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Intel

Intel is an american multinational corporation that manufactures semiconductor chips founded in 1968 by Robert Noyce, Gordon Moore, Eric Hosick, Amir Pinchas, Ronald Shuffler, Yongqiang Jiang, Elmer Roanhorse and Mohamad Massalha.

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Timeline

December 16, 2019

Intel acquires Habana Labs, a Israel-based artificial intelligence firm for about $2 billion. 

September 25, 2019

Intel and Alibaba Cloud Sign Strategic MoU Regarding Innovative Technologies in Preparation for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 and the Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022

August 22, 2019

As part of today's announcement of the new Confidential Computing Consortium, I am pleased to share that we are contributing the Intel SGX SDK to this new community to help simplify secure enclave development and deployment.

August 21, 2019

Intel launches a new series of 14nm notebook CPUs code-named Comet Lake.

2017

Intel announced a $5 billion investment to expand capacity in its Kiryat Gat plant in southern Israel in 2017, which makes some of the smallest and fastest chips in the world.

2016

Nervana, an AI chip startup that Intel acquires for roundabouts $400 million.

2015

In 2015, Intel established a $300 million fund to be used by 2020 to improve diversity.

June 2, 2010

Intel raises a $1,500,000 series A round from Rhône-Alpes and Groupe Siparex.

October 10, 2005

Intel raises a $10,000,000 series C round from Deutsche Bank, JAFCO Asia and Xilinx.

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People

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Amir Pinchas

Founder



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Investor



Charles Eden

Investor



Christian Perry

Advisor



Danish A. Alvi

Investor



Don Tillman

Advisor



Ehau Saung

Investor



Elmer Roanhorse

Founder



Eric Hosick

Founder



Evgeny Levin

Investor



H Martin de'Campo

Advisor



Howard Cooper

Founder



James Dickey

Investor



James Gallegos

Advisor



Jonathan Todd Clinard

Investor



Lolly Cunningham

Investor



mitch singer

Advisor



mohamad massalha

Founder



Myron Shak

Advisor



Nikita Moiseev

Investor



Prashanth Adiraju

Group member



Richard Kung

Advisor



Richie Gordon

Advisor



Rick Barnum

Investor



Ronald Shuffler

Founder



Further reading

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Accelerating HPC codes on Intel(R) Omni-Path Architecture networks: From particle physics to Machine Learning

Peter Boyle, Michael Chuvelev, Guido Cossu, Christopher Kelly, Christoph Lehner, Lawrence Meadows

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Title
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Date
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Description
Jim Salter
February 17, 2020
Ars Technica
Clear Linux OS is the best benchmarking distro. But what's it like to live with?
Isaiah Mayersen
February 16, 2020
TechSpot
The GeForce MX series typically makes its way into affordable gaming laptops and ultrathin premium notebooks. They sit in between integrated graphics and entry-level Turing hardware like the GTX 1650 in terms of both performance and power consumption. With 2...
Isaiah Mayersen
February 15, 2020
TechSpot
Intel's tenth generation processors aren't confirmed, yet there's little mystery surrounding them. In late December, Informatica Cero obtained slides detailing the entire lineup, and their information has been almost confirmed by about a dozen online sightings.
Jennifer Allen
February 12, 2020
feedproxy.google.com
Who would have thought it possible?
Jim Salter
February 12, 2020
Ars Technica
AMD's newest HEDT monster is ready for you. Are you ready for it?
Zoe Kleinman
February 11, 2020
BBC News
There are also reports that the organisers of Mobile World Congress are considering whether to cancel the event.
Jennifer Allen
February 11, 2020
feedproxy.google.com
A big milestone for the firm's plans
Hayden Dingman
February 10, 2020
PCWorld
The Acer Swift 5 is one of the lightest clamshell laptops ever made, but it compromises performance and battery life to take home that honor.
Jennifer Allen
February 10, 2020
feedproxy.google.com
Official certification is sure to be useful to some
Mark Hachman
February 5, 2020
PCWorld
When AMD wins, Intel loses. This is the way.
Antony Leather
February 7, 2020
feedproxy.google.com
Is Intel's latest 14-core HEDT CPU worth the cash thanks to a hefty price cut?
February 4, 2020
WebWire
What's New: Today, Intel announced its collaboration with The Sinclair, Autograph Collection, in Fort Worth, Texas, the world's first all-digital hotel. The Sinclair utilizes Intel internet of things (IoT) functionality, including building and in-room sensors, IoT gateways, dashboards and restaurant sinks and appliances. Together, Intel and The Sinclair are delivering the next-generation connected guest experience through location-based analytics, as well as by utilizing the latest offe...
Isaiah Mayersen
February 2, 2020
TechSpot
Intel acquired Israeli startup Habana for $2 billion in December. Habana manufactures two products, the Habana Gaudi and Habana Goya. The former is a super-specialized neural network training chip, and the latter is the inferencing processor that runs those neural...
Shawn Knight
January 31, 2020
TechSpot
A screenshot of the 3DMark entry was shared earlier today by Twitter user _rogame. The 14nm Comet Lake chip is said to pack 10 physical cores with 20 threads and is rumored to be accompanied by a 20MB cache.
Ian Paul
January 31, 2020
How-To Geek
AMD is making strides against Intel on the desktop with its Ryzen 3000 line of desktop processors. Now, the company is aiming its sights on ultrathin and high-performance laptops with new Ryzen 4000 mobile APUs (CPUs with an integrated GPU).
Isaiah Mayersen
January 30, 2020
TechSpot
Intel is developing discrete GPUs for gamers, professionals, and servers, and they're all slated for release this year or coming in 2021. Intel's cards will either be the long-awaited saviors of a stagnant market, or they'll underperform and flop miserably (no pressure, Intel PR person reading this). This is our second round of investigation into Xe.
Shawn Knight
January 28, 2020
TechSpot
CVE-2020-0549, dubbed CacheOut by the researchers, is a speculative execution attack that carries a severity rating of 6.5 (medium risk). As Intel highlights in its disclosure, this side channel variant could allow the data value of some modified cache lines...
Darren Allan
January 28, 2020
TechRadar
Intel is doing its best to defend itself from a barrage of criticism delivered by prominent security researchers.
Jennifer Allen
January 27, 2020
feedproxy.google.com
It's ben a good year for Intel despite some issues
Sruthi Shankar
January 24, 2020
U.S.
U.S. stocks fell on Friday amid renewed concerns over the spreading of a coronavirus outbreak from China, offsetting strong gains for Intel.
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