Promises Full Memory Encryption in upcoming CPUs
Chipzilla says it is planning to bring full memory encryption to future CPUs, something which indicates that it has decided to play catch-up with AMD.
Epyc Vote of confidence
Cloudflare has snubbed Chipzilla's 48-core setup of dual socket Intel Xeon Platinum 6162’s and is moving to a 48-core single socket AMD EPYC 7642.
For 5G computers and base stations
While many thought that Intel flogging its 5G modem unit marked the end of its smartphone business last year, it seems the outfit has not given up completely and announced three chips built for 5G computers, plus a 5G-optimised network adapter for PCs.
Looks like it is the segment King
Leaked CPU sales data from German retailer Mindfactory has shown a dominance for AMD over Intel in at least one market segment.
Of course, you don't get wafers with it, it's an albatross
Intel is in talks to sell a unit that makes chips for home internet access gear to MaxLinear.
Apparently in a move to increase growth
Despite the fact it still manages to make pots of cash, Intel confirmed that “less than one percent” of its global workforce had been laid off.
‘Horse Ridge’ out the gate
Intel Labs in collaboration with QuTech has released details of its new Horse Ridge cryogenic quantum control chip.
Rumours of Glory
The dark satanic rumour mill is starting to report sitings of the upcoming Intel 10th gen Comet Lake-S Desktop CPUs.
Looks like it will just be a few companies with face masks
Intel and Vivo are joining a long list of names who are not going to the Mobile World Congress 2020 due to the coronavirus outbreak.