Author: tenderloin

No more US tech hegemony as China uses only Loongson based Computer with linux [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2017-8-22 17:11:43 |Display all floors
A lot of the technologies of the west and some from japan and even korea are overbuilt for the functions normally used by buyers. That's a reason why they are often too expensive for many users in all emerging markets. Who can do with more of what China can produce from now on. Build technologies that will be fully used by most users and then more can afford to acquire them at lower prices. China can lead in a better world.

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Post time 2017-8-24 02:15:33 |Display all floors
This would be an anti-trump move.
Not using US tech all together

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Post time 2017-8-24 22:52:08 |Display all floors
This post was edited by emanreus at 2017-8-25 17:59
tenderloin Post time: 2017-8-24 02:15
This would be an anti-trump move.
Not using US tech all together

True,
#1, China has launched its first home-grown aircraft carrier, which is expected to enter service in 2020 after several years of sea trials.
#2, The Fuxings are the latest "China Standard" bullet trains, completely designed and manufactured in China, capable of running at 400 kilometers per hour. The ticket price of Rejuvenation EMU trains remains the same as the CRH trains, and there is free Wi-Fi on the new trains, fast enough for travelers to stream videos.
#3,  The pebble bed reactors are in principle meltdown-proof, providing no path for the sorts of cascading failures that have led to the most serious nuclear accidents in history. This means that in the case of a catastrophic failure, the plan is literally just to walk away. There’s no need to do anything — the whole point of the pebble-bed design is that every single component can fail, and the worst outcome will be a loss of power generation.
#4, China has launched the world’s first quantum satellite, a project Beijing hopes will enable it to build a coveted “hack-proof” communications system with potentially significant military and commercial applications.   “There’s been a race to produce a quantum satellite, and it is very likely that China is going to win that race,” Nicolas Gisin, a professor and quantum physicist at the University of Geneva, told the Wall Street Journal. “It shows again China’s ability to commit to large and ambitious projects and to realise them.”

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