Intel has unveiled a new platform designed to help businesses deploy and operate private clouds more efficiently via software-defined infrastructures.
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The new chipsets allow faster transfer speeds for storage devices and support Intel's forthcoming refreshed Haswell CPUs. Unlike the H97, the Z97 allows overclocking when used with an unlocked Intel processor.
Chipmaker wants to expand its partnerships with Indian original equipment manufacturers as it looks to introduce tablets and other mobile devices in the local market this year.
[UPDATE] In light of government attempts to subvert products and standards, both Linux and FreeBSD add extra entropy/randomness to the output of Intel's and Via's opaque hardware-based random number generators. Smart move.
Intel is working to provide "human-like senses" to computing by enabling touch and speech functionality across all devices.
The company will team with IDT to add wireless charging capabilities to a reference chipset in 2013 that could eventually let you recharge your cell phone cable-free from an Ultrabook or Intel-powered desktop.
Chipmaker said to be working with Total Immersion to bring augmented reality features such as gesture recognition into chipsets and help boost uptake of technology, report notes.
Intel plans to transfer data at 100Gbps via silicon photonics in a public demonstration in May.This will double the 50Gbps of data transfer via silicon photonics that Intel showed at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in September, 2010, Justin Rattner, Intel's chief technology officer, told ZDNet UK on Thursday.
Intel introduced the AppUp hybrid cloud service on Tuesday, a new service targeted towards small businesses with the intention of saving costs via pay-as-you-go software.
Intel's record earnings for its first quarter of 2011 reflect increasing demand from the enterprise and emerging markets
Intel will report its first quarter results and they are expected to be messy on many fronts. The company had Sandy Bridge chipset woes, closed two acquisitions and is facing a slowdown in PC sales.
The chip company has officially launched its Oak Trail platform, which it says will use over half the energy of the previous Pine Trail Atom chip
Intel has confirmed that the first tablets to use its new Oak Trail platform will be introduced in May.The Oak Trail platform is comprised of a single-core Atom CPU designed for netbooks and tablets, supported by the Whitney Point chipset.
A Chinese Web site has posted a slide showing a new Intel chipset that's designed to work with the company's forthcoming Sandy Bridge E processors ("E" standing for "enthusiast"). The X79 Express will replace the X58 as the top desktop chipset when the new high-performance CPUs are launched in the fourth quarter of this year.
Now we know why Intel has changed the name of its long-awaited "Light Peak" connection: because it isn't one. Thunderbolt isn't photonics-based, and makes the connection via a good old copper wire.
While Intel is still the king of CPUs, chief competitor AMD can't ignore an opportunity to take advantage of a misstep by its rival. With Intel still smarting from the chipset flaw that is marring the rollout of its new Sandy Bridge processors, AMD announced a new marketing campaign that takes a swipe with its tagline.
Online reports suggest that Apple will be moving the MacBook Air to the recently launched Intel Sandy Bridge chipset in June.The shift will be part of a summer refresh for the line-up that is essentially using the same processor — in this case, an Intel Core 2 Duo — as when the MacBook Air was announced in January 2008, ZDNet UK sister-site CNET News said in a report citing sources "familiar with Apple's plans".
On Monday (February 14th) Intel will begin shipping updated B3 stepping Cougar Point chipsets to fix the Sandy Bridge flaw announced a few weeks ago.
The delay of new PCs using Intel's second-generation Core processors may not be as long as initially thought. Intel said some customers will use original 6 Series chipset anyway while production of the updated Sandy Bridge chipset is going better than expected.
The company will resume shipments of its second-generation Intel Core processor, just a week after it found a design flaw that hurts performance