Intel recently announced that its new range of Y-Series fourth generation (Haswell) processors will be shipping to manufacturers later in the year. These low powered chips are said to have a 4.5W scenario design power (SDP), and will power devices such as tablets and hybrid PCs.
Intel has revealed additional details for its second generation of Atom C2000 systems on a chip (SoCs). Previously known as Avoton and Rangeley, these 22nm SoCs are part of Intel's broader strategy to build data centers. In turn, these centers will form cloud computing infrastructures of the future.
A leaked Intel Xeon roadmap slide reveals Intel's plans to release its 14nm Skylake platform, with support for PCIe Gen 4.0 and SATA Express. The brief performance specifications of the next generation Knights Landing chip were also unveiled.
Intel is beta testing set-top boxes from its Internet TV services, with more than 2,000 company employees located in three different states in the US. The trials are alleged to have started as early as March this year, and the testing contingent is set to grow as more employees are included.
The new Samsung ATIV 9 ultrabooks have been updated today with the latest low power processors to give users even longer computing on-the-go. What's more, the flagship ATIV 9 Plus will blow you away with its ultra high screen resolution.
Intel's chief technical officer Justin Rattner has recently confirmed that a smart watch is in the pipeline. He admitted at Bloomberg's Next Big Thing conference where he mentioned the work-in-progress device was part of Intel's broad plan to explore alternative display devices.
Intel is launching a new series of SSDs for data centers and cloud computing to enhance hosting of cloud applications. Named the DC S3500 Series, it is designed for read-intensive applications including web hosting, cloud computing, and data center virtualization.