The poster child for Intel's ultraportable gaming laptop CPUs doesn't actually need the special CPU.
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Investors who have owned stocks in the last year have generally experienced some big gains. In fact, the SPDR S&P 500 (NYSE: SPY ) total return over the last 12 months is 55.9%. But there is no question some big-name stocks performed better than others along the way. AMD’s Run: One company that has been a solid investment in the last year has been semiconductor stock Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMD ). In the past couple of years, AMD has gained and leveraged a technology advantage over competitor Intel Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC ) in the CPU market, where analysts say it may take Intel at least two years to bring its 7 nm chips to market. AMD is also gaining market share from Intel in the massive server chip market as well. Fortunately for AMD investors, the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 was actually very … Full story available on Benzinga.com
Intel Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC ) launched a new generation of mobile processors Tuesday as it grapples with a competitive threat from rival Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMD ). What Happened: In a worldwide launch, Intel released its 11th generation core processors, codenamed Tiger Lake-H, which is being led by the flagship core i9-11980HK processor. The H-series processors, according to the company, are an extension of its 11th generation mobile family. It comes with double-digit single-core and multi-core performance improvements, leading gameplay, direct-attached storage and … Full story available on Benzinga.com
Worldwide Microprocessor Industry to 2026 - Players Include Intel, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing and SK Hynix Among Others↳ 12:15, Benzinga • Développer
DUBLIN , May 11, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The "Global Microprocessor Market, By Type (Desktop Microprocessor, Mobile Microprocessor, Performance Microprocessor), By Architecture, By Technology Outlook, By End User, By Region, Competition, Forecast & Opportunities, 2026" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The Global Microprocessor Market is expected to reach USD110.38 billion by 2026, growing at a CAGR of 4.16% owing to the rapid technological advancements and growing demands from the semiconductors market. The increasing digitalization in numerous sectors, rising number of smartphones and evolving business models are creating numerous growth opportunities for the Global Microprocessor Market. The end-users are progressively receiving diverse types of microprocessors for example, ARM, x86, SPARC and others, which are utilized for different uses. The Global Microprocessor Market can be segmented based on the type, architecture, technology outlook, end-user, and region.
Intel cranks gaming up to 11th gen.
Another entrant in the thinner-than-though gaming laptop competition.
The aftermath of Friday’s big nonfarm payroll miss saw modest follow-through for the deep cyclical names and banks, while the Nasdaq was dragged lower following a round of analysts’ downgrades. The Nasdaq didn’t stand a chance today following Citigroup’s downgrading of Alphabet and Facebook to neutral, along with Atlantic Equities rating cut of Intel to […]
On April 27 th after market close, Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ: AMD ) posted a strong earnings report giving Intel (NASDAQ: INTC ) at least three reasons to worry. It managed to beat earnings and revenue while meeting gross margin expectations, its key metric. AMD's numerous product launches over the last several months are now paying major dividends for the company that is enjoying high demand, being a poster child for the current chip shortage. However, even after selling over 3.4 billion dollars' worth of chips during the first quarter, it's still not enough. Q1 Figures For the first quarter of 2021, AMD reported $3.45 billion in revenue, topping analyst estimates and rising 93% YoYcompared to last year's quarter where revenue amounted to only $1.79 billion and it was the company's best first quarter in a decade. The stunning jump was made thanks in large part to standout performance by the company's Enterprise, Embedded and Semi-Custom segment that includes server and embedded processor, semi-custom System-on-Chip (SoC), and game console technology development businesses.
Remote work, bitcoin miners, and overordering have led to a PC parts shortage that's driving up prices for everyday electronics — and likely to last into 202205 May, 13:46, Business Insider • Développer
Summary List Placement Supply shortages are nothing new in the tech industry, and we seem to go through the same issue every few years. But a beyond-perfect storm has added up to a significant supply shortage in the PC market that likely isn't going to clear up anytime soon. For consumers, there's no good outcome: At best it means waiting a long time to get parts or systems, at worst, paying a much higher price than you would have a year or two ago. In early 2020, factories across Asia shut down due to COVID-19. Wuhan, China, is known as a hub for the makers of LED panel displays , but other components came from elsewhere — semiconductors come primarily from Taiwan and Korea, for example. Then the disease spread and factories couldn't produce at full capacity — or anything at all. As the virus spread around the world, so did the components shortages, with factories in Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Indonesia unable to produce or ship parts. But while factories finally started reopening last summer, there's still a market shortage.
Intel Corp (NASDAQ: INTC ) plans to spend $3.5 billion for the up-gradation of a chip manufacturing plant in Rio Rancho, New Mexico, CNET reports . The Mexico spending and $20 billion earmarked for two new facilities in Arizona marked Intel’s U.S. chip manufacturing drive … Full story available on Benzinga.com
Intel Confirms $10B Spending On Israeli Chip Plant, Announces Additional $600M R&D Investment: Reuters↳ 18:13, Benzinga • Développer
Intel Corp (NASDAQ: INTC ) disclosed an additional investment plan of $600 million in Israel to expand its research and development (R&D). It also confirmed spending $10 billion on a new chip plant during CEO Pat Gelsinger’s one-day visit to the country, Reuters reports . The first phase of the plant construction has commenced. Intel will … Full story available on Benzinga.com
Intel Corp (NASDAQ: INTC ) CEO Pat Gelsinger expects the pandemic-induced home gadget-led global semiconductor chip crisis for the different industries to extend for several years, Bloomberg reports . The company was reworking some of its factories to drive production and counter the chip crisis for the auto industry. The supply chain might take several months to ease down, according to Gelsinger. Global companies expect the supply … Full story available on Benzinga.com
Intel avisa: la escasez de chips se prolongará varios años y aún no es posible afrontar la creciente demanda↳ 10:50, Business Insider Spain • Développer
La escasez de chips está provocando innumerables problemas a diferentes industrias y empresas: ahora el CEO de Intel dice que se prolongará durante varios años.
The investment is in addition to $20 billion on two Arizona chip manufacturing plants.
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