Microsoft releases security updates for Intel CPU vulnerabilities
Microsoft has released out-of-band security updates to tackle the 'Memory Mapped I/O Stale Data (MMIO)' information disclosure vulnerabilities affecting Intel CPUs.
The vulnerability, initially disclosed by Intel on June 14, 2022, warned that processes running in a virtual machine could gain acc... Read more
Intel says it’s on track to reclaim chip production leadership
Intel claims that it's regaining its leadership position in the production of computer chips.
The chipmaker said it plans to leverage expertise in advanced process technology to reclaim the top market spot. Intel's CEO Pat Gelsinger said the company will expand production capacity and increase i... Read more
Supermicro unveils Intel Sapphire Rapids-based X13 server portfolio
Supermicro unveiled a comprehensive portfolio of storage systems and servers based on 4th Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors, also known as Sapphire Rapids.
Supermicro presented an Intel Xeon Scalable-based portfolio of servers and storage systems. The portfolio was dubbed X13 and includes serve... Read more
‘Intel’s German chip plant will need twice the city’s energy to operate’
According to officials cited by POLITICO, the planned Intel chip manufacturing plant in Magdeburg, Germany needs at least double the city’s power consumption after its operations kick off in 2027.
“The power consumption when Intel starts operating is greater than the current total power con... Read more
Intel will rebrand and upgrade its Celeron and Pentium processors
Intel Corporation announced that it will rebrand and upgrade of its Celeron and Pentium entry-level laptop processors in 2023.
The new Celeron and Pentium processors will be available to the general public by the first quarter of next year. Intel aims to make things easier and streamline the cu... Read more
Intel makes moves in the custom silicon market
Intel claims it can help organizations that don't have the customer base or budget for Graviton silicon. The chip manufacturer is making moves in the custom silicon market.
Many hardware and software vendors turn to 'custom silicon' to accomplish their goals in search of greater efficiency and ... Read more
Intel debuts its first Arc graphics cards for laptops
The Arc A-Series has launched. It is Intel's new family of standalone graphics processing units for laptops.
Intel has long included integrated graphics processing units (GPUs) in its central processor units. However, the business has traditionally not made standalone GPUs accessible, ... Read more
‘Intel wants to acquire Tower Semiconductor for 5.3 billion euros’
Intel wants to acquire Tower Semiconductor for 5.3 billion euros (6 billion dollars). This is reported by the Wall Street Journal based on anonymous sources.
Chip giant Intel has set its sights on Tower Semiconductor, an Israeli chip manufacturer. Anonymous sources told the Wall Street Journal t... Read more
‘Intel software-defined silicon available from Linux 5.18’
According to The Register, Linux 5.18 will be the first version to support software-defined silicon (SDSI).
Intel is developing SDSI to enable and disable features in existing processors. The organization first used the term in October 2021. Intel confirmed that SDSI is being developed, but rema... Read more
Apple steps up its processor roadmap significantly
Apple is working on second and third-generation processors based on 5 and 3 nanomillimeters, to be processed in new MacBooks and iPads.
According to The Information, the tech giant is currently busy with the development of the processors. The first version of the second-generation M1 processor h... Read more