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美国-傻B东郭先生-华为起家史 2018-12-15 12:18:35

美国就是一傻B东郭先生 —— 苹果切片儿的华为起家史 

      

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作者:talkswitch1 回复 西岸 留言时间:2018-12-17 18:49:07

华为的原罪就是让中国拿到了工程师红利。中国一年有几百万工科生毕业,华为模式推广开,将会彻底颠覆西方国家技术优势。

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作者:Pascal 留言时间:2018-12-16 05:40:01

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作者:Pascal 留言时间:2018-12-15 22:23:36

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=23&v=P5AlXfU4I9M

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作者:西岸 留言时间:2018-12-15 17:52:14

美国在上个世纪最后两年开始把实时系统硬件部分卖给新加坡和其他亚洲国家,因为不再具有竞争能力。这类产品属于软件产品,硬件并不复杂,因此最终被中国追上是必然的,因为90年代中国三分之一的工科毕业生在软件行业工作,十年后相当多人会成为世界级的大拿。

美国卖出这些技术并非不合算,这是全球化的一部分。而全球化以来美国经济增大了三分之一,为历史最快。

因为这些卖出的东西最终降低美国经济成本,尤其是互联网的成本,而互联网经济是如今很大的经济成分。

类似cisco想保持优势是不可能的,因为根本就没什么人了,更没有竞争价格。这里的软件人员年薪在十几万二十万左右,中国的才几个钱?同样数量的人民币而已。最要命的是中国学生一般同时具有通讯和计算机跨行业知识,美国的不具备,当年美国公司的主要开发人员也是大量的华人,甚至直接从中国招来的人,连英语都讲不好,开会要用中文。

这种成本差距让cisco是无法竞争的。实时系统是高科技业最高技术部分,薪金很高(涉及的知识面很大,需要跨行业),但从技术角度讲并没有什么,尤其是对硬件依赖不高,并不需要最好的硬件包括芯片。

美国如果当时不卖掉这部分,最终会全部死在手里。

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作者:Pascal 留言时间:2018-12-15 15:57:56

13,658 viewsDec 13, 2018, 03:59pmA Death In Silicon Valley 'With Chinese Characteristics'

Arthur HermanContributorPolicyI comment on quantum computing and AI, and American national security.

San Jose, California, United States - October 28, 2018: An advertisement is visible for the Oculus Go virtual reality system from Facebook subsidiary Oculus in Santana Row shopping mall in the Silicon Valley, San Jose, California, October 28, 2018GETTY

On December 1 the distinguished Chinese quantum physicist, venture capitalist, and Stanford University professor Zhang Shoucheng died in what news reports are calling a suicide. The news of his death has been upstaged in the media by the arrest that same day of Meng Wanzhou, CFO of Chinese IT giant Huawei, in Vancouver (discussed in my last column). Zhangˇs death is certainly a much greater human tragedy; but itˇs equally significant in drawing attention to the lengths China is going in order to win its battle for high-tech supremacy with the U.S., including on our home turf in Silicon Valley.

Zhang Shouchenˇs story is like something out of a John Le Carre novel, or maybe David Ignatiusˇs recent thriller Quantum Spy. Intellectually gifted, with a career laden with academic honors including a distinguished professorship at ShanghaiTech University as well as at Stanford, Zhangˇs research in quantum physics even sparked rumors he was a candidate for a Nobel Prize.

Despite being a naturalized U.S. citizen, Zhang maintained close contact with the Communist regime in China (the head of ShanghaiTech, for example, is the son of former party leader Jiang Zemin). His company Digital Horizon Capital, known by the acronym DHVC, has been identified as part of a major Chinese infiltration effort into Silicon Valley, according to the U.S. Trade Representative Richard Lighthizerˇs latest report on Chinaa report released just days before Zhangˇs death.

Lighthizerˇs 53-page reportan update of his landmark March 2018 report on Chinaˇs unfair trade practicescame out on November 20 and is a devastating expose of Chinaˇs ¨unfair, unreasonable, and market-distorting practices,〃 including including a major blitz to buy its way into Silicon Valley, in order to harvest the technologies it wants from the best American high-term firms, both large and small.

Lighthizerˇs report specifically named Zhangˇs DHVC as part of the ¨web of entities〃 set up in Silicon Valley ¨to further the industrial-policy goals of the Chinese government.〃 Zhangˇs DHVC, as it turns out, is heavily back by the investment arm of an entity called the Zhongguancum Development Corporation (ZDG), a Chinese government state-owned firm, which revealed on its website during DHVCˇs launch that Zhangˇs outfit was going to focus on innovative technology being fostered at Stanford and elsewhere in Silicon Valley, for the benefit of ZDG.

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Confusing? Itˇs actually very simple. DHVC was specifically set up to provide a steady stream of American-developed technology and IP to ZDG, which ZDG uses to build up Chinaˇs high-tech hubs including ShanghaiTech, as well as companies like Ali Baba and Baidu (who invested heavily in DHVCˇs first round of funding). From there those technologies and IP can be used to increase the global market share of Chinese high-tech industrybut also to help to reinforce Chinaˇs Great Firewall and closed Internet; its police state surveillance of its citizens; in addition to boosting Chinaˇs military competition with the U.S.

In an ironic twist, Zhangˇs associations even have a direct link to Ms. Meng and Huawei, since DHVC also helped to fund a company that provided Huawei phones with the technology to allow users to use their knuckles for activating their phones. That technology is called FingerSense and was developed by Qeeco, which just happens to be a U.S. companyeven though both the CIA and FBI have warned against using Huawei phones and AT%T and Verizon won't sell them.

Thereˇs no doubt that the Lighthizer report, and news of Ms. Mengˇs arrest, made Zhang and his associations increasingly radioactive, especially with the increased scrutiny of Chinaˇs infiltration of Silicon Valley. There has been no police investigation of his death on December 1, and his family insist it was a suicide. But there are those who wonder if that claim is accurate, and whethergiven Zhangˇs far-reaching and potentially explosive knowledge of Chinaˇs activities in Silicon Valley--Chinese agents have had a hand in his demise.

Either way, Zhangˇs story is a tragedy. But it is also a warning, that Chinaˇs competition with the U.S. for high-tech supremacy involves Beijing establishing beachheads right here in the U.S. These include the place where Americaˇs high-tech crown jewels are kept, namely Silicon Valley. Itˇs time to take the necessary steps to make sure that we donˇt lose those crown jewels through neglect or greed, and thereby lose the high-tech race for the future.

I am a Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute and Director of the Quantum Alliance Initiative, and co-author of ¨Quantum Computing: How To Address the National Security Risk〃 (Hudson Institute, August 2018). Iˇm also the Pulitzer Prize Finalist author of nine books, inclu...

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