Intel is a leader in the semiconductor industry, shaping the data-centric future with communications technology and computing, which is the foundation of the World’s innovations. Intel Computex 2019 has now officially taken off, and news from some of the biggest names in computing is coming in thick and fast.
Ever since AMD Ryzen has made its debut in the market, Intel has been feeling the squeeze. It is since manufactured some of the fastest processors in the world, like the Core i9-9900K. However, the value isn’t there, so it needs an impressive showing at Computex 2019 to fend off competition from AMD and Qualcomm.
The prominent chipmaker also revealed new details about Intel’s innovation program, codenamed “Project Athena,” that will level up mobile computing. Project Athena is a multi-year initiative that will see Intel pushing to advance computing in several key areas, including performance, battery life, connectivity, and form factor.
Intel is also refreshing its desktop processors as well, with the Intel Core i9-9900K and the Core i9-9900KS getting a turbo speed boost to 5GHz on all cores, which should give the newly announced AMD Ryzen 9 3900X some competition.
Intel at the technology event also launched Intel Ambient Compute Concept PC that is re-enabled with census to be responsive with the presence of people in Mohawk River that is named as. Intel along with the Ambient Intelligence of the Ambient Compute Concept PC talked in the event about the hands-free login technology Windows Hello while just saying ‘hello friends’.
No one wants to compromise, people want it all: battery life, performance, responsiveness, connectivity, and slick form factors. Our job is to come together as an industry and deliver incredible and differentiated PCs, purpose-built to what real people want – Gregory Bryant, senior vice president, and general manager of the client computing group, in a keynote talk at the Computex event
The company has also launched the Intel NUC Compute Element, which tends to incorporate an Intel CPU, memory, connectivity, and memory. It is enabled for powering laptops, kiosks, smart TVs, appliances, and so on. Intel promised the NUC Compute Element is easy to integrate, upgrade, and service. However, Intel announced Intel Optane memory M15 available in Q3 2019.