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Server makers turn optimistic about 2021 on Intel new processors

With Intel ramping up its 10nm Ice Lake Xeon server proce.....»»

Category: topSource: digitimesJan 14th, 2021

PCB supply chain to gain from mass production of new Intel server processors

Taiwan's PCB supply chain is poised to embrace a new wave of growth momentum in 2021 from Intel entering volume production of its latest 10nm Ice Lake Xeon scalable server processors in the first quarter of 2021, according to industry sources......»»

Category: topSource: digitimesJan 14th, 2021

Highlights of the day: Taiwanese component makers to see strong 1H21

Companies in Taiwan's PCB supply chain are expected to enjoy the business opportunities from Intel's new Whitley server platform starting the second quarter of 2021, while notebook demand will stay strong in the first quarter of 2021 due to.....»»

Category: topSource: digitimesDec 28th, 2020

Automotive PCB makers guardedly optimistic about 2021

Taiwan-based automotive PCB makers including Chin-Poon Industrial, Unitech and Dynamic Electro.....»»

Category: topSource: digitimesJan 14th, 2021

Taiwan CCL makers guardedly optimistic about 2021

Taiwan-based CCL makers Elite Material (EMC), Iteq and Taiwan Union Technology (TUC) are guardedly optimistic about their 2021 sales prospects after ending 2020 with single-digit revenue increases, according to industry sources......»»

Category: topSource: digitimesJan 8th, 2021

PCB makers uncertain about 2Q21 on looming variables

Taiwan-based PCB makers are optimistic about demand growth in the first quarter of 2021, but are uncertain whether the momentum will carry on in the second quarter......»»

Category: topSource: digitimesJan 1st, 2021

PCB makers may ramp up shipments for new-gen servers in 2Q21

Taiwan's PCB supply chain players are expected to gradually ramp up shipments for servers adopting Intel's next-generation Whitley platform starting second-quarter 2021 at the earliest, according to industry sources......»»

Category: topSource: digitimesDec 28th, 2020

Intel and Nvidia turn Merger Monday into a blockbuster sequel

The COVID-19 pandemic didn’t put the brakes on Merger Monday this week, as two large chip makers announced deals Monday that shore up holdings from previous acquisitions......»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchMay 4th, 2020

Intel stock falls after report says Apple plans to debut its own Mac chips in 2021

Apple Inc. is planning to begin selling computers that feature its own processors by 2021, according to a Thursday report from Bloomberg News. The company intends to debut at least one Mac next year that features the company's own chip but .....»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchApr 23rd, 2020

Intel to launch new-gen desktop processors at end of April

Intel is set to introduce its 10th-generation Comet Lake-S desktop processors and 400 series chipsets at the end of April, according to sources at motherboard makers, who expect improvements in second-quarter 2020 sales......»»

Category: topSource: digitimesApr 8th, 2020

Intel to cut PC processor prices in 2H20

Intel is expected to initiate price cuts on its PC processors in the second half of 2020 to defend its market dominance, according to sources at PC makers......»»

Category: topSource: digitimesJan 21st, 2020

Intel CPU shortages likely to persist through end-2020

Shortages of Intel's PC processors are likely to persist through the end of 2020, prompting notebook makers to adopt AMD's chips in more of their notebooks including business models, according to industry sources......»»

Category: topSource: digitimesJan 17th, 2020

New-gen PC processors to stimulate demand starting 3Q20

With Intel, AMD and Nvidia set to ship their new-generation processors later this year, industry sources are generally optimistic about PC sales picking up starting the third quarter......»»

Category: topSource: digitimesJan 8th, 2020

Intel details new laptop, graphics processors at CES

Intel Corp showed off its plans for new laptop and server chips in 2020 at CES on Mo.....»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchJan 6th, 2020

Server makers see 14nm chip supply become tight

Server ODMs have reportedly seen the supply of Intel's 14nm CPUs become tight but remain sufficient to support their shipments in the fourth quarter, according to sources from the server industry......»»

Category: topSource: digitimesOct 17th, 2019

CCL makers poised to gain from AMD PCIe 4.0 server CPU launch

As AMD has newly launched second-generation EPYC processors, dubbed Rome 7002 series, as the wor.....»»

Category: topSource: digitimesAug 9th, 2019

Intel, AMD to roll out top-end desktop CPUs in October

Intel and AMD are both set to roll out their new top-end desktop processors in October, triggering competition between them in the DIY market segment, according to sources at motherboard makers......»»

Category: topSource: digitimesJul 16th, 2019

Congratulations, Intel - Qualcomm Is Reportedly Quitting Server Processors

Congratulations, Intel - Qualcomm Is Reportedly Quitting Server Processors.....»»

Category: topSource: seekingalphaMay 9th, 2018

The two biggest makers of computer processors are competing again — and it could mean faster and cheaper computers

YouTube/AMD Intel finally has some competition in the computer processor market. AMD'.....»»

Category: topSource: businessinsiderJun 10th, 2018

AMD Blows Away Q4 Estimates On Broad-Based Strength, Issues Upbeat Guidance

Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMD) announced Tuesday forecast-beating fiscal year 2020 fourth-quarter results, thanks to solid sales of Ryzen processors, gaming chips and EPYC server processors read more.....»»

Category: blogSource: benzinga18 hr. 22 min. ago

CCL makers ramping up shipments for 5G base stations in 1Q21

Taiwan CCL suppliers are expected to see shipments of high-frequency, high-end offerings for 5G base stations ramp up through at least the first-quarter of 2021, as clients are turning positive pulling in shipments, according to industry sources......»»

Category: topSource: digitimes21 hr. 32 min. ago