Huawei builds home-grown AI chip for its data center servers

The new 7 nanometre Ascend 910 chipset that Huawei unveiled at its annual global partners’ conference will service this unit and is meant for data centers that crunch mountains of data. China wants locally made chips inside 40% of all smartphones in the domestic market by 2025 and is betting billions of dollars on homegrown champions to get there. SHANGHAI (Reuters) – China’s Huawei Technologies, the world’s largest telecom equipment maker, unveiled an AI chip on Wednesday that will power its servers, in a push to boost its nascent cloud-computing business. Huawei also unveiled another chip that can be used to power surveillance cameras. Huawei already makes its own processor for its high-end phones but has so far mainly used Intel and Nvidia chips in its servers.

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