New charges filed against chip maker.
Ohio Supercomputer Center and Nimbis Services partner to provide e-commerce service; and Purdue announces fin-shaped transistor that could lead to smaller, faster computer processors. We recap those stories and more in our weekly wrapup.
New York attorney general charges chip maker with violating antitrust laws.
Larrabee, Westmere, and “microserver” chips: Intel talks up its future silicon at IDF.
With a new generation of server processors in the offing, 2010 promises to be chockful of multicore goodness.
Parallel software also takes spotlight at Stanford confab.
In what looks like a one-company stimulus package, Intel announced that it is going to invest $7 billion in US-based chip manufacturing plants.