Jon Peddie Blogs

With Nehalem, OEMs Xeon — not Core — for entry level, single-socket workstations

Posted by Alex Herrera on April 8th 2009 | Permalink
Categories: Blogs, Engineering and Development,
Tags: market intel workstation report xeon

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Intel appears to be consciously shifting brand strategy ... and pricing accordingly When it comes to workstation volume, Intel’s Core brand has consistently garnered the lion’s share of unit shipments, with its sibling Xeon brand commanding a relative minority. That long-time status quo is now set to

Larrabee past, present, future

Posted by Jon Peddie on December 6th 2009 | Permalink
Categories: Blogs, Engineering and Development,
Tags: amd intel larrabee gpus cpus

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"Larrabee silicon and software development are behind where we hoped to be at this point in the project," said Intel spokesperson Nick Knupffe. "As a result, our first Larrabee product will not be launched as a standalone discrete graphics product." (December 4, 2009.) After three years of bombast, Intel shocked the world

The back-to-school season kicks off with a bang

Posted by Kathleen Maher on September 11th 2013 | Permalink
Categories: General Interest,
Tags: intel apple idf 64-bit krzanich moore's law

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Intel’s IDF promotes the Internet of things and Apple introduces new things It’s back-to-school time and the news is coming really thick and fast. Is Apple doomed? Is the PC dead? Did Miley Cyrus do anything really embarrassing in the last 24 hours? We’re all

Focusing on the big picture

Posted by Kathleen Maher on November 21st 2013 | Permalink
Categories: General Interest,
Tags: amd nvidia intel qualcomm maher jpr computer vision

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As the players jockey for position, they look for territory to claim When you’ve been all over the place, it gets kind of hard to concentrate. The fragmenting digital market is just a huge challenge for companies to keep up with, and as a result, small companies have