Thursday, December 08, 2005

Intel in the news

EETimes reports: (Emphasis added.)

Intel Corp. plans to spend $230 million to expand its test and assembly facility in Kulim, Malaysia, according to a Thursday (Dec. 8) Associated Press report.

Read the EETimes article linked here.

Intel press release: (Emphasis added.)

Intel Corporation today (12/7/05) announced development of a new, ultra-fast, yet very low power prototype transistor using new materials that could form the basis of its microprocessors and other logic products beginning in the second half of the next decade.

Intel has been working with QinetiQ.

Ken David, director of components research for Intel's Technology and Manufacturing Group said:

By providing 50 percent more performance while reducing power consumption by roughly 10 times, this new material will give us considerable flexibility because we will have ability to optimize for both performance and power of future platforms.

Read the Intel press release linked here.

Mercury News reported: (Emphasis added.)

Intel joined the chorus of Silicon Valley companies investing in India, announcing Monday (12/5/05) that it will invest $1.1 billion in the country over the next five years.

Read the article at linked here.

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