Taking a picture of the stunning landscapes and vistas we encounter in daily life using our smartphones can bring about challenges. Sometimes, the images can differ from what we see with our own eyes: shadowed areas come out too dark, the sky becomes overexposed, and subtle details essential to the view can become obscured.
Samsung has launched its SAFE (Samsung Advanced Foundry Ecosystem) Cloud Design Platform (CDP), designed in collaboration with Rescale for the company’s fabless customers. The platform provides a virtual environment where Samsung Foundry’s customers can develop chips in the cloud.
Huawei recently released a new technology for antennas CableFree. The new technology will enable base station antennas to significantly improve in multiple key capabilities, including integration, radiation efficiency, and power capacity.
At the Industrial Digital Transformation Conference 2020 which was livestreamed globally, Huawei officially released its Intelligent Data Center Service Solution.
Samsung has begun mass producing the industry’s first 16-gigabyte (GB) LPDDR5 mobile DRAM package for next-generation premium smartphones.
The European Parliament has voted in favour of a common charger between manufacturers .
Vivo, OPPO and Xiaomi launch "Peer-to-Peer Transmission Alliance" to enable seamless file transfer with just one click. New file transfer system launched in anticipation of 5G adoption.
Huawei's 5G MEC solution won the Wireless Innovation Award at the 21st World Communication Award Ceremony held in London by Total Telecom. The award reflects the industry's recognition of Huawei's 5G MEC solution in technical innovation, business, and ecosystem construction.
At the Technology & Services World Conference, Huawei Enterprise received the prestigious Rated Outstanding Assisted Support EMEA certification from TSIA. According to the TSIA, The Rated Outstanding Assisted Support EMEA certification, shows that Huawei meets the highest industry standards for Customer Support for their EMEA Enterprise operations.
Chip manufacturer ARM is to resume its supply of chips to Huawei after cutting them off in May thanks to the US-China trade war. ARM has concluded an investigation by its legal team which found its designs are of UK origin, and so supplying the Chinese tech manufacturer with them would not breach the embargo placed on Huawei by the US.