- News tagged "soc"
Wednesday, 13 May 2015
Chip is a US$9 single-board computer by Next Thing Co.. As of now, the company’s Kickstarter campaign appears wildly successful as over US$1 million has been pledged, exceeding its initial goal of US$50,000 by over 20 times.
Friday, 10 Apr 2015
At IDF Shenzhen 2015, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich showcased the Intel Curie. See what this tiny, Quark-powered wearable is capable of.
Wednesday, 1 Apr 2015
On a muted note, Intel has released the 14nm-based “Braswell” systems on a chip that aim to power entry-level desktops and notebooks. Find out more about these new systems on a chip here.
Thursday, 12 Mar 2015
Intel has announced the Xeon D SoC product family based on its 14nm Broadwell architecture, representing Intel's third-generation of 64-bit SoCs and a first for Intel Xeon. Read on for more information.
Monday, 2 Mar 2015
At MWC today, Intel announced a new family of mobile Atom chips that will come in three tiers, x3, x5 and x7, similar to the naming standard used by Intel's high-end Core processors. Expect to see the X3 family of chips in entry-level mobile devices, while the x5 and x7 will power mainstream and premium tablets and 2-in-1s.
Wednesday, 16 Jul 2014
A true octa-core processor, a built-in LTE modem, and support for 2K displays and 4K video recording and playback, the MediaTek MT6795 chipset is well placed to compete in the upcoming 64-bit Android era.
Thursday, 3 Apr 2014
Intel wants to ship 40 million tablets this year and they are attempting to achieve this target by accelerating their product offerings with two new updates to the Bay Trail processor.
Tuesday, 11 Feb 2014
In addition to delivering a HMP (Heterogeneous Multi-Processing) platform which unlocks the full power of all eight cores, the MT6595 comes with Ultra HD H.265 codec support.
Researchers at Intel Labs have revealed their new low-power graphics execution core, built on the 22nm fabrication process. It is apparent this upcoming graphics core is targeted at mobile devices where power efficiency is crucial.
Wednesday, 18 Dec 2013
An unnamed insider at Qualcomm has admitted that the Apple A7 did indeed cause panic attacks at the firm as no one saw it coming.