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Some people grumble that this isn’t innovation, that it’s merely improving products already innovated by company co-founder Steve Jobs, who died seven years ago. But loyal fans of the company will be happy.
The Microsoft Surface Plus for Business financing program will continue, however, as the company changes its selling options.
Globalfoundries will focus its resources on building out its 14nm and 12nm processes, while AMD will create its 7nm CPUs and GPUs with TSMC.
Cypress’ microcontrollers, wireless and USB-based connectivity solutions, analog ICs and high-performance, fail-safe memories help engineers design differentiated products.
Equinix Inc. is a builder and maintainer of new-generation data and interconnect centers. The company connects more than 9,800 companies directly to their customers and partners across what it claims to be the “world’s most interconnected” data center and interconnection platform.
REVIEW: From the front the P920 Workstation looks a lot like a standard tower PC configuration. But a closer examination reveals that it’s wider and longer than the typical desktop and weighs more than 70 pounds.
The company is making an aggressive push into a mobile PC processor space that has long been dominated by larger rival Intel.
DAILY VIDEO: Lenovo introduces ThinkPad P1, its thinnest, lightest laptop to date, and new Nvidia Quadro GPUs speed real-time simulations and video rendering.
REVIEW: The venerable T-Series line of ThinkPad laptops continues with improvements that keep these computers current and relevant, while retaining their looks and toughness.
Lenovo also announced the new ThinkPad P72 laptop with powerful graphics for enterprise professionals.
The chip maker’s product roadmap shows Ice Lake processors coming to market after 14nm Cascade Lake later this year and Cooper Lake in 2019.
Plan to join us Aug. 8 for an #eWEEKchat about trends in new-generation mobility applications and development of applications and services--and whether Apple has stopped innovating or not.