Intel Makes Two Wireless Moves
- Intel Aims Broadly. Smith, Brad // Wireless Week;9/15/2004, Vol. 10 Issue 19, p22
Talks about the wireless technologies of Intel, the world's largest chip manufacturer as of September 2004. Presentations made by Intel executive Sean Maloney at a Silicon Valley, California meeting with journalists; Evidence of the opportunity of Intel in cell phones according to Maloney;...
- Mobile Chips Evolve To Handle Demands Of Smart-Phone Features. Gwennap, Linley // Electronic Design;1/14/2010, Vol. 58 Issue 1, p24
The article discusses the evolution of the mobile processing industry to address the demands of the smartphone market. It examines the effort of various companies such as Intel Corp. and Qualcomm Inc. to develop new combinations that will integrate the functions of Bluetooth, Global Positioning...
- The Digital Tower of Babel. Petersen, Peter // Electronic News;7/9/2001, Vol. 47 Issue 28, p18
States that integrated circuit manufacturers should work together with original equipment manufacturers to implement voice and data communications on multiple protocols on the same multi-point network. Examples of wireless home networks; Importance of an inexpensive silicon solution; Possible...
- The IC explosion. Mason, Charles // America's Network;05/15/98, Vol. 102 Issue 10, p27
Forecasts the growth of customer demand for integrated circuits (ICs) as a result of increasing demand for wireless communication equipment. Potential demand for global positioning system chipsets and less dominant digital cellular standards; Chipset solutions that combine ICs and other...
- How Intel Puts Innovation Inside. Anders, George // Fast Company;Mar2002, Issue 56, p122
Looks at the innovation process at chip maker Intel Corporation. Why Intel continue to spend on research and development efforts despite decline in chip sales in 2001; Information on the TeraHertz chip project at Intel; Reason behind Intel scientists' abandonment of silicon dioxide.
- Intel confession inspires others. Schweber, Bill // EDN;3/30/95, Vol. 40 Issue 7, p22
Reports on the efforts of integrated circuits companies in the United States to review their products' shortcomings following Intel Corp.'s admission of the flaws in its Pentium microprocessor. Software companies' study on their claim of problems on bugs for users; Institution of the Bill of...
- Chip sliding away: Intel threatens RISC vendors. Berst, Jesse // PC Week;10/2/95, Vol. 12 Issue 39, p77
Opinion. Discusses the implications of Intel Corp.'s dominance in the computer chip market. Failure of RISC vendors to mount a serious challenge against Intel's Pentium chips; Market share of the PowerPC chips.
- Intel invades graphics ICs. Brown, Peter // Electronic News;02/09/98, Vol. 44 Issue 2205, p16
Announces Intel Corp.'s expected entry into the graphics chip market in February 1998. Launch of the 1740 2-D/3-D graphics engine; Completion of Intel's visual computing platform; Intel's ability to assimilate technology; Forecast for Intel to have a 40% market share in the high-performance...
- House of horrors. Hamm, Steve // PC Week;12/18/95, Vol. 12 Issue 50, pA1
Reports on the decline of chip-set vendors in Taiwan. Reasons; Intel; Comments from Stan Shih of Taiwan's Acer Group; What other chip-set vendors are doing.