What's New: Intel
today announced Baidu is architecting the in-memory database of its Feed Stream services to harness the high-capacity and high-performance capabilities of Intel[R] Optane(TM) DC persistent memory.
Paired with 2nd Gen Intel
Xeon Scalable processors, building a new memory platform based on Intel
Optane DC persistent memory allows Baidu to lower its total cost of ownership (TCO) while delivering more personalized search results to users.
Building on more than 20 years of data center platforms and deep customer collaboration, Intel
's data center solutions target server, network, storage, internet of things (IoT) applications and workstations.
Why It's Important: Combining Intel
Optane technology with Intel
QLC 3D NAND technology on a single M.2 module enables Intel
Optane memory expansion into thin and light notebooks and certain space-constrained desktop form factors such as all-in-one PCs and mini PCs.
To help deal with these challenges, Intel
is driving PC platforms built for business.
Processors Help in Finance: Baidu is deploying advanced private financial clouds for customers including China Union Pay, AI Bank and the Agricultural Bank of China.
Initially, they settled on a temporary name "NM Electronics." Finally, they named the company Intel
which comes from a combination of the starting letters of "Integrated Electronics." Apparently the duo discovered a little later that there was Motel named Intelco and had to buy the name off of them in order to prevent any trademark issues.
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unveils 8th Gen Intel
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's startling marriage with AMD's graphics chips has finally borne fruit, as Intel
announced five new Core H-series chips that use two variants of the AMD "Vega M" GPU.
Among the devices launching with this processor: new thin and lightweight 2 in 1s from Dell and HP as well as the most powerful NUC Intel
has ever introduced.
CEO Brian Krzanich revealed the new platform at NRF 2017.
The 2016 Intel
Developer Forum (IDF) kicked off on Wednesday in San Francisco with an opening keynote by Intel
CEO Brian Krzanich.