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Intel Launches Entry-Level Comet Lake Xeon Ws

Intel launches a new series of Xeon W processors for entry-level workstations based on Comet Lake.

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Intel Launches 10th Gen Comet Lake Desktop Processors

Intel launches 10th Generation Core desktop processors, formerly codename Comet Lake. The new lineup brings 22 new chips with up to 10 cores and 20 threads with turbo frequencies of up to 5.3 GHz.

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Intel Refreshes 2nd Gen Xeon Scalable, Slashes Prices

Intel refreshes its second-generation Xeon Scalable lineup mid-cycle with new mainstream dual-socket CPUs, improving the performance-per-dollar by as much as 2x over original SKUs.

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7nm Boosted Zen 2 Capabilities but Doubled the Challenges

The transition to 7 nm greatly enhanced AMD silicon capabilities but introduced new drastic design challenges that required new place and route methodologies and wire engineering.

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AMD Launches New Entry-Level Mobile ‘Dali’ Processors

AMD launches new value and entry-level mobile processors, codenamed Dali.

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Intel Launches Stratix 10 GX 10M; 10M LEs, Two Massive Interconnected Dies

Intel launches the industry’s highest-capacity FPGA; 10-million LEs comprising two large FPGA dies interconnected using the company’s 2.5D EMIB packaging technology.

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Intel Core i9-9900KS Special Edition Full Specs and Availability Announced

Intel announces the full specification, pricing, and availability of the Core i9-9900KS Special Edition.

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Intel Launches Mainstream Cascade Lake Xeon W Workstation Processors

Intel launches mainstream W-2200 series Xeon W workstation microprocessors based on the Cascade Lake microarchitecture.

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Intel Launches New Core X Enthusiasts Microprocessors; Doubles The Perf-Per-Dollar

Intel launches new 10000 series Core X processors for enthusiasts with up to 18 cores and with double the performance per dollar compared to the last generation.

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Inside Tesla’s Neural Processor In The FSD Chip

A deep dive into the custom-designed Tesla neural processing units integrated inside the company’s full self-driving (FSD) chip based on the Tesla Hot Chips 31 talk.

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