Both Intel and AMD invested heavily in new architecture of low cost computing.
Intel will launch its new chipset, codenamed Sandy Bridge with built-in graphics at its Developer Forum conference in San Francisco next week.
According to Intel, the demand for embedded microprocessor chips represents $15 billion opportunity that ranges from Cars to Electrical Grid. The company expects to speed up the demand for embedded Microchip as Intel grows beyond the core area of computer chips.
Can you imagine searching the net at the speed of your thought? The imagination will soon be translated into reality.
Intel and Micron announced first 3-bit-per-cell NAND flash memory chip on 25 nanometer process technology.
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