CES 2018: Intel CEO Vows To Fix Meltdown And Spectre Issues

Posted: Jan 9 2018, 9:23am CST | by , in News | CES

 
CES 2018: Intel CEO Vows to Fix Meltdown and Spectre Issues
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Intel CEO to Correct the Security Breach in the Company’s Processors

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.

He said that a sizeable majority of chips by Intel will be set right within seven days and the rest will be rectified by the end of January. Intel and several other chipmakers have admitted to the mistakes they made in their chips. The flaws are such that hackers could easily intrude on the systems.

Although no such thing has occurred till now, the chances are always there so care is the watchword. The degree of cooperation between Intel and other chipmakers has been phenomenal.

The industry has been relentlessly trying to keep the safety and confidentiality of its customers remain intact. Intel also wants a future where hyper-reality is a real thing.

Among some of the experiences Intel will offer at the CES are VR. Also a flying minicopter known as a Volocopter will be shown off at the CES. The presentation by the CEO took one and a half hours to reach its denouement. The diversity of Intel’s workforce was also highlighted at the event.

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