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Equinix launches encryption SaaS for data centers & cloud
"The need for private, secure, globally available key management becomes paramount."
Where to buy your Coffee Lake - Ingram's best Intel offer
The comprehensive partner programme is just one among many the reasons to buy Intel's latest offerings from Ingram Micro.
Intel delivers huge leap forward with 8th Generation Core desktop processor range
Intel's latest offering steps things up a notch, increasing the total core count while infusing the units with company's Hyper-Threading Technology.
Intel cements SSD position with latest Optane offering
The Intel Optane SSD 900P, which promises workstation-class performance and industry-leading endurance.
How an SSD could optimise your business processes
The Intel Optane SSD 900P delivers workstation-class performance and industry-leading endurance.
Intel releases a tiny VR-ready PC
Great for VR enthusiasts and workload-heavy content creators, it will be Intel’s smallest premium VR-capable system on the market.
Intel aims to battle cyber security risks at a silicon level
In addressing the vulnerabilities reported by Google Project Zero, Intel and the technology industry have faced significant challenges.
Intel finds cost savings in modular servers
An Intel employee’s idea to make upgrading a server more like replacing a light bulb sees the birth of the disaggregated server.
Intel’s drone swarm shows off at Winter Olympics
The aerial performance painted colourful illustrations in the sky, including the Olympic mascot.
Intel ships industry’s first 58G PAM4-capable FPGA for network infrastructure
Intel announced that it has begun shipping its Intel Stratix 10 TX FPGAs, the industry’s only field programmable gate array.
Google launches Cloud IoT core, snaps up A/NZ-based customer
The company has also announced an ecosystem of delivery partners for the service including Cisco and Intel.
Intel set to bring 5G PCs to customers in 2019
Intel announced its collaboration with Dell, HP, Lenovo and Microsoft to bring 5G connectivity to Windows PCs.
IBM vs Google vs Intel - The race to quantum computing
While a 300-bit quantum chip is theoretically feasible, it is not, at this time, practically possible, nor is it commercially viable.
Intel amplifies Bug Bounty rewards to attract more security researchers
“We will continue to evolve the program as needed to make it as effective as possible and to help us fulfill our security-first pledge."
Intel sees promise in silicon spin qubits for quantum computing
Quantum computing is heralded for its potential to tackle problems that today’s conventional computers can’t handle.
Intel reimagines data center storage with new 3D NAND SSDs
Intel announced the Intel SSD DC P4510 Series for data center applications.
Gartner provides 7 steps for dealing with Spectre and Meltdown
No doubt you’ve heard of Spectre and Meltdown before, given security researchers are calling them ‘catastrophic’ - here's Gartner's advice.
ASUSTOR responds to Spectre & Meltdown with ADM update
ASUSTOR is releasing updates to its ADM this week as part of its efforts to fix the Meltdown security vulnerabilities.
Intel releases Spectre & Meltdown patches for some Skylake processors
Intel has officially released patches to OEM customers and industry partners running Skylake-based platforms.
Intel's new processors promise to relieve space & power constraints in edge computing
The processors will be supported by system software updates to protect customers from the security exploits like “Spectre” and “Meltdown.”
Former Intel president launches rival chip company
“We have an opportunity with cloud computing to take a fresh approach with products that are built to address the new software ecosystem."
Stop patching Spectre & Meltdown issues or risk reboot problems, Intel warns
Intel is warning all users to stop downloading patches for the Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities because they are causing system reboot issues.
Corporate users warned Intel AMT flaw has 'destructive' potential
Anyone who gains physical access to a machine could create a backdoor in less than 30 seconds and use the backdoor to remotely monitor activities.
Meltdown and Spectre fallout: patching problems persist
Malwarebytes has found that the patches are causing increases in CPU usage.