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The ghost in the machine that maximizes uptime
Intel MFP uses machine learning to improve the performance and reliability of server memory to predict potential failures and prevent downtime.
Unfixable vulnerability found in Intel chipsets 'impossible' to detect
Positive Technologies says it is ‘impossible’ to detect this kind of key breach, and no firmware updates can fix the vulnerability.
When the cloud falls to earth, it could be time for cloud repatriation
“How do I know when a workload would be better off running in or outside of the cloud?”
Intel & QuTech outline 'milestone' in quantum computing
'Horse Ridge' could pave the way for further understanding how quantum practicality could solve real-world problems.
Maintaining uptime in the data center is no game of checkers
How Intel memory failure prediction uses AI to reduce server crashes caused by hardware failures
Intel board elects new chairman & new director
Intel’s board of directors has recently welcomed Dr Omar Ishrak as its new independent chairman, following the upcoming departure of Andy D. Bryant in May 2020.
New study reveals ‘huge’ gender disparity in Indian businesses
"The Zinnov-Intel India Gender Diversity study offers valuable data, insights and industry best practices that would be instrumental in furthering the goal of 'Be-WISE' to accelerate inclusive participation of women in the workplace."
QCT & Intel modernize enterprise data centers
QCT has announced a new performance-optimized Intel Select Solution for VMware vSAN v2.
Intel takes next step toward taking quantum commercial
The new cryogenic control chip, code-named “Horse Ridge”, will enable control of multiple qubits and set a clear path toward scaling larger systems.
ADLINK brings automation to edge computing with Intel and AWS
ADLINK AI at the Edge solution ‘closes the loop’ on the full cycle of machine learning model building, from design to deployment to improvement.
Lenovo, Intel & Harvard build liquid-cooled supercomputer
Lenovo, Intel, and Harvard University are the driving forces behind an effort to create Harvard’s first liquid-cooled supercomputer, nicknamed Cannon.
AI capabilities power global IoT adoption
Artificial intelligence is the key to realising value from internet of things (IoT) initiatives, according to a recent survey of global business leaders.
The powerful tech helping to uncover the universe's mysteries
“Cosmological simulations like galaxy formation and black hole creation require hundreds of thousands of cores connected to each other to run."
Intel hires new CMO & corporate treasurer
Karen Walker and Sharon L. Heck joins the company's executive team.
USB4 is coming, and it's based on Thunderbolt
The non-profit USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF) is preparing for the launch of USB4, with new specifications for its design and use.
Intel to release 10th gen mobile CPUs later this year
Comet Lake CPUs will be available later this year in more than 90 designs for use in laptop and two-in-one devices.
Intel launches first 10th Gen Intel Core processors
The processors bring high-performance artificial intelligence (AI) to the PC at scale, feature new Intel Iris Plus graphics for entertainment.
Intel to sell smartphone modem business to Apple
Approximately 2,200 Intel employees will join Apple, along with intellectual property, equipment and leases.
Fujitsu tapped to upgrade Australia’s most powerful supercomputer
The new machine will provide a 10-fold increase in speed and provide Australian researchers with world-class, high-end computing services.
Supermicro launch solutions for security and AI at the edge
New edge servers bring up to 37 LAN port software-defined networking solutions and AI inferencing to the network edge.
IDC: Global personal computing market sees growth bump
Year-over-year growth during the quarter reached 4.7%, which was notably higher than expected.
Intel releases new chip packaging tools to promote innovation
When combined with Intel’s process technologies, new packaging capabilities will allow for customer innovation and help develop new computing systems.
Intel to acquire ethernet fabric provider Barefoot Networks
Intel is pushing deeper into the data centre market, after the company announced its intentions to buy out emerging ethernet switch and data centre software manufacturer Barefoot Networks.
How Intel aims to make enterprise collaboration accessible for all organisations
As companies of all sizes turn to cloud computing for its flexibility, efficiency and overall cost-effectiveness, they are also looking for ways to make meetings more productive.