I woke up this morning dreaming about different chipsets and boot solutions, though quickly realizing there was no longer a reason
Microsoft wrote off more than $8 billion in losses from its Nokia phone acquisition, along with an estimated 7,800 employees, on its way to posting its largest ever quarterly loss.
Sage Electronic Engineering, www.se-eng.com, has released a free demo boot ROM for the Camelback Mountain reference board featuring the Intel® Xeon Processor D SoC.
We were pretty confident that Intel would come out swinging when it introduces the new Skylake processors in a couple weeks, which is being reaffirmed by a Chinese website today.
AMD is looking to hit the PC market this summer with some appetizing upgrades to its APU stock.
A billion here and a billion there – after a while you’re talking real money.
AMD stock continued to fall today, losing another 9 cents per share, as fallout over its almost catastrophic quarter continues to pile up. Meanwhile, Intel seemed to be holding steady though it suffered from losses in PC-based chips sales, as well.
AMD was seeing a slight rise in its stock price, after posting a 2nd quarter in which it lost about one third of its revenue in a year-to-year comparison.
AMD’s announcement last week that profits would slide about 8 percent got it ahead of the PR curve, but it may have put it below the market capitalization curve, as company stock dropped almost 20 percent after the announcement.
Intel Corp. seemingly beat the forecasters, with better 2nd quarter revenues and margins than most of the nay saying analysts were projecting, and better 3rd quarter projection, as well.