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Thursday 2 August 2018
Intel 10nm delay raises speculation of foundry business scale-down
Intel will not introduce its 10nm chips until the fourth quarter of 2019, which has raised speculation that the company may scale down its foundry business.
Friday 25 July 2014
Intel to launch Core M for use in notebook/tablet 2-in-1 models in 4Q14
Intel will launch 14nm-based Core M series processors specifically for use in fanless notebook/tablet 2-in-1 models in the fourth quarter of 2014, with many models to be exhibited...
Monday 19 May 2014
Haswell Refresh already available in retail channels ahead of Intel announcement at Computex 2014
Intel's Haswell Refresh processors and 9-series chipset-based motherboards are already available in retail channels worldwide despite Intel still having not yet made an official announcement,...
Wednesday 16 April 2014
Motherboard players pushing non-motherboard businesses for profit growth
Despite expectations of a strong second quarter thanks to the launch of Intel's Haswell Refresh platform, motherboard players such as Asustek Computer, Gigabyte Technology, Micro-Star...
Wednesday 9 April 2014
Intel to launch Haswell Refresh CPUs and 9-series chipsets in early May
Intel is set to launch its new Haswell Refresh processors and 9-series chipsets for desktops in early May, postponing the CPU giant's original schedule from April, according to sources...
Monday 24 March 2014
Intel desktop Haswell Refresh processors to be available in April
Intel will release several new 22nm Haswell Refresh-based processors in April, aiming to boost demand for desktop products and the company will also unveil several new designs for...
Friday 14 February 2014
Intel to launch Haswell Refresh 1 month early
Intel originally planned to launch Haswell Refresh and 9-series chipsets in May but has changed its plans to launch the CPUs in April, according to Taiwan-based DIY motherboard mak...
Monday 13 January 2014
Intel prepares Haswell Refresh processors for 2Q14
Intel's next-generation Haswell Refresh processors are expected to become available in the retail channel in May, and the CPU giant will also start shipping its Z97 and H97 chipsets...
Wednesday 25 December 2013
Intel 8-core Haswell-E processors to release in 3Q14 with prices around US$1,000
Intel is set to release its first eight-core processors for desktops, the Haswell-E series in the third quarter of 2014 priced at around US$1,000. The new series will succeed the...
Wednesday 27 November 2013
Prolonged Ivy Bridge life-cycle affects Intel 2014 CPU roadmap
Intel's slow transition from Ivy Bridge to Haswell has impacted the CPU maker's original roadmap for 2014 as Ivy Bridge remains the mainstream platform of the notebook industry and...
Wednesday 16 October 2013
Intel Broadwell CPU delay to help PC vendors regain pace
Intel's decision to delay the mass shipment schedule of its 14nm Broadwell-based processors by one quarter from the end of 2013 is expected to buy brand vendors some time to finish...
Tuesday 3 September 2013
Analog IC suppliers land short lead-time orders for notebooks
Taiwan-based analog IC design houses have seen a pull-in of short lead-time orders from their notebook clients, estimating that orders for September are about 30% higher than the...
Friday 30 August 2013
Intel to announce new Haswell processors in September
Intel is expected to announce a new lineup of Haswell processors on September 1. For desktops, the company will unveil 13 processors including the high-end Core i7-4771, mid-range...
Thursday 29 August 2013
Taiwan market: Acer offers sub-NT$20,000 Haswell notebook
Acer has recently cut the price of a notebook featuring a Haswell-based Core i5 processor to below NT$20,000 (US$667) in Taiwan and is aiming to compete for the back-to-school demand...
Wednesday 28 August 2013
Ivy Bridge to stay in market for some more time
Despite the launch of Intel Haswell processors in June, channel retailers currently still focus on digesting their Ivy Bridge-based notebooks, delaying the platform transition, according...
Wednesday 5 June 2013
Intel fourth-generation Core processor (Haswell)
Intel has introduced the fourth-generation Intel Core processor family, providing responsive, secure and powerful performance for consumers to create and consume content. With power levels as low as 6W in scenario design power, Intel is enabling thinner, lighter, cooler, quieter and fanless designs. The fourth-generation Intel Core processors are capable of delivering up to 15% better performance than the previous generation, the vendor said. Consumer and business systems based on quad-core versions of fourth-generation Intel Core processors are now available. Summer availability is planned for 2-in-1s ultrabooks, portable all-in-ones and traditional notebooks and desktops. New mobile business products with fourth-generation Intel Core vPro will be available later this year. The fourth-generation Intel Core processors can bring an 50% improvement in battery life over the previous generation in active workloads when watching movies or surfing the Internet, and two to three times improvement in standby battery life. For some systems coming to market this year, over nine hours of active use battery life or 10-13 days of standby with fresh data on a single charge is expected. To achieve this breakthrough, Intel significantly reduced the CPU power to as low as 6W and also worked across the system for power optimization. These improvements range from system-on-a-chip (SoC) and platform level technologies to Intel's 22nm process technology.