Posts Tagged ‘Intel’
Intel has announced that it will acquire Mobileye NV for $15.3 billion, a deal that will enable the company to compete with the likes of Nvidia Corp and Qualcomm Inc to develop driverless sys-tems for global automakers.
Intel may have cut ties with Android on smartphones and tablets, but the company’s partnership with Google on Android for the Internet of Things is growing stronger.
Intel is buying deep-learning start-up Nervana Systems, in a deal that could help it make up for lost ground in the increasingly hot area of artificial intelligence.
Intel has reported that its profits dropped last quarter due to heavy costs from a restructuring announced in April, however, company sales were up fueled by the strong performance of the company’s data centre group.
Intel Corporation recently announced that it has completed the acquisition of Altera Corporation (Altera), a provider of field-programmable gate array (FPGA) technology.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise has recently announced that it will be partnering with Intel on projects focusing on the Internet of Things, revealing plans to develop products for computing at the edges of networks.
Intel and Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority have announced the inauguration of Intel’s Ignition Lab for the Internet of Things innovation for the MENA region.
Intel recently announced that is now developing a wireless charging system that packs enough power to replenish a laptop battery, which it aims to deploy to the market in 2016.
According to a recent survey released by Intel Security and The Aspen Institute, IT executives within critical infrastructure organisations see a need for public-private threat intelligence sharing partnerships to keep pace with escalating cyber-security threats.
Intel Security has launched its new Microsoft Office 365 Channel Kit, which is designed to be a “grab and go kit” for the channel.
Held in Prague, Czech Republic, EMC’s annual CIO Connect Summit delved into the continuously evolving IT industry and how technology chiefs can redefine the IT agenda.
Promotional gimmicks aside, Lenovo’s Tech World conference boasted a formidable roster of elite industry CEOs as well as some exciting product launches and demos. On the enterprise side, the firm also discussed its strategy to usher in more services and solutions-oriented offerings. James Dartnell reports from Beijing.
Intel is expanding its custom server chip programme by integrating a special processing unit that could speed up specific applications in cloud computing environments.
AMD will battle Intel for computer performance supremacy with a new high-speed chip that could be the fastest when it ships.
Intel topped analyst estimates for the fourth quarter, reporting records in virtually all of its meaningful metrics for the year as a whole.
Intel will combine its PC and mobile processor divisions under one roof, reflecting a changing market in which the line between tablets and laptops has blurred.
Intel has designed its latest server chips to provide the building blocks to modernise “legacy data centres” by providing more processing cores, throughput and power-saving features.
Intel says it is producing a 3G modem, an essential component for Internet of Things (IoT) devices, smaller than anything else produced in the world.
Intel, Samsung and Dell are among the founding members to have established the OIC, a new Internet of Things consortium to create standards so that billions of devices can connect to each other.
Intel hopes to take hardware performance to the next level with its latest Xeon Phi supercomputing chip, which packs an array of new hardware technologies that could eventually find their way to laptops and desktops.
In case it wasn’t clear already, Intel and Microsoft are no longer joined at the hip. Intel is trying desperately to grow its share of the tablet market, and with Windows flunking out on those devices, Android is the flavour of the month.
Intel could soon bring to market a faster version of its Thunderbolt connector technology with a throughput of 50Gbps, but the company is biding its time until there is a need for faster connectors. […]
Intel is expecting its next Atom tablet chip, code-named Cherry Trail, to be in devices by the end of this year, the company said this week. A detailed update on Cherry Trail may […]
The long wait for a 64-bit version of Android on smartphones is coming to a close, with Intel on Monday showing a version of the OS running on a handset. The OS was […]
Intel has released a new tool for remotely managing servers from multiple hardware vendors, though wary of upsetting partners as it looks to make more money from software.
Intel expects that its workforce will decline by 5 percent as it heads into a year in which revenue is likely to be flat.
Intel has removed eccentric programmer and former fugitive John McAfee’s name from the eponymous security company it bought for $7.6 billion in 2010.
It’s official: The notebook computer can now see as well as take your picture. Meet the Intel RealSense 3D camera.
Thunderbolt 2 made its debut when Apple released the latest version of its MacBook Pro last October, but it’s become more prominent with the relase of the new Mac Pro. How different is Thunderbolt 2 from its predecessor? Here’s what you need to know.
CES comes at an awkward time of the year for PC manufacturers. The holiday shopping season has ended by early January, and the industry’s next big selling season – back-to-school time -is many months away.
Intel is taking steps to acquire wireless assets in order to compete with chip rivals such as Qualcomm and Mellanox in the mobile device and data centre market.
The Nasdaq computer index Friday hit its highest point since November 2000, in the wake of the dot-com bust, despite mixed reports this week from the hardware and components sector.
Once heavily reliant on the Chinese market, Lenovo is now looking to make acquisitions as it tries to expand its growing enterprise business to other countries.
Intel has unveiled a raft of new innovations and software tools to tap the power of Big Data at the Supercomputing Conference 2013 held in Denver, Colorado.
Intel is focusing its attention to small electronics, wearable technology and the do-it-yourself crowd, establishing a new business group to address those market segments.
A new supercomputer being deployed this month in the U.S. is using solid-state drive storage as an alternative to DRAM and hard drives, which could help speed up internal data transfers.
Linux operating system creator Linus Torvalds has proposed that Linux 4.0, an upcoming release of the open-source software, should be dedicated to stability and bug fixing.
The first of the new MacBook Pros unveiled on Tuesday are in the Macworld Lab, and the results show that the internal updates in new pro laptops help to increase performance in nearly every application.
Intel has posted information on its website about new tablets for the education market with 10-inch and 7-inch screens, Atom chips and the Android OS code-named Jellybean.
Windows’ share of the tablet market grew slightly in the second quarter, as shipments also ticked up in the face of a slow-down by tablets overall, researcher IDC said today.
Microsoft’s Surface tablet has earned the company less in revenue than it paid to write down unsold stocks of the device.
Intel has updated its road map with a new, low-power server chip to help it ward off competition from Calxeda and other makers of low-power chips.
In June, ABI Research made waves with a report that claimed Intel’s “Clover Trail” Atom chip consumed just 60 percent of the power of a competing ARM chip, with comparable performance. Now, another analyst has claimed that’s simply not true.