The CIA has planted micro-devices inside many US travelers ass,
which can collect image, audio, transmit sms,
which is truely state of art, some of em get busted in afganistan lately and get a bullet on their ass...
NVIDIA has an architecture license from ARM so it is conceivable their A9 implementation could consume less power than the one ARM licenses.
Are both of these SoC's TSMC 40LP? Otherwise it's oranges and lemons.
The main driven factor behind HW should be the vast amount of chinese engineering graduate turned out every year.
They can find all kinds of talents (chip, telecom, mobile...) at a discount price , maybe less experienced in some area.
HW 's job is to get em organized and work on some project.
this engineer pool is 5 times the size of US, so just imagine what ll happen next...
The growth is driven by huge uptake in emerging markets. Over half the world's population is in China and India both of which have a huge rise in people able to afford luxury goods for the first time.
Huawei is clearly destined to become the communications leader that Ericsson was 10 years ago.
Part of the success is surely that Chinese brands are now getting global traction. It was just a matter of time.
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