8th Gen Intel Core
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8th Gen Intel Core

The 8th Gen Intel® Core™ processor family, the newest generation of processors, is designed for what’s coming next. Experience exceptional performance, immersive entertainment and simple convenience with 8th Gen Intel Core processors. The first processors available are the mobile processors for thin and light laptops and 2 in 1s. Starting …

Happy Birthday, 8086: Limited-Edition 8th Gen Intel Core i7-8086K Delivers Top Gaming Experience
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Happy Birthday, 8086: Limited-Edition 8th Gen Intel Core i7-8086K Delivers Top Gaming Experience

What’s New: Intel celebrates the 40th anniversary of the first 8086 processor today by announcing the availability of its new 8th Gen Intel® Core™ i7-8086K limited-edition processor. The commemorative processor delivers Intel’s best desktop gaming performance with the power for advanced content creation and productivity. The 8th Gen Intel Core i7-8086K …

Intel at 50: Mount St. Helens and the ‘Mr. Volcano’ Program
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Intel at 50: Mount St. Helens and the ‘Mr. Volcano’ Program

Bunny suits worn in production and clean room facilities in Intel’s D1D/D1X plant in Hillsboro, Oregon, in April 2017, owe some of their design to work done by the “Mr. Volcano” program during the 1980 eruptions of Mount St. Helens in Washington. (Credit: Intel Corporation) Around 8:30 a.m., May 18, …

Pushing the Boundaries of Modern Computers at Computex
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Pushing the Boundaries of Modern Computers at Computex

By Gregory Bryant With Intel’s 50th anniversary next month, it’s a perfect time to celebrate one of the most important technologies of Intel’s legacy: the PC. As we transition to the data-centric era, the PC remains a critical facet of Intel’s business, and it’s an area where we believe there …

Intel at 50: The 8086 and Operation Crush
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Intel at 50: The 8086 and Operation Crush

Determined to be the first company to take a 16-bit processor to market, Intel pushed the 8086 from design to shipment in about 18 months. “People today are shocked when I tell them the schedule,” recalled Jim McKevitt, one of the lead engineers. The design team worked many nights and …

Intel Featured in TIME Drone Special Issue
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Intel Featured in TIME Drone Special Issue

Intel® Shooting Star® drones helped create their first magazine cover as part of the upcoming TIME drone special issue. The issue is the first TIME cover photo shot by a drone and featured an Intel drone light show. In early May, Intel’s drone team worked with TIME magazine to replicate …

Reimagining the Data Center Memory and Storage Hierarchy
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Reimagining the Data Center Memory and Storage Hierarchy

By Lisa Spelman We’ve all heard about escalating mountains of data – and yes, there is a tremendous amount of data generated daily that must be stored, secured and organized. More interesting than the amount of data is the value it represents. Value that comes from analysis and the resulting …

Intel Optane Technology
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Intel Optane Technology

Intel® Optane™ technology was introduced at IDF 2015 and will first come to market in a new line of high-endurance, high-performance Intel SSDs beginning in 2016. Intel Optane technology combines the revolutionary 3D XPoint non-volatile memory media with the company’s advanced system memory controller, interface hardware and software IP, to …

Intel at 50: The MCS-48 Family
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Intel at 50: The MCS-48 Family

By 1974, the combined potential of the microprocessor and erasable programmable read-only memory – both introduced in 1971 – was beginning to reveal itself, but the two products had to be purchased and installed separately. That made them useful for customizable applications, but too expensive and cumbersome for use in …

How is Artificial Intelligence Changing Science?
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How is Artificial Intelligence Changing Science?

Gadi Singer, vice president and architecture general manager for the Artificial Intelligence Products Group at Intel, uses artificial intelligence to reshape scientific exploration. Before his role with AI, the 35-year Intel veteran helped create the first Pentium processor; led development of the first Xeon processors and the first Atom processor; …

A History of PC Innovation (Infographic)
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A History of PC Innovation (Infographic)

Ever since Morris Tanenbaum launched the Silicon Age with the fabrication of the first silicon transistor at Bell Labs in 1954, the personal computer has undergone a transformative evolution. From the revolutionary Intel 4004 release in 1971 to the game-changing Ultrabook™ and 2 in 1s, Intel has been at the …

Intel at 50: Bunny Suits
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Intel at 50: Bunny Suits

When Intel was founded in 1968, standard clean room practices were lax. Facilities were kept reasonably clean, but employees wore their own clothes and the environment was not sterile. An early technician remembered “a couple of people in Fab 1 [in Santa Clara] got read the riot act … for …

Intel at 50: The 8080 Microprocessor
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Intel at 50: The 8080 Microprocessor

» Download all images (ZIP, 13 MB) Work on the 8080, the first single-chip microprocessor, began in 1972 largely because of the perseverance of Federico Faggin. Faggin led Intel’s development of the world’s first microprocessor, the 4-bit 4004 released in 1971, and the first 8-bit processor, the 8008, in 1972. …

Intel to Provide AI at Olympic Games Tokyo 2020; Reward Developer Community for Innovative Ideas
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Intel to Provide AI at Olympic Games Tokyo 2020; Reward Developer Community for Innovative Ideas

Intel Shooting Star drones form the Olympics rings as part of the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 opening ceremony drone light show. (Credit: Intel Corporation) What’s New: Today at Intel AI DevCon, Intel as a Worldwide TOP Partner and the Official artificial intelligence (AI) Platform Partner for the Olympic Games, launched …

Using Deep Neural Network Acceleration for Image Analysis in Drug Discovery
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Using Deep Neural Network Acceleration for Image Analysis in Drug Discovery

What’s New: Intel collaborates with Novartis* on the use of deep neural networks (DNN) to accelerate high content screening – a key element of early drug discovery. The collaboration team cut time to train image analysis models from 11 hours to 31 minutes – an improvement of greater than 20 …

Beyond the CPU or GPU: Why Enterprise-Scale Artificial Intelligence Requires a More Holistic Approach
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Beyond the CPU or GPU: Why Enterprise-Scale Artificial Intelligence Requires a More Holistic Approach

By Naveen Rao This is an exciting week as we gather the brightest minds working with artificial intelligence (AI) at Intel AI DevCon, our inaugural AI developer conference. We recognize that achieving the full promise of AI isn’t something we at Intel can do alone. Rather, we need to address …

Institut Curie Names Intel Lead Partner to Implement High-Performance Computing and Artificial Intelligence in Accelerating Genome Sequencing and Interpretation for Oncology
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Institut Curie Names Intel Lead Partner to Implement High-Performance Computing and Artificial Intelligence in Accelerating Genome Sequencing and Interpretation for Oncology

PARIS, May 23, 2018 — Institut Curie and Intel initiate a pioneering collaboration to develop, use and implement innovative bioinformatics tools, pipelines and techniques to improve the use of molecular profiling across both research and clinical oncology settings. On Wednesday, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich met with French Président Emmanuel Macron …

2018 AI DevCon
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2018 AI DevCon

On May 23-24, 2018, Intel hosts its inaugural AI DevCon event at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco. The event is designed to connect the top minds in data science, machine and deep learning, application development, and research to hear the latest perspectives and see practical implementations that …

Intel at 50: The Penang Fire and Recovery
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Intel at 50: The Penang Fire and Recovery

» Download all images (ZIP, 4 MB) In 1972, Intel launched its first production facility outside the United States, a 5-acre assembly site in Penang, Malaysia. The facility proved a quick success: By 1975, Intel Penang employed about 1,000 people and had become a crucial part of the company’s manufacturing …

Intel at 50: Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory
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Intel at 50: Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory

» Download all images (ZIP, 6 MB) One of the most important inventions of modern times had its origins in a quality control issue. In fall 1969, Intel was having reliability problems with its 1101 static random access -only memory (SRAM), the first mass-produced chip to use metal-oxide semiconductor technology. …

Addressing New Research for Side-Channel Analysis
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Addressing New Research for Side-Channel Analysis

By Leslie Culbertson Following Google Project Zero’s (GPZ)* disclosure of speculative execution-based side-channel analysis methods in January, Intel has continued working with researchers across the industry to understand whether similar methods could be used in other areas. We know that new categories of security exploits often follow a predictable lifecycle, …

Micron and Intel Extend Their Leadership in 3D NAND Flash Memory
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Micron and Intel Extend Their Leadership in 3D NAND Flash Memory

News Highlights Intel-Micron delivers the 1st commercially available 1Tb – 4bits/cell (QLC) die in the history of semiconductors Qualification of 4bits/cell 3D NAND on 64 layer 2nd Gen 3D NAND has been completed. 4bits/cell (QLC) provides 33% higher density compared to 3bits/cell (TLC) 3rd Generation 3D NAND uses 96 layers to …

The Many Ways to Define Artificial Intelligence
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The Many Ways to Define Artificial Intelligence

  Artificial intelligence encapsulates a broad set of computer science for perception, logic and learning. One method of AI is machine learning – programs that perform better over time and with more data input. Deep learning is among the most promising approaches to machine learning. It uses algorithms based on …

Intel International Science and Engineering Fair 2018: Empowering the Innovators of Tomorrow
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Intel International Science and Engineering Fair 2018: Empowering the Innovators of Tomorrow

The Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, a program of Society for Science & the Public, is the world’s largest international pre-college science competition. Through a global network of local, regional and national science fairs, millions of students are encouraged to explore their passion for developing innovations that improve the …

19-Year-Old Engineer Builds Autonomous Window Cleaner for Commercial Buildings
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19-Year-Old Engineer Builds Autonomous Window Cleaner for Commercial Buildings

PITTSBURGH, May 18, 2018 – Oliver Nicholls, 19, of Sydney, Australia, was awarded first place for designing and building a prototype of an autonomous robotic window cleaner for commercial buildings at this year’s Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, a program of Society for Science & the Public and the …

Intel at 50: Intel’s 1101
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Intel at 50: Intel’s 1101

» Download all images (ZIP, 6 MB) Intel’s 1101 static random access memory (SRAM) was the first high-volume metal-oxide semiconductor (MOS) memory and the first chip to use silicon gates. The device was the result of a challenging development process. The conceptual groundwork for metal-oxide semiconductor memory had been established …

Intel Advances 2020 CSR Goals and Empowers Others through Technology
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Intel Advances 2020 CSR Goals and Empowers Others through Technology

» Read the full 2017-2018 Corporate Responsibility Report SANTA CLARA, California, May 17, 2018 — Intel releases its 2017-2018 annual Corporate Responsibility Report, a comprehensive assessment of the company’s performance in areas that include environmental sustainability, supply chain responsibility, diversity and inclusion, and social impact. As a technology industry innovator …

Intel’s 3 Million Square Feet of Solar Panels Help Heat, Cool and Light
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Intel’s 3 Million Square Feet of Solar Panels Help Heat, Cool and Light

Today, Intel reports on its ongoing work worldwide to reduce its climate and environmental footprint in its annual Corporate Responsibility Report. Imagine enough solar panels to cover 52 regulation U.S football fields or 47 full-size soccer fields. The company now estimates it has installed 3 million square feet of solar …

If You Can Drive in Jerusalem You Can Drive (Almost) Anywhere
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If You Can Drive in Jerusalem You Can Drive (Almost) Anywhere

By Professor Amnon Shashua The first phase of the Intel and Mobileye 100-car autonomous vehicle (AV) fleet has begun operating in the challenging and aggressive traffic conditions of Jerusalem. The technology is being driven on the road to demonstrate the power of the Mobileye approach and technology, to prove that …

Intel Tops Most Reputable Company List in China
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Intel Tops Most Reputable Company List in China

Intel artificial intelligence technology creates multiple special effects, dancing across the face of Chinese singer Chris Lee (Li Yuchun) in her futuristic music video. Intel’s AI technology studied Lee’s facial expressions from still photos and created a 3D mask of her face and overlaid the effects on it in real-time. …

Intel Vision Intelligence Transforms IoT Industry
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Intel Vision Intelligence Transforms IoT Industry

By Tom Lantzsch It’s been an amazing year leading the Internet of Things (IoT) Group at Intel. During this time we have been working hard to define and develop a data-driven technology foundation for industry innovation. Our strategy is to drive end-to-end distributed computing in every vertical by focusing on …

Intel FPGAs: Accelerating the Future
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Intel FPGAs: Accelerating the Future

By Dan McNamara Intel® field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) continue to gain momentum in the marketplace. Paired with Intel® processors, FPGAs are uniquely positioned to accelerate growth across a range of use cases from the cloud to the edge, unlocking the power of data to transform our world. FPGAs are …

Intel Rolls Out uCPE Intel Select Solution to Accelerate Network Transformation
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Intel Rolls Out uCPE Intel Select Solution to Accelerate Network Transformation

What’s New: To help communications service providers and enterprises respond to evolving network service changes more effectively and rapidly, Intel and its partners are rolling out a new Intel® Select Solution for universal customer premises equipment (uCPE). Intel Select Solutions are workload-optimized solution stacks that simplify and accelerate the process of …

TNT and Intel Air the NBA Western Conference Finals in VR for First Time
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TNT and Intel Air the NBA Western Conference Finals in VR for First Time

» Download all images (ZIP, 39 MB) What’s New: Intel and Turner Sports* will air every NBA* Western Conference Finals matchup between the Golden State Warriors* and Houston Rockets* in virtual reality (VR), powered by Intel® True VR, via the NBA on TNT VR App, presented by Cisco*. “Sports is undergoing …

Intel at 50: Moore’s Law
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Intel at 50: Moore’s Law

The integrated circuit was only six years old in 1965 when Gordon Moore articulated “Moore’s Law,” the principle that would guide microchip development from that point forward. Moore was director of research & development at Fairchild Semiconductor, the same firm where Robert Noyce had conceived the integrated circuit in 1959. …

Intel Celebrates 50 Years of Innovation
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Intel Celebrates 50 Years of Innovation

Fifty years ago, Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore founded Intel with a purpose: To ponder what might be possible. To imagine, to question and to do wonderful in pursuit of a better future. In honor of our golden anniversary, we’re embracing Noyce’s inspiring challenge, “Don’t be encumbered by history, go …

Intel at 50: Intel’s First Product – the 3101
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Intel at 50: Intel’s First Product – the 3101

» Download all images (ZIP, 17 MB) In April 1969, Intel introduced its first product: the 3101 static random access memory. Intel had begun operations less than a year earlier, in August 1968. At first, the company dedicated itself wholly to research and development, wanting to make the most of …

Media Alert: Young Innovators from Around the World Compete at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair
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Media Alert: Young Innovators from Around the World Compete at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair

What: The Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF), a program of Society for Science & the Public and the world’s largest international pre-college science competition, will take place in Pittsburgh from May 13-18. Nearly 1,800 high school students selected from 420 affiliate fairs in 80 countries, regions and …

Intel and Partners Join Forces for Aussie Esports over 5G Connection
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Intel and Partners Join Forces for Aussie Esports over 5G Connection

Intel, Telstra and Ericsson have conducted one of the world’s first esports professional gaming experiences over a live, ultra-low-latency 5G connection on Australia’s Gold Coast. More: Telstra, Intel and Ericsson demonstrate a 5G future for esports Intel recently concluded the Intel Extreme Masters event in Sydney, which proves year over …

The U.S. Needs a National Strategy on Artificial Intelligence
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The U.S. Needs a National Strategy on Artificial Intelligence

By Brian Krzanich China, India, Japan, France and the European Union are crafting bold plans for artificial intelligence (AI). They see AI as a means to economic growth and social progress. Meanwhile, the U.S. disbanded its AI taskforce in 2016. Without an AI strategy of its own, the world’s technology …