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The competition is Tesla! FF 91 will be equipped with NVIDIA Drive Orin chip: Support for summoning

FaradayFuture has announced that its first production car, the FF91, will be powered by Nvidia's NVIDIA Adriveorin platform chip. FF, which has a close partnership with Nvidia, will leverage the NvidiaDrive platform for continuous improvement and seamless leaps in next-generation performance, and plans to introduce advanced highway autonomous driving capabilities and advanced parking and calling capabilities when the FF91 hits the market. "FF's goal is to provide the latest, state-of-the-art computing power on FF91," the official said. We chose the Nvidia Adriveorin as our autonomous driving platform, and its seamless upgrade path is something we take very seriously." The NVIDIA ADRIVEORIN chip has 21 billion transistors, 12 Cortex-A78ARM64CPUs, deep learning and computer vision accelerators, and is capable of delivering 254 trillion operations per second. With this high performance, low power computing power, FF will also be equipped with more advanced autonomous driving and parking capabilities on future FF81 and FF71 [...]

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BYD is rumored to be making electric cars for Toyota

BYD is making electric cars for Toyota, which are already undergoing road tests and are expected to hit the market in 2025. Notably, rather than simply exporting the technology, BYD will provide the design, development and final production of the electric vehicle. In other words, the Toyota electric cars we will buy in the future will actually be BYD models with "standard change". According to a person familiar with the matter, BYD will be fully responsible for and independently complete the underlying technology, electric control system, motors, batteries and other core technologies of Toyota-branded electric models sold in China in the future. It will then be accepted by Toyota, and more importantly, the new car will be directly mounted with Toyota's "bull's head" logo. Data also indicate that Toyota's first midsize pure electric SUV, which will be unveiled at the Shanghai auto show on April 19, will be equipped with [...]

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Huawei's cars can drive themselves for 1000km without intervention in urban areas, better than Tesla's

Today, Huawei held its 18th Global Analyst Conference at its Shenzhen headquarters. Xu Zhijun, vice chairman and rotating chairman of Huawei, said that BU, an intelligent vehicle, is Huawei's key industry and BU with the most complete functions. Huawei has invested more than $1 billion in smart car components this year, and that's in research and development. With 30 million cars a year in China and even more growth in the future, Huawei doesn't need to be outside of China. Of course, Huawei wants any industry to be a global industry, not just the Chinese market. Xu Zhijun: Huawei's cars can drive autonomously for 1000 kilometers without interference in urban areas, Bitzilla Mr Xu said that every component Huawei makes now has already been used in the market. The Huawei Inside cars will provide an autonomous driving experience in the city during the Shanghai Auto Show. "Our team does the [...]

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China Mobile/Huawei completes 5G indoor distributed Massive MIMO technology pilot, downlink 1.5Gbps

Taiyuan Branch of China Mobile and Huawei completed the province's first 5G indoor distributed Massivemimo innovation pilot on Taiyuan Metro Line 2. Compared with the opening, the peak throughput rate of a single cell increased by four times to 5Gbps. However, due to the characteristics of 5G network with large bandwidth and the same frequency, there is serious interference at the overlap of PRRU. The capacity of a single cell in 5G is reduced more than that in 4G, and the overall capacity of the cell is improved limited and the user perception is not strong. 5G indoor distributed MASSIVEMIMO technology innovatively introduces the concept of MASSIVEMIMO technology in the digital room sub-system, through the joint beam forming technology to turn interference into enhanced signal and multi-user MIMO technology to achieve doubling of cell capacity, accurately solve the interference problem between indoor 5G cells. It greatly improves the user experience. [...]

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Huawei is working on analog computing and photonic computing

Huawei's global analyst conference was held on April 12. Xu Wenwei, director of Huawei and president of the Strategic Research Institute, delivered a speech on the theme of "Towards a Smart World 2030 -- Technology Challenges and Research Directions". He said that facing 2030, the demand for computing power will increase by 100 times, and how to build super computing power will be a huge challenge. In the future, analog computing and photon computing will face huge application scenarios, so Huawei is also studying analog computing and photon computing. Xu Wenwei, director of Huawei and president of the Institute of Strategic Studies, delivered a speech on the theme of "Towards a Smart World 2030- Technology Challenges and Research Directions". In the next decade, he said, the number of connections will reach 100 billion, broadband speeds will reach 10Gbps per person, computing power will increase 100 times, storage capacity will increase [...]

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By 2023, LTPO displays will be the mainstay of Apple's iPhone

UbiResearch reports that Samsung shows it will offer its LTPO product to Apple, namely the iPhone13. DSCC founder Rossyoung said Apple's optimism about LTPO will make it the dominant display technology for the iPhone in the next two years. In terms of percentage share of the U.S. market, DSCC expects LTPO display technology to replace LTPOSAMOLED smartphone screens by the end of 2023, he said. This doves with Apple's planned transition to LTPO in the iPhone range. Apple's switch to LTPO or low-temperature polycrystalline oxide displays will help the iPhone13 support a 120Hz refresh rate and ensure that the impact on battery life and battery life will be minimal. According to a report from Digitimes this week, even though Apple's iPhone13 has a Promotion screen that supports a high refresh rate, the power consumption of the iPhone13 is still about 15% lower than that of the iPhone12.

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The latest version of Huawei mobile assistant has recognized harmonyos 2.0

Huawei's humon harmonyos will be tested in June to upgrade multiple models. The first models appear to include matex2, P40 and mate40. Some of the latest versions of Huawei mobile phone assistants have been shown as Huawei humon harmonyos2.0, such as Huawei p30pro and p40pro, which seems to be greeting in advance. According to the information released before, the first batch of upgrades to Huawei's harmonyos2.0 mobile phone system will include matex2, mate40 and P40 series, which are expected to be upgraded in the later part of this year. Wang Chenglu, President of Huawei consumer business software department and head of AI and intelligent full scene business department, announced that at least 300million mobile phones, pad and other IOT devices carrying Hongmeng OS will be equipped by the end of this year.

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The first commercial satellite to clean up space garbage will carry out three capture experiments

Recently, elsa-d, the world's first commercial satellite to clean up space waste, was successfully launched into 550 km low earth orbit. The satellite is from astroscale company of Japan. Space waste generally comes from the debris of man-made satellites and spacecraft. According to the data of London natural history museum, there are at least 128 million pieces in earth orbit, of which 34000 pieces are more than 10 cm in diameter. More and more space waste will bring danger to man-made satellites or other spacecraft in earth orbit. Satellites that clean up space debris can capture the debris and take it to earth. However, elsa-d satellite is not really used to clean up space garbage. It consists of a 175 kg main body and a 17 kg target. The target will simulate space garbage. The main body is equipped with a magnetic docking system, which will release and capture the [...]

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Advertising agency: about 68% of Apple iPhone users choose to prohibit app tracking privacy

Apple will release the official version of IOS 14.5 system update in the near future. One of the most important functions is app tracking transparency. This function requires app developers to provide a summary of privacy practices to explain to users where the collected data will go. At the same time, app must obtain users' permission before tracking user data. Recently, the advertising agency appsflyer released a statistical data, about 68% of users will refuse app tracking, which will be a huge blow to the advertising industry. Advertising agency: about 68% of Apple iPhone users choose to prohibit app tracking privacy According to statistics, after a survey of 300 apps of 2000 devices, only 32% of users choose to allow advertising tracking. The survey also found that users trust more affinity apps, and 40% of them are allowed to track privacy, but only 20% of some dating apps are allowed [...]

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AI chip start-up company has only two full-time employees. It needs to change analog computing with new architecture

Recently, arenna, a start-up company of analog AI chips in the United States, disclosed its AI chip architecture for the first time at the tiny ml summit. Different from the general analog AI chip, the chip adopts SRAM array, and integrates analog-to-digital converter (ADC) and digital to analog converter (DAC) in the memory array. In short, DAC is to convert the digital quantity represented by binary code or BCD code into its proportional analog quantity output, while ADC is to convert the continuous analog signal into digital signal. However, these two functions usually occupy most of the chip area and power consumption in memory computing. Therefore, integrating these two functions in the memory array can further reduce the memory power consumption, and its computing performance also has greater room for improvement. The American semiconductor magazine eetimes thinks that the chip may change the analog computing technology. 1、 NSF seed funding, [...]

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