2012: Five IT companies that struggled to make a mark
From smartphones to chip makers, here is a look at some of the companies that failed to make the cut in 2012
‘Intel has 40 convertible designs in the pipeline’
Category : Interviews
Srinivas Tadigadapa, Director, Enterprise Solution Sales, Intel South Asia, tells CXOtoday Intel’s plans and strategies for the near future.
Intel wins patent appeal against N-Data
Row over Ethernet patent that will allow computers to talk to one another
Top IT trends from Intel for 2013
Robust new offerings and increased competition in cloud services
GlobalFoundries CEO urges Europe to support chip manufacturing
Says Europe does not do enough for chipmakers unlike US, Asia
Intel says on track to launch smaller mobile chips
Move to catch up with rival chipmakers
Intel sells debt, shares jump on stock buyback hopes
The chip-maker giants sold $6 billion in bonds to help revive its sagging market share price
Intel CEO to retire as chipmaker struggles with mobile
Otellini will retire in May at the age of 62, earlier than the company's mandatory retirement age for CEOs of 65.
Intel, HP tout newest Itanium server technology
HP will keep offering its customers choices between servers based on heavy-duty Itanium chips and Intel's more widely used "x86" chips.
ARM unveils chip designs for future smartphones, servers
Technology : Datacenters & Servers
Introducing 64-bit technology that lets processors interact more efficiently with memory chips is key in making ARM chips more attractive for data centers.