So much for promises
Despite promises that Intel made to Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump that it was building new factories in the Land of the Fee, it seems that Chipzilla is still downsizing its US workforce.
Seeks boost in performance, development and affordability of AI products
Last week, Intel said that it would begin collaborating with Japan based Preferred Networks (PFN) on the development of a Python-based deep learning framework to boost the performance, development and affordability of AI applications on the market.
Intel, Qualcomm, Nvidia, AMD vying for customers in AI-fueled markets
Major component manufacturers in the artificial intelligence (AI) market have all increased their efforts to develop more aggressive processors for AI-fueled markets in 2017 including autonomous vehicles, enterprise drones, medical care, smart factories, image recognition, and general neural network research and development.
Analyst’s thinks it can sell outside Apple
Susquehanna Financial Group, analyst Christopher Rolland has made the bizarre claim that Intel’s partnership with the fruity cargo-cult Apple will mean that it will become a key mobile modem player.
Chip behemoth Intel said it had appointed Aicha S. Evans as its chief strategy officer.
E3-1200 v6 product family
Chipzilla has announced the availability of the Intel Xeon processor E3-1200 v6 product family, which includes eight new versions that Intel claims provide key improvements in processor speed, enhanced memory capabilities, hardware-enhanced security and reliability features with support for the latest Intel graphics.
Not the sharpest knife in the drawer
Intel XMM 7560 is, according to company representatives, coming at some point next year. Since this is the first time we’ve seen an Intel XMM product supporting CDMA, we started asking around where did the modem comes from.
Intel thinks it can pull in the numbers
Intel’s Optane Memory is headed to be one of the most disappointing bits of tech in the world of storage.
Running on Intel X299 chipset
We already knew that Intel is planning to launch two CPU architectures for its new HEDT platform, the Kaby Lake-X and Skylake-X, both which will use the same X299 chipset, and today we have a few more details about the quad-core Core i7-7740K Kaby Lake-X SKU, spotted in SiSoft database.
Motherboard makers still miserable
Despite the fact that the big three chipmakers are coming up with new products, motherboard makers are continuing to see reduced shipments, which suggest that none of them are expected to have stellar sales.