Hardware Central: "Intel today broadened its number of ultra-low voltage processors (ULV) to include a complete range, from Celeron to Core i7, for the super-thin laptop market. This announcement builds on Intel's January introduction of laptop processors, which included only a few low-end ULV processors."
My home PC is pretty old (1.8 Ghz P4 processor, 40GB HDD and 128MB ram). I want to reassemble my PC, but I cant invest lot of money into it. From what I see the major components I need are MotherBoard, Processor, RAM and HDD.
Intel today announced that Intel® Media SDK 2013 for Servers now supports both Linux and Windows server operating systems. The SDK helps enable servers to deliver up to 12x the amount of simultaneous HD video streams over traditional software-only solutions.
Intel and AMD both announced new high-performance computing (HPC) processors, with Intel unveiling four- to eight-core Xeon 7500 & Nehalem EX& processors and AMD announcing eight- to 12-core Opteron 6000 & Magny-Cours& chips, says eWEEK. Meanwhile, an iSuppli survey says that AMD's semiconductor market share grew 1.6 percent to 12.1 percent in the fourth quarter....
While much of the focus at MWC 2014 is on smartphone and tablet manufacturers and where they are heading with their devices, other companies are present to help show how they want to power those new devices.
Quad-core phones? Old news. All the manufacturers are doing that now. How about a 48-core CPU for smartphones and tablets? Intel’s looking to shake up the mobile market and make that kind of processing power a reality within the next ten years.
Intel announced today their new Silvermont microarchitecture, a new design for 22nm Tri-Gate SoC chips. The architecture will offer three times the performance of current generation Atom processors while using five times less power. The new chips may help Intel get their chips into top-tier phones that seem to be dominated by Qualcomm chips.