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Intel Unveils 10th Gen Intel Core Processors

The processors are built on the company’s 10nm process technology, new “Sunny Cove” core architecture and new Gen graphics engine

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FILE- This Jan. 1, 2018, file photo shows an Intel logo on the box containing an HP desktop computer on sale at a Costco in Pittsburgh. VOA

Intel on Tuesday unveiled its 10th Gen Intel Core processors at the Computex 2019 trade show and also revealed new details about its innovation programme — “Project Athena” — that will level up mobile computing.

The new 10th Gen Intel Core processors are now shipping, with original equipment manufacturers (OEM) systems expected to be available by end 2019.

“10th Gen Intel Core processors — our most integrated CPU — and ‘Project Athena’ are great examples of how our deep investments at a platform level will help fuel innovation across the industry,” Gregory Bryant, Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Client Computing Group, said in a statement.

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The company’s first 10th Gen Intel Core processors bring high performance AI to the PC at scale with its Deep Learning Boost (Intel DL Boost).

The processors are built on the company’s 10nm process technology, new “Sunny Cove” core architecture and new Gen graphics engine.

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The 10th Gen Intel Core processors will range from Intel Core i3 to Intel Core i7, with up to four cores and eight threads, up to 4.1 max turbo frequency, and up to 1.1GHz graphics frequency.

The highly-integrated 10th Gen Intel Core processors give (OEM) partners the freedom to innovate on design and aesthetics by reducing the silicon footprint while still delivering the latest and greatest standards and world-class performance. (IANS)

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US Chipmaker Intel Eyes AI on ‘Edge Computing’

It is designed to accelerate AI tasks, particularly ones like image processing, delivering performance up to six times the power efficiency of existing processors

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Intel on Wednesday unveiled eight additional 10th Gen Intel Core processors for modern laptop computing.
Intel on Wednesday unveiled eight additional 10th Gen Intel Core processors for modern laptop computing. Pixabay

US chipmaker Intel Corp. has said that it will focus on “edge computing” that could hold the key to the success of artificial intelligence (AI) in the future.

Edge computing refers to the practice of storing data on computers located near cell towers and other network equipment to improve network response times. It is different from today’s Cloud-based system, where information is sent to a distant data centre, Yonhap news agency reported on Wednesday.

“Forty-three per cent of AI tasks will be handled by edge computing in 2023,” Kwon Myung-sook, CEO of Intel Korea, said in a statement during a forum in Seoul.

“AI devices empowered with edge function will jump 15-fold.”

The expansion of computing at the edge is an important growth opportunity for the chip giant — an estimated $65 billion market by 2023, Intel said.

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The future of computing is a massive market worth more than two trillion US dollars. Pixabay

More AI is being incorporated into edge devices, from Internet of Things (IoT) devices to smartphones, as AI algorithms improve, according to the company.

“Innovation in edge computing has become necessary where data is most produced,” Kwon said. “It is why Intel is preparing a platform solution that can cover both hardware and software.”

Intel said AI will support and provide new services in eight key industries, including smart cities, robots and gaming.

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In order to do so, Intel said it will launch the next-generation Movidius Vision Processing Unit next year.

It is designed to accelerate AI tasks, particularly ones like image processing, delivering performance up to six times the power efficiency of existing processors. (IANS)