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Optane DC Persistent Memory – Proven, industrial strength or full of hype - Detail, part 1

Several non-Intel sites suggest that Intel’s storage class memory (Lenovo abbreviates these as DCPMM, while many others refer to them with the more generic term NVDIMM) delivers a read latency of roughly 5 times slower than DRAM, e.g. 1,329 more words

Google, Intel & Others Cut Ties With Huawei As Trade War Heats Up

The Commerce Department officially blacklisted Huawei and dozens of its affiliates Friday afternoon, and one business day later, we’re starting to see some major Western companies severing their business ties with Huawei, a trend that could have seriously dire consequences for the Chinese telecoms giant. 129 more words


U.S. Government Quietly Replaced Former Intel CEO as Its Top Drone Policy Advisor

Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao turned to a longtime if little known member of the Federal Aviation Administration’s Drone Advisory Committee to head the group, after last year’s quiet departure of founding chairman Brian Krzanich. 471 more words


Google Adds to Huawei Woes With New Restrictions 

US tech company, Google has added to Chinese technology firm, Huawei’s woes with new restrictions to its Android operating system.

New designs of Huawei smartphones will lose access to some Google applications. 205 more words


Valuable News - 2019/05/20

The Valuable News weekly series is dedicated to provide summary about news, articles and other interesting stuff mostly but not always related to the UNIX or BSD systems. 462 more words

How China Can Cripple US Economy

Since the US-China trade talks collapsed two weeks ago, Trump has ratcheted up the economic war against China. In the latest move, the US government put Huawei on the “entity list,” thereby virtually stopping all US companies — hardware and software — from supplying any components to Huawei, which spends about $11 billion a year on American products. 668 more words

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