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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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.
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.
Even if you can still get more storage per dollar with a traditional hard drive, the market for solid state drives is red-hot, and Intel appears intent on leading the way. It's already released a couple of new SSD families this year, and a slide leaked to Engadget shows that the chip giant plans an additional five new series for the rest of 2011, including a version that uses the PCI Express interface.
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.
Intel has been providing dribs and drabs of information about its forthcoming Sandy Bridge processors during this week's Intel Developer Forum. For instance, we now know that the integrated GPU will not support many DirectX 11 features, and it will automatically get disabled when a discrete graphics card is added to a PCI Express slot.
At the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, Intel CEO Paul Otellini demos Google's television platform, which is due to hit the market later this month. Powered by Intel's processors, the new software allows embedded TV programming and game sharing via Facebook and other Web sites.
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More patent lawsuits involving Apple, announcements from Intel, AMD and Dell, a peculiar Google outage in China and the slow start for JooJoo lead today’s themes. You can get the day’s rolling posts via Twitter, RSS, or email.
The New York Times is reporting that Google TV, long one of those empty vessels into which people place their techno wishes (like every rumored Apple product), is actually going to happen, thanks to some fellow big names: Intel, Sony, and Logitech.As expected, the new platform will be based on Google's Android OS and will be opened up to outside developers to create apps that combine the Web with your HDTV via Google's Chrome browser.
Netgear's Push2TV adapter works with Intel Wireless Display to stream content from your laptop to your HDTV
Announced at CES and apparently already available at Best Buy, Netgear's Push2TV (PTV1000) adapter was designed to work with Intel Wireless Display technology in order to stream content via Wi-Fi from your laptop to your HDTV.The device basically combines the streaming capabilities of similar home theater devices with the ability to see anything on your laptop screen without needing to plug it into your set.
Itching for bragging rights with the gamers next door? Want to edit uncompressed HD video without breaking the bank? I turbocharge Apricorn's internal PCI-e array card with 4 Intel X25-M SSDs. Yup, its fast!
The manufacturer's new motherboard can operate in environments as cold as -20°C and as hot as 70°C
Taiwanese player has strengths to compete in niche areas but lacks the investment and product performance to truly take on the big boys, says analyst.
Via is making headway in some computing market segments but is still some way off from becoming a serious contender to the likes of AMD and Intel, according to an analyst.
The Surfboard C855 netbook reference design is built around an ageing Via processor, but the company says it easily supports high-definition video playback
Today's netbooks are mostly Intel Atom-powered, but that could change with the advent of VIA's Nano processor, which outperforms Intel's CPU in several areas.
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