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Synopsys and Arm enable tapeouts for mobile processors
New solution to enable faster time-to-market for smartphones, laptops, and other mobile devices.
Apple brings 8-core processors to MacBook Pro
The addition of 8th- and 9th-generation Intel Core processors will deliver 40% more performance than a 6-core Pro.
Intel announces “most powerful mobile processors ever”
Improvements in performance, responsiveness and Wi-Fi connectivity will be rolling out for gamers and creators alike.
Intel releases 8th gen vPro mobile processors
This generation promises longer battery life, better performance, and comes with a built-in hardware security solution, Intel Hardware Shield.
Intel adds U and Y series to 8th gen family
They are designed for maximum connectivity speeds and come with a range of upgrades to suit modern requirements.
New HPE Pointnext capabilities accelerate transition to memory-driven computing
Memory-Driven Computing is a new computing architecture that puts memory, not processing, at the centre of the computing platform.
Global eFPGA market to triple by 2024, reaching US$9 billion
Opportunity in the eFPGA market is growing as it renovates the chip design process and changes the way the data centres are maintained.
HPE expands its portfolio with the ProLiant DL325 Gen10 server
Customers can supposedly achieve enterprise-class process, memory and I/O performance without paying for a dual-processor server.
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'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.”