Huawei has entirely dismissed any information about developing full computers. The manufacturer was reportedly constrained to provide such news after some sturdy servers and PC, running Huawei’s Kunpeng processors, released online. Huawei also stated that it would go on with its development of powerful processors.
It would also prepare some silicon chips for computers, but it won’t release any complete system. The dismissal appears at a very intriguing period because of China’s recent issues. China had requested the local government to start alienating themselves from other hardware and software computer systems that use parts and software developed by American manufacturers.
Zhang Shunmao, senior vice president of the Huawei Group, tried to deny speculations about developing complete desktop computer systems. Maoshun stated: “We only provide desktop chips, not the whole machine.” In a way, such a thing is somehow disappointing because Huawei is already developing processors and motherboards. The manufacturer released the Kunpeng variants of processors last year in September.
Huawei Plans To Introduce More Powerful CPUs and Motherboards For Desktop PCs
The great and high-end processor succeeded in establishing a new record in computing performance. It is not precisely known what or which record the Chinese-developed CPUs reached, but managed to bring more performance at some cooler temperatures. Back in 2019, Huawei confirmed that it had decided to sign a co-operation agreement with Shanxi Biaxin.
They will develop some “Hengshan” servers based on Kunpeng processors, and some other prototypes of “Taihang 220s” desktops. Huawei explained that future desktops would only serve as a business purpose.
Moreover, Huawei’s S920XOO server motherboard will come as full support for two Kunpeng 920 processors, 16 storage devices in SAS, SATA, or NVME, and more significantly, 32 memory DIMMs divided over eight channels, and PCIe extension. 2020 seems to be an innovative and tough year for Huawei.