Intel Gears Up For The Next Era Of Technology

Posted: Jun 6 2018, 8:56am CDT | by , Updated: Jun 6 2018, 9:44am CDT, in Technology News


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Intel Gears Up For The Next Era of Technology

Intel will be celebrating its 50th anniversary next month and is all set to introduce game changing new technologies on its 5th decade anniversary.

Intel will be celebrating its 50th anniversary next month and undoubtedly, the company is one of the greatest thing happened in the tech industry. While tech geeks and techpreneurs are rejoicing on this big occasion globally, Intel chose a different way to mark its ten decades in the tech industry. Intel is all set to introduce game changing new technologies on its 5th decade anniversary. The technologies will embark a new era of Intel with the enhancement of its currently existing technologies to another level.

Let's have a look at what Intel has to offer next month. Powerful Performance Intel is always recognized as the trendsetter in the tech industry and its persistent commitment with delivering spot-on performance is everlasting.

Intel is ready to announce its first 5.0GHz processor. Additionally, mobile chipsets have an upgrade by the names, Whiskey Lake U series and Amber Lake Y series that are powered by doubled processing figures. For desktop, Intel is would be announcing a brand new X series and Core S series processor. High-Speed Connectivity 2018 is half way through and what could be more pleasing than Intel working on 5G network.

While Sprint has joined hands with Microsoft to sell 5G powered computers globally, Asus, Dell, Acer, Lenovo, HP, and Microsoft are working with Intel to deliver the industry’s very first laptops with 5G connectivity in 2019. While over 25 4G enabled PCs are already available in the market, this year, intel is planning to introduce numerous 4G-connected PCs with its partners namely Asus, Dell, Acer, and HP.

The PCs have thin body, sleek design and beautiful visuals along with power packed performance. Enhanced Battery Life One of the major concerns of masses, battery life is an area that is to be worked upon in detail.

While the display continuously consumes majority of battery life that too at a rapid pace, Intel is working on a Low Power Display Technology by integrating a one watt panel created by Innolux and Sharp. The technology cits the LCD power consumption approximately by half.

Leveraging with the latest technology, people may get an added layer of maximum 8 hours of video playback and overall, the battery life is expected to be scaled up by 28 hours. Flexibility People look for the type of PCs that they can easily use in their lives.

While necessity is the mother of innovation, this requirement can take PCs to a whole new level by changing their shape and design for particular usage scenarios.

Lenovo introduced an innovative Yoga Book that boasts a powerful performance. Coping up with the increased demand of ever changing scenario, Intel introduced Creator PCs that are equipped with powerful hardware and cutting edge technology such as Intel® Core™ i7 and Intel® Core™ i9 processors blended with Intel Optane SSDs and Thunderbolt™ 3 technology.

Technical Intelligence Modern and flexible PC experience is based on Intelligence and Intel plans to chip in AI to the PC by delivering resources and tools in the developer’s community along with integrating devices with AI capabilities.

All these plans have been initiated and Intel is collaborating with OEMs to work upon the Artificial Intelligence. Intel introduced a PC developer program powered by AI and during the past few years, Intel has been focusing on working together with companies to create a helping and leveraging environment.

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