Intel is partnering with Taiwan’s MediaTek on the development, certification and support of 5G modem solutions for the next generation of PC experiences...
Intel demonstrated its Intel Nervana Neural Network Processors (NNP) for training (NNP-T1000) and inference (NNP-I1000) ...
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich said that Intel will keep investing in two growing FPGA business, new FPGA and SoC FPGA product roadmaps, and continuing to provide the service and support that customers have come to expect from Altera.
Intel stated that the company will continue FPGA development for small systems, constrained but performance-critical systems and ultimate-performance environments – small, medium and large. And Intel will target these systems with stand-alone FPGAs, system-in-package solutions that tightly couple FPGAs with CPUs and monolithic SoC FPGAs that integrate both ARM and IA worlds.
For showing their achievement of FPGA technology, Brian displayed the latest FPGA from Intel, Stratix 10, based on Intel’s 14nm Tri-Gate process.
CTIMES loves to interact with the global technology related companies and individuals, you can deliver your products information or share industrial intelligence. Please email us to firstname.lastname@example.org
- 1TrendForce Announces 10 Tech Industry Trends for 2021
- 2Realtek Second Generation 2.5GbE Provides an Advanced Ethernet Solution for Modern Demands
- 3MicroSAM – The New Microcontroller-Agnostic Module Form Factor for the Enablement of Smart Sensors
- 4Lextar Partners With X Display to Accelerate MicroLED Mass Production
- 5Kingston, ADATA, Tigo Take Top Three of SSD Module Makers