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In its new 'Prototyping with Purpose' eBook, experts from Mouser & the electronics industry walk through the design process, discussing tools, software methodology, circuit design & the final integration into a solid prototype.
Mouser teams up with Analog Devices & Intel to foster innovation by sponsoring the Create the Future Design Contest.
Series of one-day events across EMEA to help customers learn, adopt & accelerate the use of AI in their system design, hosted by Arrow, in partnership with Intel, Microsoft & Nvidia – including London (Dec 3rd).
Based on the latest Intel® processor family, Gemini Lake, the Fujitsu D3544-S, is a versatile, industrial Mini-STX mainboard/embedded PC, designed for 24/7 continuous operation.
University of Huddersfield student Pawel Wozniak was on placement at Intel when the opportunity came to work on the devices that the famous physicist uses to communicate.
Intel’s FPGAs have been chosen by automotive supplier Denso to develop Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) in automated vehicles.
The new Intel Joule module features high-end compute and graphics as well as a large memory in a tiny, low-power package.
Intel has started sampling to customers Stratix 10 field programmable arrays, a 14nm FPGA.
Combined with Intel’s existing assets, Movidius positions Intel to lead in providing computer vision and deep learning solutions from the device to the cloud.
Mouser Electronics is now shipping the Geniuno 101 from Intel and Arduino which is based on the Intel Curie module.
Slot CPU with Intel Q67 chipset is for second-generation Intel Core processors.
Intel Corporation has announced plans to invest more than $5 billion in building a new chip manufacturing facility at its site in Chandler, Arizona. The announcement was made by Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini during a visit by President Obama.
Intel Corporation has announced an advance in the quest to use light beams to replace the use of electrons to carry data in and around computers.
Intel and Nokia merge software platforms for future computing devices.