Intel's Next CEO Will Be COO Brian Krzanich
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published May 02, 2013
In the past, the chip maker has often promoted COOs to CEO.
Tags: Intel, chip, CEO, COO, processor
Intel to Buy API Management Vendor Mashery
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published April 18, 2013
The chipmaker is moving deeper into the software business.
Tags: merger and acquistion activity, API, software, Intel, Mashery
Intel Moves to Revolutionize Networking
By Rob Enderle | Article Published April 17, 2013
The trends toward SDN and NFV could have major implications for telecommunications, as well as other networks.
Tags: Intel, SDN, telecommunication, Virtualized Networks
Intel Earnings Drop 25%
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published April 17, 2013
Sluggish PC sales account for much of the decline.
Tags: processors, Intel, PC sales, quarterly financials, earnings, revenue, chips
Intel Rethinks Server Racks
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published April 10, 2013
The company shows a design where processors, memory and storage are each in separate areas.
Tags: server racks, architecture, servers, data center, Intel
Report: Intel May Soon Make Apple Chips
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published March 07, 2013
Unnamed sources are saying the two firms have discussed a deal.
Tags: Intel, Apple, Samsung, chips
Intel Launches Its Own Hadoop Distribution
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published February 26, 2013
The chip maker wants to get into the big data game.
Tags: Intel, software, big data, open source, Hadoop, analytics
Intel Revises Its Itanium Plans
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published February 18, 2013
Analysts speculate that the end may be near for the chip used in some HP servers.
Tags: Itanium, server processor, HP, chip, Intel
Intel to Exit the PC Motherboard Business
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published January 23, 2013
"Haswell" will be the company's last desktop motherboard.
Tags: desktop, Intel, motherboard, PC
Google Repeats as 'Best Company to Work For'
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published January 21, 2013
Other tech firms in the top 10 included SAS, NetApp and Ultimate Software
Tags: Google, Microsoft, Salesforce, Intel, employers, Cisco, NetApp
Intel Earnings Fall, But Beat Expectations
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published January 18, 2013
The chip maker's fourth quarter wasn't as bad as it could have been.
Tags: chips, revenue, quarterly financials, Intel, earnings
Intel: $599 Ultrabooks Are Coming This Year
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published January 08, 2013
The next generation of ultrabooks will all have touchscreens.
Tags: Intel, touchscreen, laptop, ultrabook
Why Your TV Will Have Intel Inside
By Mike Elgan | Article Published January 02, 2013
The chip giant is working on a smart TV product. But why?
Tags: Intel, set-top box, chips, processor
Intel CEO Paul Otellini Announces Early Retirement Plans
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published November 19, 2012
Otellini's decision to retire at age 62 was something of a surprise.
Tags: CEO, retirement, Paul Otellini, Intel
Cray Launches 100-Petaflop XC30 Supercomputer
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published November 08, 2012
The "Cascade" system features Intel processors and the revolutionary Aries interconnect.
Tags: Intel, DARPA, AMD, supercomputer, Cray
Report: Apple May Stop Using Intel Chips in Macs
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published November 06, 2012
The chips Apple uses in iPads and iPhones could be powerful enough to run a desktop or laptop.
Tags: IOS, iPad, iPhone, Apple, OS X, ARM, processor, chip, Mac, Intel
AMD + ARM: Creating the Next Generation of Cloud Servers
By Rob Enderle | Article Published November 01, 2012
AMD's decision to launch servers that utilize ARM technology could radically change the industry landscape.
Tags: mobile, Intel, processors, AMD, ARM, servers, Microsoft, cloud computing, GPU
Intel's Revenue, Net Income Drop
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published October 17, 2012
The company needs strong sales of Windows 8 PCs in order to turn things around.
Tags: Intel, PC, quarterly financials, Windows 8, chip
IHS: Ultrabook Sales Lower Than Expected
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published October 02, 2012
The market research firm has cut its predictions for ultrabook sales.
Tags: sales forecast, ultrabook, Intel, iSuppli
Intel Shows Off Windows 8 Tablets Running Its Clover Trail Chips
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published September 28, 2012
The new chips will run many devices targeted at business users.
Tags: hybrid, tablets, Intel, Windows 8
Motorola Launches Intel-Powered Smartphone
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published September 18, 2012
The Razr i is Motorola's first smartphone to feature an Intel processor.
Tags: Google, smartphone, chip, Motorola Mobility, razr, processor, Intel
Intel and HP to Build World's Most Efficient Supercomputer
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published September 11, 2012
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory supercomputer will be devoted to renewable energy and energy efficiency research.
Tags: supercomputer, HP, energy efficiency, Intel
Lenovo Says RT Tablets up to $300 Cheaper Than Win 8
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published August 17, 2012
Windows 8 tablets will be for corporations; Windows RT tablets will be priced for consumers.
Tags: Windows 8, tablets, ARM, Lenovo, Intel, AMD, Microsoft, Windows RT
Intel Earnings Rise as Windows 8 Release Nears
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published July 18, 2012
Intel CEO remains optimistic that ultrabooks and Microsoft's new operating system will boost business.
Tags: Intel, Windows 8
Intel's Income Rises, but Company Warns of Slower Growth
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published July 18, 2012
The chip maker's earnings beat expectations, but the retail PC market is softening.
Tags: PC, ultrabook, chip, revenue, Intel, earnings
Intel Acquires Whamcloud for Supercomputing Scale
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published July 16, 2012
Intel scales out its ability to deliver services and technology for exascale infrastructure.
Tags: Whamcloud, supercomputing, Intel
Intel Buys IDesia Biometrics to ID Heartbeats
By Pedro Hernandez | Article Published July 05, 2012
Intel buys a star-tup that uses a novel approach to identify users. But where does it fit into the chipmaker's plans?
Tags: security, acquisition, biometrics, Intel, mobile
HP's Project Moonshot: The Future of Small and Large Scale Servers
By Rob Enderle | Article Published June 28, 2012
Project Moonshoot could provide HP with a significant advantage in the computer server market.
Tags: HP, Intel, servers
Vindication for Intel's Future-Seeing Dr. Genevieve Bell
By Rob Enderle | Article Published May 15, 2012
The Intel technologist was honored by Women in Technology International for work in integrating the human element into technology.
AMD Launches Trinity APUs to Compete With Intel Ivy Bridge Chips
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published May 15, 2012
The new processors could lead to lower cost systems to compete with ultrabooks.
Tags: processor, Intel, chip, ultrabook, AMD
Intel Updates Xeon Line of Server Chips
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published May 14, 2012
The new processors are aimed at the high-performance computing market.
Tags: server, processors, chip, Intel, Xeon
Intel to Buy HPC Interconnect Assets of Cray for $140M
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published April 25, 2012
The additional technology and employees will bolster Intel's high-performance computing portfolio.
Tags: networking, Intel, interconnect, Cray, HPC
Intel Rolls Out Ivy Bridge Processors
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published April 23, 2012
The new line of quad-core processors will feature "3D transistors."
Tags: Ivy Bridge, processors, Intel
Apple, Google, Intel Fail to Dismiss Staff-Poaching Lawsuit
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published April 20, 2012
Six California companies will face an antitrust lawsuit brought by the Department of Justice.
Tags: Intel, Apple, Google, antitrust, lawsuits
Intel Ramping up for Ultrabook Revolution
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published April 18, 2012
The chip giant is moving forward with its next generation of server and desktop processors.
Tags: ultrabook, PC, processor, chip, Intel
75 Ultrabook Designs on the Way, Prices to Reach $699
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published April 12, 2012
Intel says prices for ultrabooks should drop in time for the back-to-school shopping season.
Tags: Intel, ultrabook
Apple Poised to Unseat Intel as Top Mobile Chip Company
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published March 22, 2012
The iPad and iPhone maker captured 13.5 percent of the mobile chip market last year.
Tags: Intel, chips, Apple, mobile
Intel vs. Apple: Strategic vs. Tactical
By Rob Enderle | Article Published March 22, 2012
Far more than Apple, Intel is taking steps to prepare for the future, opines a tech pundit.
Tags: Intel, Apple
Intel Dominated, AMD Gained in Chip Market in 2011: IDC
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published March 16, 2012
Average selling prices for processors climbed 9 percent.
Tags: Via Technologies, processors, Intel, chips, AMD
Intel to Postpone Mass Shipments of Ivy Bridge Processors
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published February 16, 2012
Laptop vendors fear the first part of 2012 will be a "dark period" for the industry.
Tags: Intel, Notebook, processors, laptop
HP, Intel Rethink Processor Upgrades in Servers
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published February 15, 2012
Smart Socket technology helps reduce the chance of errors and system failures.
Tags: HP, processor, servers, upgrade, Intel
RealNetworks to Sell Patents to Intel
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published January 27, 2012
Intel will pay $120 million for 190 patents, 170 patent applications, and video software.
Tags: patent, Intel, video, RealNetworks
Despite Thailand Floods, Intel Reports Record 2011 Results
By Thor Olavsrud | Article Published January 20, 2012
Intel Thursday reported record full-year 2011 revenue of $54.2 billion and earnings per share of $2.39 in the face of severe flooding in Thailand. Yet the company warned the first quarter of 2012 might be affected.
Tags: microprocessors, Intel, chips, earnings
Intel Enters Smartphone Market After Uphill Battle
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published January 11, 2012
The company announced that Lenovo and Motorola will release phones based on Intel's Medfield chips.
Tags: processors, Intel, smartphone
Intel Lowers Revenue Guidance by $1 Billion, Blames HDD Shortage
By Thor Olavsrud | Article Published December 12, 2011
Intel warned that its revenue for the fourth quarter would likely fall short of previous guidance because its PC manufacturing customers have slowed their orders to align with the severe shortage in hard disk drives resulting from severe flooding in Thailand.
Tags: Intel, stock price, HDD, revenue
Intel Lowers Q4 Revenue over Hard-Drive Shortage
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published December 12, 2011
The chip maker says it will make a billion dollars less than it previously predicted.
Tags: Intel, hard drive, revenue
Details Leaked on Intel 'Ivy Bridge' Processors
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published December 05, 2011
X-bit Labs says that Intel's new processors will debut in the second quarter of next year.
Tags: processors, Intel
AMD Launches 16-Core Opteron 6200 Series, Expands 2012 Road Map
By Thor Olavsrud | Article Published November 15, 2011
The chip maker unveils the newest series of Opteron chips, intended to boost the performance, scalability and efficiency of database, cloud and high-performance computing applications.
Tags: cloud computing, Intel, virtualization, Opteron
Oracle Updates Linux, Sticks with Intel and Promises Solaris
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published October 05, 2011
Oracle doesn't really want its Intel business to go to zero, despite comments made by Larry Ellison last week.
Tags: database, Linux, Intel, Solaris, Oracle
Intel Joins Samsung for Tizen as Meego Dies
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published September 28, 2011
Yet another Linux mobile platform bites the dust as new Tizen project is born from the ashes of Meego.
Tags: Samsung, Intel, mobile
Microsoft Confirms x86 Apps Won't Run on ARM Windows 8
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published September 15, 2011
Microsoft officials clarified Wednesday that when they say existing Windows apps will be compatible with Windows 8, they mean on x86 chip architectures.
Tags: ARM, Intel, Windows 8, Windows 7, x86
Servers with Intel Xeon E5 Chips Due Early 2012
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published September 14, 2011
The Sandy Bridge-based chips will have up to eight processing cores each.
Tags: Intel, server
Intel Pours $300 Million into 'Ultrabook' Laptop Development
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published August 11, 2011
The chipmaker wants to spur the creation of devices that combine the characteristics of tablets and laptops.
Tags: Intel, ultrabook
Intel and Microsoft Beg to Differ With Apple and Google on Post PC Era
By Rob Enderle | Article Published June 03, 2011
Given the potential synergy between Intel and Microsoft, the iPad may not be remembered as this eras dominant product after all.
Tags: iPad, Intel, Google, tablet, Apple
Five Questions about Windows 8
By Mike Elgan | Article Published May 18, 2011
Will Windows 8 be a "tweak" of Windows 7, or a radical overhaul?
Tags: Windows 8, Windows 7, Microsoft, Intel, iPad apps
Are Multiple ARM Versions of Windows 8 Coming?
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published May 18, 2011
At an Intel affair, one of the chip manufacturer's execs let slip that Microsoft is planning more than one version of Windows 8 for ARM processors.
Tags: Intel, Windows 7, Microsoft, Windows 8, ARM
Intel Unveils 10-Core Xeon E7
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published April 06, 2011
Intel's new E7 family of Xeon CPUs is built on 32-nanometer processor technology and incorporates the chipmaker's Hyperthreading Technology.
Tags: Storage, Xeon, Intel, processor, servers
McAfee Buys Database Security Vendor Sentrigo
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published March 24, 2011
The database security vendor's products include a Database Activity Monitoring (DAM) solution that provides virtual patching for database deployments.
Tags: Intel, security, database, McAfee, database security
Intel's Thunderbolt Offers Superfast Transfer Rates
By David Needle | Article Published February 24, 2011
Apple is the first computer maker to adopt Intel's new superfast Thunderbolt data transfer technology, formerly known as Light Peak.
Tags: PCI, Apple, MacBook Pro, data transfer, Intel
AMD Beats Analysts' Expectations for 2010
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published January 21, 2011
The number two chipmaker turned in 2010 financials that were flat year-to-year.
Tags: Intel, Dirk Meyer, processors, AMD, earnings
Intel Reports Record Earnings, Forecasts Even Better 2011
By David Needle | Article Published January 13, 2011
CEO Paul Otellini promises chip giant will be more competitive in smartphones and tablets versus ARM and others, and plans push forward on netbooks.
Tags: earnings, netbooks, processor, Intel, Intel Atom
CEO Search: What AMD Needs
By Rob Enderle | Article Published January 12, 2011
With Dirk Meyer out as CEO, AMD needs someone who understands emerging opportunities in the smartphone-tablet market.
Tags: smartphone apps, AMD, tablet computer, Intel, Dirk Meyer
Is Intel's 'Connected Store' Concept the Future of Retail?
By David Needle | Article Published January 11, 2011
The chip giant teams with MIT Media Lab, Best Buy and others to show off some high tech retailing concepts.
Tags: analytics, video, Best Buy, retail, Intel
AMD Bombshell: Dirk Meyer Out as CEO
By David Needle | Article Published January 10, 2011
Chipmaker names CFO Thomas Seifert as interim CEO following Meyer's sudden resignation.
Tags: AMD, Intel, Fusion, Enterprise IT, chips
Intel Tops Revised Estimates in 3Q
By Larry Barrett | Article Published October 12, 2010
Chipmaker managed to hurdle its own watered down estimates and provides a better-than-expected outlook for fourth quarter.
Tags: Intel, Paul Otellini, earnings, chips, hardware
Will Microsoft Acquire Symantec?
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published September 10, 2010
Fueled by Intel's planned acquisition of McAfee, some observers speculate that Symantec is on Microsoft's list.
Tags: security, Intel, Microsoft, Symantec, McAfee
Intel Invests Heavily in Virtualization
By David Needle | Article Published September 03, 2010
Attempting to constrain its titanic infrastructure costs, the tech titan has put its chips on virtualization.
Tags: data center virtualization, virtualization, IT, Virtual Cloud Management, Intel
Intel Introduces Dual-Core Atom Processor for Netbooks
By Thor Olavsrud | Article Published August 24, 2010
Seeking to give netbooks a performance boost, Intel unleashes the dual-core Intel Atom N550 microprocessor while a number of PC makers roll out new netbook models using the chip.
Tags: microprocessors, Atom, Intel, AMD, netbook
Chip Sales Rise Significantly
By Thor Olavsrud | Article Published August 23, 2010
IDC said Q2 global PC microprocessor shipments and revenues increased 3.6 percent and 6.2 percent, respectively.
Tags: chip, microprocessors, chip sales, AMD, Intel
Chip Sales Up Globally
By - Reuters | Article Published July 06, 2010
Shrugging off bad news, chip sales show robust year over year sales increase.
Tags: processors, chips, Texas Instruments, chip sales, Intel
Intel Previews Where Tech is Headed
By Andy Patrizio | Article Published July 01, 2010
From a Segway-mounted robot to sensors that eliminate the need for a router, Intel plans be inside more than PCs.
Tags: research, Network Equipment, SSD, Intel, networking
Intel Upgrades Atom, Targeting Smartphones
By - Reuters | Article Published May 06, 2010
Intel claims its new Atom offer lower power consumption, tinier size and reduced costs.
Tags: smartphones, smartphone, smartphone review, Atom, Intel
Will Apple Buy AMD?
By Rob Enderle | Article Published April 22, 2010
The smartphone and PC markets trend toward vertical integration could prompt Apple to snap up AMD.
Tags: Apple, Intel, AMD, smartphone
Resurgent Notebook, Server Demand Boosts AMD to Surprise Profit
By Andy Patrizio | Article Published April 15, 2010
Looks like Intel isn't the only chip vendor benefitting from the strengthening computer market.
Tags: Intel, Opteron, ATI, earnings, AMD
Mobilizing Open Source: Intel, Nokia Dish on MeeGo's Progress
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published April 15, 2010
The two hardware giants detail how their new mobile effort relies on the wider open source community -- but don't expect an entirely open source final product.
Tags: Intel, open source, MeeGo, Nokia, Linux