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Huawei CloudCore DC

Computer forensics discussion. Please ensure that your post is not better suited to one of the forums below (if it is, please post it there instead!)
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TinyBrain
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Huawei CloudCore DC

Post Posted: Feb 02, 19 05:02

I should promote a price but the only thing I can offer is to share post-quantum cryptographic insights which nobody on FF is interested by my observation.

Ok, I search for the location of the Huawei Cloud CoreNet datacenter. Who knows?  

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jaclaz
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Re: Huawei Cloud CoreNet

Post Posted: Feb 02, 19 11:38

- TinyBrain
I should promote a price

Do you mean "propose a prize"? Question

- TinyBrain

Ok, I search for the location of the Huawei Cloud CoreNet datacenter.

Is it only one?

data-economy.com/huawe...countries/

jaclaz
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TinyBrain
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Re: Huawei CloudCore DC

Post Posted: Feb 03, 19 04:20

Must be an European DC of Huawei not at the carrier. Huawei provides a disaster failback service if the carriers CloudCore big appliances breakdown.

Price can either be written as price or prize in Switzerland Wink  
 
  

jaclaz
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Re: Huawei CloudCore DC

Post Posted: Feb 03, 19 15:07

- TinyBrain

Price can either be written as price or prize in Switzerland Wink

Well, still, in English price means price and prize means prize:
www.tolearnenglish.com...-88157.php
dictionary.cambridge.o...e-or-prize

And still, promote means promote and propose means propose, you may promote a contest, but not a prize (let alone a price), while you may propose both a price and a prize (or a reward).


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