Wants to get Kaby Lake
It is beginning to look like the technology industry has written off 2016 as an annus horribilis and is only thinking about 2017. Microsoft has decided to delay its Surface Pro 5 from late 2016 to 2017 possibly so that it is not cursed.
New platforms not until January
We have been expecting Intel and AMD to release their new generation CPU’s by the end of the year, but now it looks like we will not see them until Janaury.
Takes early retirement
Intel's HPC director James Reinders is cleaning out his desk and Intel after 27 years.
So much for a world without wires
Intel appears to have given up on its wireless world project, which was based around its Core M chip.
Goldmont 14nm will bring fast Atom notebooks in 2H16
Intel has not given up on its power saving roadmap even if it will not produce any more phone SoCs. In fact its Apollo Lake notebook platform can bring up to 30 percent better performance.
Nvidia is losing ground to the coprocessor
Nvidia might have scored a few wins by touting its GPU’s in the HPC market, but it is starting to lose ground to the co-processor, according to Intel’s Diane Bryant.
3.6 per cent less than last year
Beancounters working for IDC have been adding up some numbers and reached the conclusion that the worldwide server market is experienced a year-on-year revenue slump of 3.6 percent in the first quarter.
Thanks to USB type C
After years of Intel failing to convincing people that Thunderbolt has a use, the tech finally appears to be taking off.
And Kaby Lake 7th-generation Core processors as well
Intel’s Navin Shenoy a corporate vice president and general manager for the Client Computing Group (CCG) has just announced the 7th generation Core architecture here at Computex 2016 in Taipei, Taiwan.
Core i7 6950X, Core i7 6900K, Core i7 6850K and Core 6800K now available
Back in December, we wrote that Intel would be officially lifting the veil off its very first 10-core consumer desktop processor at Computex 2016 in Taipei, Taiwan. This week, the time has now arrived and Intel has just revealed its entire lineup of 14-nanometer High-End Desktop (HEDT) Broadwell-E CPUs for its X99 desktop platform, based on socket LGA 2011-v3.