Intel announces NUC's End-of-Life
Intel have recently announced that they will be exiting the business of complete PC systems, including NUC mini-PCs and kits. This follows the announcement from earlier in the year that Intel would be exiting its pre-built server business as part of the company's ongoing loss-cutting strategy.
Gordon Moore dies, aged 94
Gordon Moore, one of the great men of the electronics industry has died in Hawaii aged 94. The impact of his genius is seen around us every day.
Intel expands its RealSense product line with D457 depth camera
Intel continues to expand its RealSense product line with the D457 depth camera. A GMSL/FAKRA interface enhances RealSense capabilities. That lowers both power consumption and ESD/EMI noise and reduces latency, RealSense assert. In addition, it allows for longer cable length compared to USB and higher bandwidth compared to Ethernet.
Intel and MediaTek form foundry partnership
Intel and MediaTek have announced a strategic partnership to manufacture chips using Intel Foundry Services’ (IFS) advanced process technologies.
Gelsinger warns chip shortage could last two more years
Intel boss Pat Gelsinger says the shortage of semiconductors could last two more years.
Intel introduces standard to reduce desktop PC idle power
Intel has introduced the ATX12VO power standard to reduce the levels of power consumed by desktop PCs in idle mode.
Using Artificial Intelligence to Save Coral Reefs
On Earth Day 2020, Accenture, Intel and the Sulubaaï Environmental Foundation announced Project: CORaiL, an artificial intelligence (AI) – powered solution to monitor, characterise and analyse coral reef resiliency.
FPGAs designed to support Intel Ultra Path Interconnect
Intel has announced shipments of new Intel Stratix 10 DX field programmable gate arrays (FPGA). The new FPGAs are designed to support Intel Ultra Path Interconnect (Intel UPI), PCI-Express (PCIe) Gen4 x16, and a new controller for Intel Optane memory to provide flexible, high performance acceleration. VMware is one of many early access program participants.
Intel ships first 10nm Agilex FPGAs
Intel today announced that it has begun shipments of the first Intel Agilex field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) to early access program customers. Participants in the early access program include Colorado Engineering, Inc., Mantaro Networks, Microsoft and Silicom. These customers are using Agilex FPGAs to develop advanced solutions for networking, 5G and accelerated data analytics.
FPGA transceiver to enable 400G Ethernet deployment
The Intel Stratix 10 TX FPGAs are according to the company, the world’s first field programmable gate array with 58Gbps PAM4 transceiver technology enabling 400Gb Ethernet deployment. This technology doubles transceiver bandwidth performance when compared to traditional solutions.
Data-centric world with new 10nm Intel Agilex FPGA family
Intel announced a brand-new product family, the Intel Agilex FPGA. This new family of Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA) will provide customised solutions to address the unique data-centric business challenges across embedded, network and data centre markets.
Intel Adds to Portfolio of FPGA Programmable Acceleration Cards
Intel have extended its field programmable gate array acceleration platform portfolio with the addition of the new Intel Programmable Acceleration Card (PAC) with Intel Stratix 10 SX FPGA, Intel’s most powerful FPGA. This high-bandwidth card leverages the Acceleration Stack for Intel Xeon CPU with FPGAs, providing data center developers a robust platform to deploy FPGA-based accelerated workloads. Hewlett Packard Enterprise* will be the fir...
Attackers bypass login credentials in corporate laptops
Thanks to the insecure defaults in Intel’s AMT, intruders are able to completely bypass user and BIOS passwords and TPM and Bitlocker PINS to backdoor almost any corporate laptop in a matter of seconds. F-Secure reports a security issue affecting most corporate laptops that allows an attacker with physical access to backdoor a device in less than 30 seconds.
Intel drones to the rescue
First responders from the Menlo Park Fire District, based in the technology hotbed of Silicon Valley, are pioneering the use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) to better and more quickly access and fight fires and save lives.
FPGA-based acceleration maximises performance of data centres
Intel has announced a comprehensive hardware and software platform solution to enable faster deployment of customised field programmable gate array (FPGA)-based acceleration of networking, storage and computing workloads. Complex data-intensive applications in the areas of genomics, finance, industry 4.0 and other disciplines are pushing the boundaries of data centre capabilities.
Witness the Warrior Princess take flight in drone light show
Witness the Warrior Princess take flight in a dazzling drone light show above the LA skyline.
Inside the new autonomous Audi car system
It has been revealed that Intel processing power will be part of autonomous driving systems on the 2018 Audi A8. The Silicon Valley Business Journal reported that Audi will use processors from Intel’s Programmable Solutions Group (PSG) and from its Wind River subsidiary as part of the self-driving system that will allow for Level 3 autonomous driving, among the most sophisticated technology that will be on the road.
Friend or foe? The future of Artificial Intelligence
On Thursday 22nd June Electronic Specifier attended a panel discussion organised by Intel entitled ‘AI and Humans: living happily ever after?’ Led by presenter of ‘The Gadget Show’, Georgie Barrat, the panel was composed of four robot experts: Sam Vincent, Co-creator, Writer and Producer of Channel 4’s Humans, Sabine Hauert, Royal Society Machine Learning Working Group member, Jeremy Wyatt, Professor of robotics...
FPGAs power facial recognition technology
To help detect and prevent possible incidents at critical facilities and public venues, Intel technology is powering a face recognition engine that can rapidly and accurately identify people, even when they are moving and in a crowd. NEC relied on Intel Arria 10 field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) operating on Intel Xeon processor–based servers to increase the performance of its NEC NeoFace facial recognition engine to a level where...
Collaboration develops and tests smart connected technologies
Subsidiary of Intel, Wind River, has engaged with the Transportation Research Center (TRC), The Ohio State University (OSU), and the City of Dublin to advance smart, connected, and autonomous technologies. The planned collaboration - focused around the Columbus region in central Ohio - aims to accelerate learning in the automotive community. The group looks to develop strategies and technologies that safely and securely increase the pace, qu...