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Tam

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Huawei should transfer its Kirin technology to MediaTek. That would really be a good way to punish the US for sanctions by rewarding one of its competitors.
Patent licensing would be good in exchange for chips. This would bring Mediatek's chips up to snuff in 5G and AI technologies. Deals like this can be made with Samsung, and it would make Mediatek's and Samsung's chips more competitive against Qualcomm's.
 
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styx

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mediatek is not the solution, the solution is to slowly ban qualcomm chips and american technology in general from phones sold in china. The chinese phone market is first in the world by far. This action will slowly strangle usa tech firms and make a deep cut between tsmc and usa. Impose kirin processors in all china cell phones. Play the long game
 
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Weaasel

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Great progress had been achieved from the flash memory front.

from cnTechPost

Yangtze Memory's 128-layer QLC flash memory debuts with highest I/O speed
2020-08-14 23:48:14 GMT+8 | cnTechPost
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Yangtze Memory's 128-layer QLC flash memory debuts with highest I/O speed-cnTechPost's 128-layer QLC flash memory debuts with highest I/O speed-cnTechPost

After announcing the successful development of 128-layer QLC 3D flash memory on April 13 this year, Yangtze Memory Technologies, China's top memory chipmaker under the umbrella of Tsinghua Unigroup, publicly demonstrated its 128-layer QLC 3D NAND flash memory chip at the China Electronic Information Expo held today.

Yangtze Memory showcased a 64-layer, a 128-layer stack of flash memory this time, of which the former is the first 64-layer flash memory developed and mass-produced by a Chinese company. It is based on the Xtacking stacking architecture, and the storage density per unit area is the largest in its class.

At present, the main product of Yangtze Memory's mass production is 64-layer TLC flash memory, which has been adopted by a large number of manufacturers' SSD hard drives.
The 128-layer QLC flash memory shown by Yangtze Memory is the next generation product after 64-layer flash memory, based on the Xtacking 2.0 architecture.
According to the company, the uniqueness of this product is that it is the industry's first 128-layer QLC 3D NAND. It has the highest storage density per unit area, the highest I/O transmission speed and the highest single NAND flash memory chip capacity among known models.
In terms of performance, Yangtze Memory revealed that the two products have 1.6Gbps I/O read and write performance, and the single 3D QLC capacity is as high as 1.33Tb, which is 5.33 times that of the previous generation of 64 layers.
How much and what equipment does Yangtze use per nationality source: Chinese, US ally, US. Any foreign equipment and even material sources such as photoresists and etching gases or liquids that it utilizes makes it vulnerable to supply disruptions. Contingencies should be enacted to ensure ALL equipment and material requirements that it utilizes for its processes can be readily sourced from Chinese companies.
 

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Very good thing, China should no longer depend on Taiwanese companies like Foxconn, Wistron or Pegatron
So this is how things are going. American products are being assembled in Vietnam with locally made components manufactured by Chinese owned companies or joined ventures. While the same American products are being assembled in China with completely Chinese made components. This is actually a better set-up for China tech advancement. An unintended consequent cause by Trump.
I don't know whether Apple will take Indian made components en masse, which might give the Chinese some serious competition.
 

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This is an old article from a few months. The only American part in the top of the line Huawei phone (at that time) was the Gorilla Glass from Corning Glass.

May 14, 2020
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supercat

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China's boron neutron capture therapy (BNCT) system has started animal trial.
According to Liang Tianjiao, deputy director of the institute's Dongguan branch, radiation therapy starts by injecting the patient with a boron-containing drug that can accumulate in cancer cells. The patient is then irradiated with a neutron beam for less than an hour. When the boron in the cancer cells is hit by the neutron beam, the resulting nuclear capture and fission reactions produce high-energy alpha particles and lithium nuclei, which can destroy cancer cells with high accuracy.

"Both alpha particles and lithium nuclei have a very short impact range, just one-cell long, so they will not damage neighboring tissue while killing the cancerous cells," said Liang.

Liang added that BNCT is an effective treatment for head and neck tumors, and can also potentially treat liver, lung and pancreatic cancers.
 

Gatekeeper

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I'm wondering if any of you techy guys can help me.

My wife saw an ad advertising 5G on a mobile phone in the UK. She said how could this be possible if we are going to rip out Huawei's gear.

My replied was, they are continuing with 5G using Nokia and Ericsson.

Then she said how come? They don't have the tech that Huawei has? They are not 5G capable, Huawei holds all the patent etc.

I'm still for an answer. Anyone here got a good explanation please. Thanks
 

localizer

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I'm wondering if any of you techy guys can help me.

My wife saw an ad advertising 5G on a mobile phone in the UK. She said how could this be possible if we are going to rip out Huawei's gear.

My replied was, they are continuing with 5G using Nokia and Ericsson.

Then she said how come? They don't have the tech that Huawei has? They are not 5G capable, Huawei holds all the patent etc.

I'm still for an answer. Anyone here got a good explanation please. Thanks

I believe what happens is the base 5G technology is licensed as a package to Huawei, Nokia,... who get to further develop on it and put their spin on it and then onto the market. Remember that a significant portion of 5G is built upon previous standards such as 4G/LTE.
 

AndrewS

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I'm wondering if any of you techy guys can help me.

My wife saw an ad advertising 5G on a mobile phone in the UK. She said how could this be possible if we are going to rip out Huawei's gear.

My replied was, they are continuing with 5G using Nokia and Ericsson.

Then she said how come? They don't have the tech that Huawei has? They are not 5G capable, Huawei holds all the patent etc.

I'm still for an answer. Anyone here got a good explanation please. Thanks
fair, reasonable, and non-discriminatory (FRAND) licensing terms, as required from the 5G standards body

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