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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
2/27/2019 11:57:43 PM
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Re: Amazing bits of detective work
Isn't it cool? I had no clue about this, thanks for sharing. I looked up for more information and it looks very interesting. For anyone interested here is a link for some info. https://www.digitaltrends.com/photography/huawei-p20-pro-leica-street-photography/

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Commisio44354
Commisio44354
2/24/2019 10:24:23 PM
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Re: Amazing bits of detective work
,,..as I was "virtually walking about" and doing some bit of historical catch up, was just seeing some of the stuff as we gear up for Mobile World Congress and I was blown away by what these guys have come out with....a Phone with a Leica-powered lense...holly molly!!! 

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
11/30/2018 5:39:15 PM
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Re: Amazing bits of detective work
@john:

Agree, 'AI-powered neural optical networks.' - this appears to be a fancy and heavy phrase. Additional details will certainly help better understand. I will try to find more information.

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batye
batye
10/7/2018 6:30:49 PM
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Re: Amazing bits of detective work

@michelle  same is my end as it important the way I see it ... 



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batye
batye
10/7/2018 6:29:47 PM
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Re: Beyond 400G??
@mhhf1ve it the living in the future now... like jumping forward few years :) 

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michelle
michelle
9/30/2018 10:08:21 PM
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Re: Amazing bits of detective work
I wonder the same. I appreciate the efforts and hope others do.

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DonBrowne
DonBrowne
9/7/2018 9:48:37 AM
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Re: Amazing bits of detective work
Yes, it was interesting to read about how "service interruptions occurred whenever a train passed through," as well as the other faults found. I wonder if all companies follow that degree on "investigative" work to provide the ultimate reliablity of systems?

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
9/4/2018 2:32:51 PM
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Beyond 400G??
I wonder what the world will look like when 400G is commonplace. I assume AI will be everywhere and it'll be close to living in a Star Trek universe.... 

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batye
batye
9/3/2018 2:45:02 PM
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Re: Amazing bits of detective work
@JohnDrake yes same is on my ends as this days technology create new word's and it not getting easy to figure them out/comprechend... 

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JohnDrake
JohnDrake
8/28/2018 11:10:47 PM
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Re: Amazing bits of detective work
 But I wish I better understood Huawei's "AI-powered neural optical networks." I'm not sure their definition is what I understand it to be.

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