Chipzilla might launch Arc Alchemist at Vision 2022
That is May 10th
Intel has officially announced that its ‘Vision 2022’ conference is set to start on 10 May and the dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn which says that will be the day that the Chipzilla will launch its dedicated desktop Arc Alchemist graphics cards.
Chipzilla to make its self-driving car unit public
Mobileye plans IPO
Intel is planning to make its self-driving-car unit Mobileye a public company in the middle of next year -- an IPO which could value the Israeli unit at more than $50 billion
Intel updates old tech in secret lab
Runs security tests
Chipzilla has a secret lab which hires more than 100,000 staff, whose only job is to make sure that security tests are carried out on its more ancient tech, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Chipzilla finds two high-severity vulnerabilities
Wide range of processor families
Intel has disclosed two high-severity vulnerabilities that affect a wide range of Intel processor families, allowing threat actors and malware to gain higher privilege levels on the device.
Intel says Aurora on the way
And bigger than planned... even if it is late
After Chipzilla has released its Alder Lake family into the world and is shipping 28 versions of the chip to PC makers, with "broad availability" starting on 4 November, the outfit says that its new supercomputer Aurora is on the way.
Chipzilla unlikely to catch up in semiconductor fabrication
Economic academics agree Intel squandered its lead trying to impress shareholders
A couple of economic academics have penned a rather interesting paper claiming that Intel will not catch up to TSMC and SEC in semiconductor fabrication.
Chipzilla delays production of next gen Xeons
Sapphire Rapids not so rapid after all
Chipzilla has delayed production of its next-generation Xeon Scalable CPUs, code-named Sapphire Rapids, to the first quarter of 2022 and said it would start ramping shipments by at least April of next year.
Ericsson needs Intel inside its 5G midband
I RAN, I RAN so far away, couldn’t get away
Swedish kit vendor Ericsson has continued is using Intel chips to do its mid-band 5G RAN operations.
Intel is back as number one
But only one to see a sales decline
Chipzilla is the #1 semiconductor maker in the world despite being the only one in the top 15 to post a sales decline.
Intel to invest $3.5 billion in Rio Rancho
Part of chip production modernisation
Chipzilla is to invest $3.5 billion in the Rio Rancho technical campus as part of its global chip production modernisation.