Micron will cease joint venture IM Flash with Intel in 2019
Micron Technology states that it is taking an option to acquire Intel's stake in IM Flash Technologies. The flash memory joint venture is currently still owned by both companies, but this will change for $1.5 billion.
IM Flash was founded in 2005 and is currently the world's only manufacturer of 3D ... Read more
Intel breaks up production group into three separate segments
Intel is going to split its production group into three separate segments, reports OregonLive. Also, Sohail Ahmed, who has led the production organization since 2016, will retire next month. The changes come while Intel is in a production crisis. The company is years behind schedule with its 10 nano... Read more
Intel invests 1 billion U.S. dollars in expansion chip plants
Currently, there is a worldwide shortage of processors for computers. Most likely for that reason, Intel today announced that it is investing 1 billion U.S. dollars in its chip factories, in an attempt to increase production.
The investment will be spread over three plants: in Ireland, Israel and th... Read more
“Almost all laptops and computers are at risk from a new security flaw.
Most modern computers, even devices whose hard disk is encrypted, are vulnerable to a new type of attack. That would make it possible to steal a lot of sensitive data in a matter of minutes. That's what new research from F-Secure shows.
This reports that none of the existing firmware measures in tes... Read more
Intel acquires NetSpeed to acquire larger share of mobile market
Today Intel announced that it has acquired NetSpeed Systems. This is a startup established in 2011 with the aim of accelerating semiconductor design. NetSpeed's focus is on developing system-on-a-chip, making it a good addition to Intel's future plans.
A system-on-a-chip (soc) combines a processor w... Read more
Intel props 32TB of NVMe storage in innovative data center form factor
Intel embraces the new ruler storage form with a 32TB variant. It wants to send a signal to the outside world that this new form factor works more efficiently and better in data centres. The ruler shape already has enough advantages to convince others.
Technology giant Intel has announced a DC P4500... Read more