Samsung has announced that it is the first company to begin mass production of an SoC based on a 10nm FinFET process, ahead of players like Intel and TSMC. Devices featuring the new SoCs are expected as soon as early 2017.
Intel has launched the Stratix 10, a new FPGA product that combines a quad-core ARM processor, HBM2 memory, and an Altera-designed FPGA in a single package.
Kaby Lake is the first "optimized" product from Intel to officially debut on its new process-architecture-optimization model. This means a modest 10 per cent performance bump, but more significant gains in video encoding and decoding and power consumption.
A team at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have managed to build a functional 1nm transistor gate, which they say is the smallest working transistor to date.
Intel's Kaby Lake desktop processors haven't been announced yet, but leaked benchmarks have already surfaced online purporting to show a seventh-generation Core i7-7700K rivaling the Core i7-6800K Broadwell-E chip.
AMD has launched its seventh-generation Bristol Ridge PRO APUs in desktops from HP and Lenovo. Compared to the Bristol Ridge APUs that rolled out in September, the PRO APUs are targeted at commercial systems and come with additional features tailored for professional applications.
Meet Xavier, NVIDIA’s next-gen SoC with its sights set on autonomous driving and AI market segments!
At the inaugural GTC Europe 2016, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang took to stage and announced the next-gen SoC, Xavier. The new system on chip is in line to succeed Parker, the current SoC for autonomous vehicles.
You pay a pretty penny to look good, and the NZXT Aer RGB fans fulfill that with highly customizable lighting.
In the wake of the formal launch of the 7th generation Intel Core “Kaby Lake” CPUs, the company has decided to quietly introduce their “Apollo Lake” SoCs.
AMD has officially launched its 7th generation A-series “Bristol Ridge APUs, and both mainstream and gaming desktop PCs, powered by these APUs, are available worldwide now. Read now for more details!