Intel CEO suggests chip issue may cause bigger slowdown

Intel CEO suggests chip issue may cause bigger slowdown

Intel CEO suggests chip issue may cause bigger slowdown

"There is good reason for the industry's enthusiasm for 802.11ax", said the general manager of Intel Wireless Infrastructure Group, Smart & Connected Home Division, Doron Tal in an emailed statement.

In his speech, Krzanich said that two million vehicles created by BMW, Nissan and Vokswagen will use Mobileye Road Experience Management (REM) technology to crowdsource data to build and update low-priced, scalable and high definition maps during this year.

Krzanich brought the presentation to a close with a light show powered by 100 Shooting Star Mini drones, which do not depend upon Global Positioning System for navigation.

The vehicle has 12 cameras, radars, laser scanners and computing technologies from Mobileye and Intel. Using the Mobileye REM technology, SAIC will develop level three, four and five autonomous cars. "That is why we built Intel Studios, which is the most advanced data-driven content creation studios", Mr. Krzanich said. Broadcasts will be available in the U.S. using a soon-to-be released NBC Sports VR app. Intel will also use 5G during the Olympics Winter Games to show sports and entertainment experiences with VR and 360-degree video.

He also announced new collaborations with SAIC Motor and NavInfo to extend crowd-sourced map building to China.

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Intel shares were under pressure last week after researchers pointed to the so-called Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities affecting the chips powering most modern PCs and many mobile devices.

The CES 2018 keynote was the moment when the CEO of Intel let it be known that the security flaws that were present in the processors of the company would be rectified.

"With Intel's help, we'll be taking advantage of the latest creative and technological tools to put our audiences literally inside the movie experience and give them a vision of the future of entertainment like never before".

Tech giant Intel now wants to make the idea a reality - soon. Producing that type of immersive media requires powerful chips crunching massive amounts of data at a rapid clip, he added.

Intel hasn't yet revealed other details, including how reliable the quantum chip is.

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Intel announced a new chip for "neuromorphic" computing - technology that enables computers to think more like human or animal brains.

But the main event was a "major breakthrough" in quantum computing, with the company announcing a 49-qubit quantum chip - something Krzanich described as the next step to "quantum supremacy".

CES 2018 Intel Press Booth.

At the same CES event Krzanich disclosed that with Intel being the technology partner during this year's winter Olympics being held in Pyeongchang, the chip maker would offer the biggest ever virtual reality experience in some 30 events.

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