Intel Corp continues to zoom in on the supercomputing space, announcing that Intel Xeon Phi would be the new brand name for all future Many Integrated Core (MIC) architecture-based products.
Intel Malaysia has launched its “Be Amazing” PC refresher campaign which it said would highlight its latest products aimed at consumers. The campaign aims to reach more than 500,000 consumers nationwide, but is primarily focused on the connected youth in both urban and rural markets throughout the country.
Intel Malaysia has announced an integrated hardware and software solution, the Intel Small Business Advantage package, designed specifically for small and medium business owners.
The various professional development initiatives in Malaysia have seen the number of people taking part in up-skilling and training programs rising to 133,566 in 2010 versus the 39,606 in 2000, the majority of which were from the engineering and ICT sectors. But this is not enough to satiate the hunger of the tech industry for more talent.
Hewlett--Packard has launched its ProLiant Generation 8 servers, the product of the two-year US$300mil research and development Project Voyager program that has seen more than 900 patents being filed. Describing them as the industry’s most “self-sufficient” servers, HP said the Generation 8 was designed on the three pillars of reducing complexity, cost and downtime; and is part of the company’s effort to transform the server lifecyle and redefine data center economics.