It’s Still ‘Intel Inside’, But Now Intel’s Inside The Cloud

Intel re-architects x86 toward the needs of the cloud, builds in management features for large scale server power savings.
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BMW, Intel and Mobleye to unleash 40 self-driving cars on U.S. roads

BMW Group, Intel and computer vision maker Mobileye today announced they will collaborate to create a fleet of about 40 autonomous BMW vehicles that will hit U.S. and European roads by the second half of 2017.

The pilot project is aimed at demonstrating advances the three companies have made in technology that enables fully self-driving vehicles.

The BMW 7 Series will be used as the initial platform for Intel processor and Mobileye computer vision technology during the global trials.

Mobileye, an Israeli technology company, is a leader in developing both software and proprietary computer chip technology (EyeQ) to support vision-based advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) that provide warnings for collision prevention and mitigation.

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Sleeping giant Qualcomm awakens with aim to crush Intel at its own game

Last Wednesday was historic for Qualcomm. In one day, the company jumped beyond its comfort zone of mobile chips and entered the PC and server markets.

With the expansion, Qualcomm now has chips for most computing products. It wants to outcompete even Intel, which dominates in PCs and servers but gave up on markets like smartphone CPUs earlier this year.

Qualcomm on Wednesday announced its Centriq 2400 server chips, which started shipping to test customers. Later that day, Microsoft revealed that first PCs based on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 chip would come next year. The chip will also be used in high-end smartphones.

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