While Microsoft and Qualcomm have been pushing the Windows 10 on ARM initiative for the last few years, ARM PCs are not the kind of PCs that the consumers showed their interest in. This could be the reason behind the fact that most PC manufacturers are yet to release their first-ever ARM-powered PC.
Huawei is one of the manufacturers that didn’t release an ARM-powered Windows 10 PC, but luckily, that might no longer going to be the case as the Chinese tech giant now seems to be ready to enter the ARM PC market.
However, Huawei appears to be taking a slightly different route here. The company is unlikely to rely on Qualcomm’s ARM chip. Instead, It might use its own ARM processor for its first-ever ARM PC.
Huawei recently introduced the Kunpeng D920S10 desktop motherboard, which in turn allows Huawei’s Kunpeng 920 processor to power PC, which increases the likelihood of Huawei launching an ARM PC that is not powered by its own ARM CPU.
Kunpeng D920S10 motherboard supports up to 64GB of DDR-2400 RAM and up to six SATA 3.0 drives. It also has three PCIe slots, four USB 3.0 ports, four USB 2.0 ports, and an Ethernet controller.