Intel promised $50 10Gb Ethernet ports back in 2012. But you rarely see them even on workstation class machines. Adoption has been slowed by several issues: Gigabit Ethernet works fine … Continue reading
SAN FRANCISCO — Today’s datacenters just aren’t good enough to meet the demand for the millions upon billions of connected devices and critical workloads piling up. That has been the key … Continue reading
Intel said Thursday that its second quarter results will be better than expected courtesy of the enterprise PC upgrade cycle.
According to Intel, its second quarter revenue will be about $13.7 billion give or take $300 million. Intel had projected revenue of $13 billion, give or take $500 million when … Continue reading
Google is eyeing IBM’s Power processors for the servers that power its services. Amazon is reportedly pondering custom ARM-based chips for its cloud servers. Add it up and the big … Continue reading
While Bay Trail is built on the 22nm manufacturing process, Braswell, like its more powerful Broadwell sibling, will have a 14nm architecture. As is usually the case with such shrinkage, … Continue reading
Intel chief executive Brian Krzanich says that he expects OEMs to push prices down over the coming weeks, and that this will result in $99 tablets, $299 Haswell laptops, and $349 … Continue reading
It won’t be the sexiest news to emerge from the annual Intel Developer Forum this week in San Francisco, but the chip giant has announced its latest business-class solid state … Continue reading