Intel Labs and Industrial Technology Research Institute say tests for their experimental memory array architecture will begin next year and is designed for use in mobile devices and data centers.
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Intel shows off its 20-nanometer NAND flash memory in the new SSD 335. While the SSD 335 uses the smallest and most efficient MLC NAND flash memory on the market today, it is functionally identical to its predecessor.
Processor architectures and filing systems will need dramatic redesigns to take advantage of upcoming non-volatile memory technologies, Intel has said.
The chip giant now offers a 22nm desktop chip for under $100, while cutting prices on existing Sandy Bridge budget CPUs.
Intel is Israel's biggest private-sector employer and has been behind some of its best-known projects, from the Pentium M to Cloverview.
Apple has restricted AirPlay mirroring in OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion to 2011 and newer Macs and its got users of older hardware howling mad. But it's not planned obsolescence on Apple's part, the feature requires Intel Quick Sync Video for optimal performance.
Kingston's new memory kits are engineered specifically for Intel's third-generation Core i5 and i7 "Ivy Bridge" processors.
Computex 2012, the world's second-biggest computer show, is expected to showcase numerous innovations based on Microsoft's forthcoming Windows 8 operating system and Intel's trade-marked Ultrabook specification. This will include systems based on both Intel and ARM processors, and there is a vague possibility that one system will run both Windows 8 and Google Android, based on an extremely unspecific "teaser" video released by Asus.
RealNetworks has completed the sale of a significant number of patents and next generation video codec software to Intel Corporation.
Intel sells a pair of its Flash memory factories to Micron as part of agreement to advance their NAND Flash memory joint venture relationship.
Intel and Micron have extended their longstanding technology partnership to include emerging memory technologies beyond flash.The companies will work on jointly developing new flash technologies, along with undisclosed emerging memory technologies, they announced on Tuesday.
Ahead of the big launch of its Ivy Bridge chips later this year, Intel has pushed out a handful of new Sandy Bridge processors, including a couple of Core i5 CPUs that lack integrated graphics.While the chip giant has made hay about the improved graphics included with Sandy Bridge, not all consumers wind up using them, preferring a discrete video card instead.
Dell has launched a small console-style Alienware X51 that, while part of its games-oriented range, could appeal to other users who want an affordable, upgradeable Windows PC for video and graphics processing. It packs a full-size graphics card into a small box, and the options include an Nvidia GeForce GTX 5551 with a gigabyte of GDDR5 video memory.
Google announced it is teaming up with the chipmaker to optimize Android for Intel-powered mobile devices.
AMD's budget-friendly updated C- and E-Series APUs now offer 3D photo and video playback on 3D HDTVs and monitors, better memory bandwidth and 10-plus hour battery life. Take that, Intel.
While you wait for wait impatiently for the first Bulldozer chips to ship, AMD has released something to consider when you're building your system around the new processors. The company has just introduced Radeon brand DDR3 SDRAM -- that's right, system memory -- for consumers, and graphics memory for manufacturers of Radeon graphics cards.
Intel is preparing to release a firmware update for its 320 Series solid-state drives, in a bid to fix a bug that causes some of the SSDs to crash and appear to have only 8MB in capacity.In a forum post on Sunday, Alan Frost of Intel's Non-Volatile Memory (NVM) product group said the company had been investigating the 'Bad Context 13x Error' problem that had affected some 320 Series SSDs, and had managed to replicate it "utilising strenuous testing methods".
With flashy looks and great specs like the Intel i7 processor, solid state harddrive, dedicated AMD Radeon graphics card and memory and a Blu-ray drive, the Sony Vaio S Series is a standout.
update Joint venture between Intel and Micron Technology finally opens much-delayed NAND flash memory facility in Singapore, and expects to hire up to 1,200 employees.
Once the backbone of Intel's desktop processor lineup, the Pentium brand has since become a value line, sitting between the budget Celeron family and the better performing Core i3 series. Now the chip giant is refreshing its Pentiums with a trio of new CPUs based on the Sandy Bridge platform, releasing them on May 22 according to Fudzilla.
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