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South Korean giant Samsung Electronics became the globe's top vendor of semiconductors in 2021, overtaking Intel for the first time since 2018 with a 31.6% rise in revenue to US$75.9 billion (A$105.2 billion), the technology analyst firm Gartner says.

Published in Hardware

Huawei has updated its popular MateBook 14 laptop in time for Christmas. The new model continues to bring all the good things in the previous edition, but is loaded with even more power, making it an excellent Christmas choice.

Digital infrastructure company Equinix adds new innovations from AMD, Ampere, Intel, Nutanix, and full-stack accelerated computing from Nvidia to Equinix Metal, a solution which will give businesses more ways to build and scale as a service offerings, modernise infrastructure, and power hybrid multi-cloud architectures and cloud native applications.

Published in Business IT

Intel has appointed Steven A. Long as general manager of Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ) region.

Published in People Moves

Asus is gunning for the premium creator market at price points from $1499 with the Vivobook Pro 15, right up to "from $9,999" and beyond with the ProArt StudioBook Pro 16, with all models in the creator range featuring 4K OLED displays, with Intel and AMD processor choices, NVIDIA graphics, and the promise of performance and powerful cooling features to attract premium buyers who want what are arguably the best creative PCs on the market, while aiming to even tempt Mac users into switching.

Published in Home Tech

The Intel 4004 was "the first commercially available microprocessor," and while it is extremely primitive by today's standards, it "paved the way" for the modern microprocessor computing revolution and changed the world as we know it.

Published in Business IT

Rakuten Symphony, Intel and Juniper Networks introduce next generation distributed RAN and transport solution to further simplify Open RAN deployments at scale.

Published in 5G

A veteran of the semiconductor industry has cast doubts on whether the US$52 billion allocated by the US for investment in its chip industry will be enough to rebuild a complete supply chain in the country.

Published in Government Tech Policy

The 12th Gen ('Alder Lake') Intel Core processor family includes 60 variants, starting with six unlocked desktop processors.

Published in Hardware

ANALYSIS An American demand that semiconductor manufacturers provide internal information about chip inventories, orders and sales data appears to be aimed at helping Intel which has fallen well behind.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Experience Improvement (XI) solutions vendor InMoment has appointed Mehul Nagrani as general manager, AI Product & Technology. 

Published in People Moves

AMD is the company that made PCs great again, radically revving up and epically rising to the challenge, showing up Intel whose main claim to fame in that time was coasting along for a decade-plus and ripping off PC consumers.

Published in Home Tech
Friday, 08 October 2021 16:27

Dell updates PowerEdge server family

Dell's new PowerEdge entry-level rack and tower servers are designed for small, medium and large businesses, according to the company.

Published in Hardware

Semiconductor company Intel introduces Loihi 2, a second-generation neuromorphic research chip and Lava, an open-source software framework for developing neuro-inspired applications.

Published in Business IT

Global networking products manufacturer Juniper Networks is working with Intel to ramp innovation in the Open Ran (ORAN) ecosystem.

Taiwanese computer hardware manufacturer Gigabyte has been hit by a ransomware attack, forcing the shutdown of systems, and with the group responsible threatening to release 112GB of stolen data from Gigabyte, Intel, AMD, and American Megatrends.

Published in Security

Despite getting its butt seriously kicked by AMD, Apple, TSMC and others, Intel is still the world's biggest maker of CPUs for traditional computers, and it has announced its first new transistor architecture is more than a decade, along with an "industry-first" for backside power delivery and "continued leadership in advanced 3D packaging innovations," along with its first customer announcements for its Intel Foundry Services (IFS).

Published in Business IT

Together, Intel and Microsoft are delivering people’s "favourite mobile apps" to PCs with Intel Bridge Technology, as announced at the Windows 11 launch this morning.

Published in Home Tech

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