Cisco has showcased its latest solutions and provided insights into the latest trends and thinking about digitisation during its flagship IT and thought leadership event – Cisco Connect 2017.
Apple plans to ditch Intel chips: BloombergApple is planning to use its own chips in Mac computers beginning as early as 2020, replacing processors from Intel, according to a Bloomberg report, which cited sources familiar with the matter. 0 2394
Samsung to start producing faster 10nm chips
Samsung has announced that it is already working on producing faster and even more power-efficient chips than the ones it uses the latest Galaxy S8 smartphones.
Cisco empowers UAE firms to thrive in the digital era
Cisco has opened its flagship IT and thought leadership event, Cisco Connect in the UAE, hosted by Cisco and its key strategic partners from 17th to 18th April at the Atlantis the Palm Hotel, in Dubai.
McAfee is once again an independent company
Famed anti-virus vendor McAfee is an independent company again as the sale of the majority of the firm to private equity firm TPG became final yesterday.
Intel creates new AI division
Intel’s artificial intelligence efforts have been scattered over many different units but are now being united into a single operating group.
Dell EMC launches Cloud Ecosystem Hub
Dell EMC and Intel have announced a new web-based Cloud Ecosystem Hub, to provide EMEA Cloud Service Providers (SPs) and …
Intel to acquire autonomous car tech company Mobileye
Intel has announced that it will acquire Mobileye NV for $15.3 billion, a deal that will enable the company to compete with the likes of Nvidia Corp and Qualcomm Inc to develop driverless sys-tems for global automakers.
Intel Security outlines updated integrated solutions
Intel Security has outlined a new, unifying approach for the cybersecurity industry to eliminate fragmentation through updated integrated solutions, new cross-industry partnerships and product integrations within the Intel Security Innovation Alliance and Cyber Threat Alliance (CTA).
Google, Intel strengthen partnership with ‘Android Things’
Intel may have cut ties with Android on smartphones and tablets, but the company’s partnership with Google on Android for the Internet of Things is growing stronger.
Highlights from Intel Security’s FOCUS 16 Conference
Adelle Geronimo reports from FOCUS 16 in Las Vegas, where Intel Security shared insights on the evolving cybersecurity landscape in the digital economy, and announced new innovations and strategies for the coming year.