in the year 2018, a 25 percent increased from 2017, according to the report by the Huawei.

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