As they continue on building momentum, AMD held an impressive Tech Day at CES 2018 unveiling a series of products and detailing their aggressive roadmap going forward.
At CES 2018 Intel announced the first series of the much anticipated Core i5 and i7 chips with Radeon graphics. Those parts incorporate a Kaby Lake microprocessor, a Vega M GPU, and 4 GiB of HBM2 cache.
Intel has finally detailed their recently launched Goldmont Plus microarchitecture and unlike what the name suggests, this is very far from a simple refresh.
Apple iMac Pros have started shipping with special Xeon W “B” variants that have slightly different specs and possibly slightly lower TDPs.
This morning Intel quietly released three Xeon Phi SKUs up to 72 cores based on Knights Mill, a Deep Learning specific derivative of Knights Landing.
Intel has released the first revision of their new x86 specification that adds support for page-granular and full physical memory encryptions.
Intel introduced their much anticipated low-power budget microprocessors codename Gemini Lake for budget embedded, mobile, and desktop devices based on the Goldmont Plus microarchitecture.
Intel confirms the launch of energy-efficient Xeon D processors based on Skylake for early 2018 which will be followed by Xeon with integrated FPGAs.
The rest of the Coffee Lake lineup as well as what appears to be Ice Lake lineup has been revealed by the AIDA64 changelog. The list includes a flagship mobile Core i9 processor and 9th generation Ice Lake SKUs.
In preparation for the United States’ first exascale supercomputer, Intel announces they are cancelling next-generation Xeon Phi processors (codename Knights Hill) in favor of a brand new platform and microarchitecture specifically designed for exascale.