Intel Sunny Cove

Intel gets the batteries for 2019: Sunny Cove is its new architecture in 10 nm and its integrated GPUs will be more powerful than ever

The end of the year is a good opportunity to talk about everything that one projects for the next, and Intel have wanted to forget some of his recent missteps and dedicate a very special day to talk about his immediate future, which will be loaded with news Relevant

The first one is its new Sunny Cove architecture, which will arrive in 2019 and which will finally make the leap to the 10 nm process that we have literally been waiting for years. The second, the improvements that will offer their future integrated GPUs, with a generation of graphics processors that will leave (very) behind the current Intel HD Graphics.


Robots, sensors and virtual reality this is how Intel sees the future of physical stores

We have recently seen how Amazon, the e-commerce giant, posed a very different physical store model than we know it to be. Its Amazon Go stores will use sensors and artificial intelligence so that ATMs are no longer necessary, but there are other initiatives in this regard.

Intel has just introduced one of them: the semiconductor manufacturer has launched its Responsive Retail Platform, a project that consists of various types of sensors and certain applications for physical stores to modernize. This platform will help provide inventory tracking or suggestions on consumer habits.

Intel IoT

Intel introduced a new platform for IoT

At the presentation in Santa Clara, Intel introduced a new platform for the “Internet of Things“. It includes two reference architecture and a set of proprietary solutions optimized for the growing market of IoT. Among these new microcontrollers and SoC Series Intel Quark, as well as specialized operating system Wind River to support cloud services.

“Intel continues to strengthen its position by providing a comprehensive set of building blocks to enhance the capacity of its ecosystem in the area of ​​IoT. We simplify for our customers transition from the scale of individual “smart” things to the cloud using Intel Quark SE and specialized OS for microcontrollers,” – said by a senior vice president at Intel IoT Group Douglas Davis.