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New Super-Efficient Atom Processors Sip Energy

Atom was always designed from the ground-up for low power, but the next generation Atom platform announced today for netbooks and entry-level desktops just got better. The new processors are manufactured on Intel’s 45nm process technology, enabling the integration of … Read more >

The original ‘rock stars’ who defined innovation and integration

Today, a small team of engineers will be recognized at the Computer History Museum for designing the world’s first programmable microprocessor in 1971, a 4-bit parallel CPU with 2,300 transistors. That project, from a fledgling integrated memory manufacturer barely 3 … Read more >

Intel’s New Brand Structure Explained

Over the last year or so, Intel has been quietly working behind the scenes taking a hard look at our brand structure and exploring ways to make it more rational and easier to understand. The fact of the matter is, … Read more >

Intel’s Big Bet

I am always amazed at the incredible work that Intel’s manufacturing group does especially when it comes to major technology transitons like the one that is upon us now. Shrinking to 32nm will require a massive investment, which we will … Read more >

Nehalem-based Core i7 processors coming in November (17th)

Many people had asked when the first Nehalem-based processors were going to be available. For those who have been watching, Intel confirmed today that the initial processors based on this new architecture began shipping to customers in Q3, and we … Read more >

Calibrating the Netbook Frenzy — A ‘Basic’ Primer

It’s great to see all the momentum out there in netbook-land. These simple little internet devices, while limited in their capability, are generating a lot of buzz out there. That’s a good thing, and Intel has certainly been behind this … Read more >

Getting to the Core — Intel’s new flagship client brand

Nehalem. A small town along a river by the same name in Oregon, and also code-name for Intel’s next generation microarchitecture. Today Intel announced that upcoming products based on this new architecture will officially be called Intel® Core™ processors. Will … Read more >

How two people set out to create an industry and changed the world

July 18, 2008: 40 years ago today, Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore incorporated a small electronics firm in Mountain View, California. A short item in the San Jose Mercury News a few weeks later noted the two had resigned from … Read more >