Intel’s quest to make its Ivy Bridge processors more energy efficient could make devices like the Surface Pro a lot more compelling.
Intel chief executive Paul Otellini addressed Wall Street analysts this morning with the message that Intel isn’t a dinosaur clinging to the PC chip market, but a fleet competitor expanding in all directions where computing can be found.
The long-awaited next generation of Intel processors has arrived. Intel announced its 22 nanometer processors, coded-named Ivy Bridge, at a press conference Monday.
A senior Intel executive confirmed an earlier report that the company’s code-named Ivy Bridge laptop microprocessor will be delayed from the spring until June.
Intel has told partners that it plans to delay shipments of its upcoming Ivy Bridge processors for notebook computers, according to DigiTimes. That could disrupt product launch plans for notebook computer makers and throw off Intel’s plans to promote its Ultrabook thin laptops.
Apple’s flagship MacBook Pro laptops may be in for a refresher this month, thanks to new Sandy Bridge processors from Intel, reports AppleInsider.
Sean Maloney, Intel‘s newly appointed president of Intel China, plans to deliver a keynote speech at the Computex trade show in Taiwan next week where he will unveil a heavy-duty effort to steer Intel into the production of low-power microprocessors.
Intel said today that it will build its next generation of chips with 3D structures, a move that will allow it to pack much more computing power into a given space and stay on the path of technological advancement for years to come.