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Telegram users gets options to import old chats similar to WhatsApp

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Telegram is one of the most used messaging apps. This app supports stickers and GIFs, photo and video editing, and group chats that can go all the way up to 200,000 people. It’s also completely free and doesn’t contain ads.

At the starting of January 2021, Telegram has reached 500 million active users in just past 72 hours, more than 25 million new users around the world joined Telegram.

Recently, WhatsApp releases its privacy policy that can’t be taken lightly. So, millions of people are switching every day to other messaging apps in which Telegram and Signal are becoming popular among people.

Now, Telegram has silently kicked off the latest update for users (iOS and Android) that comes with a new feature. After installing this update, users can now move their old chats from WhatsApp, Line, and KakoTalk to Telegram chat.

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Additionally, this update also brings a number of new functions that include the ability to delete secret chats, groups, and call history for all sides anytime. Voice Chats now appear at the top of your Call History page, and both members and admins can individually adjust other user’s microphone levels.

How to move chat:

On Android:

  • Open a chat on WhatsApp or other supporting apps
  • Tap on the More option
  • Select export chat
  • Choose the Telegram icon from the share list
  • Select Telegram chat or contact where you want to move chat

On iOS:

  • Open a contact or group info of chat WhatsApp or other supporting apps
  • Select export chat
  • Choose the Telegram icon from the share list
  • Select Telegram chat or contact where you want to move chat

(Via)

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Huawei strengthens cooperation with Indonesia cyber security

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Huawei is deepening its collaboration with Indonesia cyber security and provide its knowledge and resources to empower local security arrangements. On 28th September, Huawei Indonesia, BSSN (National Cyber ​​Security Agency), and IT Del Information Technology Institute carried out the signing ceremony in Jakarta.

Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei, CEO of Huawei Indonesia Mr. Chen Min, President of Huawei Asia Pacific Liu Hongyun, and Minister of Indonesian Maritime Affairs and Investment Coordination Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan marked the collaboration agreement.

Since 2019, the Chinese giant and Indonesian cyber ​​security have jointly conducted a number of activities including training, web seminars, and some collective project. To date, more than 7,000 employees of government and civil sectors have attended and receive benefits from it.

During the signing ceremony, Indonesian Minister emphasizes that Huawei’s powerful and advanced technologies are quite popular in the country. Simultaneously, it’s working to contribute to the country’s digital infrastructure, and talents to welcome the green and smart future.

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On the other hand, Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei deems that Indonesia has a great potential for promoting “intelligentization” in everyday operations. Furthermore, the 5G, AI, wireless, and radar technologies are applicable in filed such as coal mines to higher safety standards. Moreover, the Chinese tech firm acknowledges the country’s long-term support for the team.

About Huawei Indonesia Branch:

Huawei took 21 years in reaching from five employees to 2000 plus in Indonesia. At present, 90% of its employees are Indonesian which is the main reason behind its popularity in the country. The company has opened an “I Do” project series focused on different aspects. It mainly includes,

  • Society Welfare Project- I Do Care
  • Public-Private Project- I Do Collaborate
  • Digital Talent Project- I Do Contribute
  • AI Technology Project– I Do Create

In particular, the I Do Contribute project aims to refine about 100,000 local digital talents by 2025. It’ll empower and made a solid framework for Indonesia in terms of skills, talents, and resources in advanced ICT technologies.

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French Mathematician Laurent Lafforgue joins Huawei team

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Laurent Lafforgue, a famous French mathematician and winner of the mathematics Fields Medal has joined the Huawei team, making it stronger in terms of research. In recent years, Lafforgue’s work on topos theory has led him to develop a collaboration with the research teams of Huawei France.

Discussions between Lafforgue and Huawei researchers, which began in 2017, first led to a two-year project, focused on topos theory and funded by Huawei, and then, in 2019, to the creation of the Huawei Chair in algebraic geometry at IHES, of which Professor Lafforgue was the first holder.

IHES reports, as of September 1, 2021, Laurent Lafforgue joined Huawei France to continue this work further in conjunction with the company’s research teams with whom he has worked so far.

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About Laurent Lafforgue:

Laurent Lafforgue is a French mathematician who is known for making contributions to Langlands Conjectures. He received the Fields Medal in 2002 at the 24th International Congress of Mathematicians in Beijing and Clay Research Award in 2000 at Paris Millennium Meeting.

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Huawei not only respects talents but also welcomes them for polishing their skills to jointly bring more convenience for the people. The company has always invested in scientific research and development of which is also counted first among the Chinese firms.

In this line, China has published the top 500 research and development Chinese companies that invest the most in research and development. Huawei is the first ranked research and development investor with an R&D investment of 141.893 billion yuan for 2020.

(Via – IHES)

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Huawei Launched Massive MIMO MetaAAU with 30% reduced energy consumption

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Huawei launched its Massive MIMO MetaAAu product at the China International Information and Communication Exhibition on 27th September. The Huawei Wireless Product Line President, Yang Chaobin informed that this product has a 30% of reduced energy consumption.

According to President Yang, MetaAAU has an ultra-large-scale antenna array technology, meticulous algorithm, thorough construction, software, and hardware integration innovation. It helps in realizing performance and energy-saving renovations.

Huawei MetaAAU Description:

The MetaAAU has a larger AAU antenna array that nearly doubles its size. Furthermore, it has a closer channel beam and larger coverage distance with an increased transmit capacity. Its new architecture and energy-saving algorithm helping the operators in building a green 5G network.

In addition, this MetaAAU follows the AHR Turbo beamforming algorithm that explicitly points traffic channel beam. Moreover, its high-resolution arrangement devices a quick and strong pairing cell capacity for the users.

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Massive MIMO MetaAAU Test Results:

This Chinese tech firm also conducted the field on this MetaAAu like its other products to find out its strong points and test its standards. The test results show that Huawei’s Massive MIMO MetaAAU has the following results.

  • A total of 30% increased uplink coverage of Cell
  • Downlink coverage has improved by 30%
  • Average edge users experience  increased by 25%
  • Energy consumption reduced by about 30%

Moreover, the Huawei President believes that large mid-band bandwidth and Massive MIMO technology have stronger results when combined. It can effectively increase cell capacity, cope with traffic growth, and reduce network bit costs. At last, he stated

“Huawei will never stop its pace of innovation. It will continue to innovate and consolidate the continuous coverage of the wide-pipe basic network

At the same time, facing the future 5.5G, it will continue to evolve in terms of large uplinks, large connections, and precise positioning to improve the network ability to contribute to China’s continued leadership in 5G”

-Said Huawei Wireless Product Line President, Yang Chaobin

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