Displaying items by tag: Processors

Promising the "world's best processor for thin-and-light Windows laptops just got better", Intel's two new 11th-gen Core processors feature Intel Iris Xe graphics, Intel Wi-Fi 6/6E (Gig+) and Intel 5G Solution 5000.

Published in Your Tech

Intel says its new processor is faster than AMD’s top Ryzen processor, but both companies series of processors, from the low-end to the high-end, are still challenged by Apple’s M-series processors, with the M1 soon to be augmented by an even more powerful M2.

Published in Fuzzy Logic

After the last decade of mostly incremental changes and 7nm missteps, along with getting its butt seriously kicked by AMD, Intel's CEO Pat Gelsinger has announced an ‘IDM 2.0’ strategy for manufacturing, innovation and product leadership. Is Intel back?

Published in Development

The newest range of AMD's epic EPYC server processors, known for kicking Intel's butt, is launching in the US on March 15, which is a very early 2am start for Australians on March 16.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

Computer processor firm AMD has reached an agreement to buy semiconductor manufacturer Xilinx for US$35 billion in an all-stock transaction as it seeks to take the fight to market leader Intel.

Published in Hardware

Finnish telecommunications equipment provider Nokia has joined with Tampere University to set up a so-called centre of excellence to help in developing system-on-chip custom processors for its ReefShark chipset portfolio.

Published in Hardware
Wednesday, 23 September 2020 11:04

Faster Chromebooks coming with new AMD processors

AMD has announced the first AMD Ryzen mobile processors for Chromebooks, along with two new Athlons for Google's portable platform.

Published in Hardware

The coronavirus outbreak could cause around a US$42 billion revenue gap over the next 9 months for smart device vendors, according to a new global report.

Published in Market

An anticipated deal for processor maker Broadcom to buy security firm Symantec has fallen through due to the insistence of the latter on a price of US$28 per share, which was not acceptable to the former.

Published in Deals

With Intel's processors in the news since January 2018 over CPU flaws, it should come as no surprise to see AMD urging government agencies and corporate bodies to "keep an open mind about their CPU and GPU options when purchasing their fleet of desktops, notebooks and servers".

Published in Government Tech Policy

Chip manufacturer AMD has taken a potshot at rival Intel, accusing the latter of forcing people to buy more expensive processors than they need in order to get the grunt for which they are looking, terming this impost the "Intel tax".

Published in Hardware

American semiconductor equipment Revasum hopes to pick up steam after listing on the ASX in December and says it is not fazed by the fact that its stock has not moved from the price it listed at: $1.70.

Published in Market

AMD's new Athlon processors, Athlon PRO processors, and 2nd Gen Ryzen PRO desktop processors "provide generational leap in performance, every day to enterprise-focused workloads, and unified Socket AM4 infrastructure", the company claims.

Published in Hardware

Intel has released details of three more vulnerabilities in its Core and Xeon processor lines, all of which involve exploiting the feature known as speculative execution where processors attempt to anticipate and execute instructions.

Published in Security

A Taiwan firm that makes processors for Apple's iPhones was hit by a variant of the WannaCry ransomware over the weekend and says the incident will cause shipment delays and additional costs.

Published in Security

It wasn't enough for AMD to make PCs great again: the company epically decided a year ago that it was time to make servers great again, too, and the second year of AMD's avenging ways to the benefit of server customers has now begun.

Published in Hardware

Intel's new 8th-generation vPro Core and Xeon processors have arrived, designed for "digital transformation" and to encourage organisations of all sizes to "upgrade their fleets" of business PCs.

Published in Hardware

Apple has plans to use its own processors in its computers from 2020 onwards, moving away from chips made by market leader Intel.

Published in Strategy

Processor manufacturer AMD has issued its first detailed statement on the flaws which were claimed last week to be in some of its product lines by the previously unknown Israeli firm CTS Labs.

Published in Security

Security firm Check Point Research has revived the controversy over the flaws reported in some AMD processors by Israel-based CTS Labs last week, by saying that the way publication was done was "very irresponsible".

Published in Security
Page 1 of 3

WEBINARS ONLINE & ON-DEMAND

GUEST ARTICLES

VENDOR NEWS

Guest Opinion

Guest Reviews

Guest Research

Guest Research & Case Studies

Channel News

Comments