Chinese tech giant says it has built its own server chip, called Yitian 710, which is touted to be compatible with the latest Armv9 architecture and will be used to develop new servers that will be deployed across Alibaba's businesses.
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Physicists from National University of Singapore say they have built a molecular device that can be tweaked to carry out different computational tasks, with the potential to be deployed in edge computing and mobile systems due to its efficient power usage.
New manufacturing facility in Singapore will support "fast-growing" 5G, automotive, and security hardware markets, where the chipmaker says it already has inked "long-term" customer agreements.
Chipmaker's chief Pat Gelsinger urges need for a more "geographically balanced" supply of processors, noting that 80% of the world's supply originates from Asia and this is "not a palatable" supply chain.
Largest of the US chipmaker's assembly and test sites, Intel Products Vietnam had shipped more than 2 billion units last year and saw enhancements made to its manufacturing capabilities of Intel's 5G, 10th Gen Core, and Core with hybrid technology.