But losing a bit of ground in mobile
For some strange reason, AMD is making gains on Intel's server market while losing a little ground against Chipzilla in the mobile PC area.
Strategic reversal is the order of the day
Pat Gelsinger has revealed the cunning plan that got him the job of Intel CEO.
Part of chip production modernisation
Chipzilla is to invest $3.5 billion in the Rio Rancho technical campus as part of its global chip production modernisation.
Booming sales, but profits down
Chipzilla disappointed the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street by turning in a second quarter profit forecast well short of their great expectations.
$3.1 billion damage claim thrown out
Chipzilla is opening the champers after a US jury tossed out a patent infringement lawsuit filed against it by VLSI Technology.
EU antitrust enforcers will decide by May 20 whether to clear South Korean chipmaker SK Hynix Inc's $9 billion buy of Intel’s NAND memory chip business.
Put some nice Intel chips in there
Intel Chief Executive Kicking/ Pat Gelsinger has said that Intel will start producing chips at its factories within six to nine months to address the auto shortage, which has idled assembly lines at some US automotive plants.
Partners show off new ranges
Intel has just officially launched its first server products built on its 10nm process node and its partners have issued their server-based products.
High speed DDR4 kits ranging from DDR4-4600 to DDR4-5333
G.Skill has released a series of new high speed DDR4 kits aimed to be used on Intel's new Z590 platform. These kits will be a part of G.Skill's Trident Z Royal, Trident Z RGB, and Ripjaws V series and reach speeds of up to DDR4-5333.
Tests do not match the marketing claims
Retail availability for Intel's 2021 gaming CPU lineup, codenamed Rocket Lake-S has started and it is fair to say that the reviewers are not impressed.