FASTTAKES: Huawei, Intel, Chinese supercomputer, China Mobile

Staff writer
01 Jun 2010
00:00

Huawei has recruited a senior Bush administration to help it lobby Washington on national security issues, according toFT.com. The company has hired John Bellinger, was chief attorney at the State Department and a National Security Council adviser.

Intel has unveiled a new class of chips – the Many Integrated Core (MIC) - aimed at the supercomputer market.

For the first time, a second Chinese supercomputer appears in the list of the top ten fastest machines. The Nebulae machine at the National Super Computer Center in Shenzhen has been ranked second on the biannual Top 500 supercomputer list.

China Mobile has conducted a high resolution video call between TD-LTE devices connected to separate TD-LTE networks. The call was routed from China Mobile’s pre-commercial network at the Shanghai Expo to the National Chiao Tung University’s (NCTU) TD-LTE trial network, which was set up by Nokia Siemens Networks.

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