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Mouser teams up with Analog Devices & Intel to foster innovation by sponsoring the Create the Future Design Contest.
Introducing the Intel RealSense D400 product family, built to bring depth-sensing technology to embedded systems – helping them to understand, interact and learn from real-world environments.
The Movidius Myriad X vision processing unit advances Intel’s portfolio of artificial intelligence solutions to deliver more autonomous capabilities across a wide range of product categories – including drones, robotics, smart cameras and virtual reality.
Intel announced the Intel Cyclone 10 family of FPGAs, which have been designed to deliver fast and power-efficient processing.
Intel Corporation introduced the 6th Generation Intel Core processor family, one of the company's best processors.
Mouser Electronics is now shipping the Intel Compute Stick with Windows 8.1, a new generation of computer from Intel.
Mouser Electronics is sponsoring the 13th annual “Create the Future” design contest, a challenge to engineers/students worldwide to create the next great thing.
Intel and Advantech collaborate to deliver Mobile Clinical Assistant for better quality patient care.
The company has launched what it claims is its most advanced desktop processor ever.
The iNEMI has outlined recommendations to help the electronics industry manage Pb-free alloy alternatives.
The processor to bring big power to small laptops was announced at Computex, Taipei.
Intel uses an integrated Xilinx Automotive (XA) FPGA in its infotainment reference design.
Intel and Micron Technology have introduced what is claimed to be the industry’s first sub-40nm NAND memory device, by unveiling a 34nm 32Gb multi-level cell chip.
NI and ARM collaboration results in a module aiming to simplify embedded system development.
It has been a busy time for Intel as the processor giant announced a 65nm processor packed with transistors, and two memory joint ventures with Micron and STMicroelectronics.
The flash memory company created by a partnership between Intel, STMicroelectonics and Francisco Partners, a private equity firm, has run into trouble as the US Federal Trade Commision (FTC) reviews whether anti-trust violations have occurred.