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.
Dell's new PowerEdge entry-level rack and tower servers are designed for small, medium and large businesses, according to the company.
Semiconductor company Intel introduces Loihi 2, a second-generation neuromorphic research chip and Lava, an open-source software framework for developing neuro-inspired applications.
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.
RMIT is set to become the first Australian university to implement a dedicated cloud supercomputing facility on Amazon Web Services (AWS) to drive digital innovation in research and education at scale.
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).
A forthcoming documentary promotes the idea that sustainability should be a major focus for quantum technology.
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.
Intel and Cellwize are working together to help operators achieve the full benefits of 5G vRAN (virtual radio access networks), as cellular networks are migrating to the cloud.
Intel’s IPU is a programmable networking device designed to maximise processor efficiency in data centres. Intel says that with the solution, customers will be able to balance processing and storage.
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.
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.
Company News: The Bytecode Alliance, a community dedicated to creating new software foundations, building on standards such as WebAssembly and WebAssembly System Interface (WASI), today announced incorporation as a 501(c)(6) nonprofit organisation. Incorporated by Fastly, Intel, Mozilla and Microsoft, the Bytecode Alliance now invites organisations to join its cross-industry collaborative mission alongside new members Arm, Dfinity Foundation, Embark Studios, Google, Shopify, and University of California at San Diego.
Global accounting automation software provider BlackLine has appointed its fourth female director to its board, with the appointment of Barbara Whye, who will join the company from Apple where she currently heads up the inclusion and diversity role.
Parallels Desktop 16.5 for Macs now lets M1 and Intel-powered Macs run native code to run Windows 10 at "native speeds on Macs with a seamless experience loved by millions".
Global revenue from the sales of semiconductors in 2020 reached US$466.2 billion, an increase of 10.4% year-on-year, the technology analyst firm Gartner says.
Intel says its new 3rd-gen Intel Xeon Scalable is "the only data centre processors with built-in AI", delivering on average 46% increased performance."
Chinese PC manufacturer Lenovo has appointed Amar Babu to lead the company’s business in the Asia Pacific region, including Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, ASEAN, Australia, New Zealand, and India/South Asia.
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?
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