- News tagged "intel"
Monday, 26 Mar 2012
Intel is rumored to be preparing to launch a 22nm 'Valley View' Atom CPU with Intel HD 4000 graphics core. This in-built graphics processor will also be featured in Intel's Ivy Bridge CPUs. The 'Valley View' Atom CPUs are the touted successor to the current Intel Cedar Trail Atom processors.
Thursday, 22 Mar 2012
Formally called the CE5300, Berryville aims to offer set-top boxes and video gateways the same performance as one would see in video game consoles.
Wednesday, 7 Mar 2012
HP today announced a refreshed line-up of its powerful HP Z Workstations equipped with the latest Intel Xeon processor E5-2600 product family.
Intel's latest E5-2600 product family is built to scale and is capable to deliver up to 80 percent improved performance compared to the prior generation. New integrated PCIe 3.0 gives triple the data bandwidth to support data-hungry applications.
Wednesday, 29 Feb 2012
Intel says that its Ivy Bridge CPUs will be only delayed for a few weeks, dispelling the earlier rumor that their release would be delayed by two months.
Wednesday, 22 Feb 2012
New details of Intel Ivy Bridge CPUs have been revealed at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) in San Francisco by Intel spokespersons. Expect more PCIe Gen 3.0 lanes as well as an integrated DisplayPort controller.
Friday, 17 Feb 2012
According to sources we spoke to, the local availability of Sandy Bridge-E CPUs featuring C2 stepping is scheduled for 1st March. This is some good news for us after hearing about the reported delay of volume shipments for Ivy Bridge CPUs
If you need a push to get a Sandy Bridge notebook right now, consider this. Waiting for an Ivy Bridge powered Ultrabook just got a bit longer, if Digitimes is to be believed.
Wednesday, 15 Feb 2012
Motorola is expected to unveil its first Intel-powered Android 4.0 handset at Mobile World Congress 2012. Besides running on Intel's Medfield processor, the biggest selling feature of the unnamed device is its camera, which is said to boast instant-on and 15-frame-per-second burst mode.
Friday, 10 Feb 2012
Researchers at North Carolina State University have developed a way for collaboration between the CPU and GPU during the execution of programs, allowing their computing performance to be increased by over 20%.