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Atom line of low-power processors have found their way into various tablets and hybrid devices, performance-wise the processors are very similar to ARM Holdings -based alternatives...But until now, Intel didn't offer a middle of the road option.
Can Intel hold off the assault with market-specific products? Atom & Xeon mount a pincer attack Take a look at Intel's public roadmap for server-oriented system-on-chip products, and you'll see that the company has two distinct product lines: one
Intel Free Press article highlights Lighting Peak Buried in the depths of an obscure article published on the Intel Free Press website is a look at several of Intel's wireless technologies that Intel demonstrated at this year's Mobile World Congress.
One of the hot "buzzwords" in the server market today is the notion of a dense server, or a "micro-server." The idea behind this type of a server is that you take several very highly integrated, fairly low-power processors and have a bunch of them in
Guessing the size of Intel's Merrifield A while back, Intel published the following information sheet discussing the Merrifield product, and included was a picture of the Merrifield die, albeit not at a measurement-friendly angle: Intel's product
While there is still plenty of pessimism surrounding the company's long-term prospects particularly in phones and tablets it seems that Wall Street is finally starting to warm up to this often criticized semiconductor name. Two questions that
Like the hot dog, which hit the streets of New York just before the knish's debut in the late 1800s, the knish has not only endured, but also lived to spawn dozens of variants. But knish eaters have found themselves stymied since a small fire broke
The words "tech" and "high-yield" don't usually go together, but if you look hard enough there are exceptions. The problem is that those tech companies that do offer high dividends -- let's say 3% or higher -- generally have limited growth potential.
Intel has already launched a line of its Atom mobile chips that are tweaked to work as low-power server chips. The announcement, which was made on Monday at an event with industry analysts and media, means Intel will go a step further by offering a
The Intel executive behind the American chip maker's most important product of the yearthe 4th Generation Intel Core processor code-named Haswell, to be launched tomorrowis an Indian called Rani Borkar. This Mumbai-educated Intel veteran of 25 years