Intel News (NASDAQ:INTC)

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03/23/20176:10PMDJNCorrection to Intel New Drives Story on March 19
Intel claims the raw 3D XPoint technology is 1,000 times faster than the NAND flash commonly used in storage drives, though still about 10% the speed of temporary memory called DRAM, or dynamic random-access memory. "Intel Looks to Gain From Data Explosion With New Drives, published March 19 at 6:00 a.m. EDT, incorrectly... More...>>
03/23/20179:05AMBWIntel Declares Quarterly Cash Dividend
Intel Corporation’s board of directors has declared a quarterly dividend of $0.2725 cents per share ($1.09 per share on an annual basis) on the company’s common stock. This represents a dividend increase of five percent on an annualized basis. The dividend will be payable on June 1, 2017, to stockholders of record... More...>>
03/23/20179:00AMBWIntel Elects Two New Members to Board of Directors
Intel Corporation today announced that Omar Ishrak and Greg Smith have been elected to Intel’s board of directors. This Smart News Release features multimedia. View the full release here: http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20170323005310/en/ Intel Corporation on March 23, 2017, announced the election of Greg Smith... More...>>
03/21/20172:55PMBWIntel Tips Off NCAA® March Madness® with Multiyear Exclusive Partnership with Turner Sports, CBS Sports & NCAA as Official ...
Available for the First Time, Virtual Premium Tickets with Intel® True VR Deliver Enhanced Viewing Experience NEWS HIGHLIGHTS Intel, Turner Sports, CBS Sports and the NCAA announce multiyear corporate partnership to provide Intel True VR (virtual reality) technology to the 2017 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship... More...>>
03/19/201712:23PMDJNCorrection to Chip Designers Story
In the story "How Chip Designers Are Breaking Moore's Law," at 8:00 a.m. ET, Nvidia chief scientist William Dally asserted that his company has been tuning its graphics processors to be better for AI. Mr. Kressin says the company has been tuning its graphics processors to be better for AI of every sort since... More...>>
03/19/20176:29AMDJNIntel Looks to Gain From Data Explosion With New Drives
By Ted Greenwald Intel Corp. is starting to ship the first products based on new technology it hopes will reshape the market for computer memory and help it profit more from the tech world's data explosion. The new storage drives, which Intel is making widely available on Sunday, are based on technology called 3D... More...>>
03/16/20178:08AMBWWatch now: BizWireTV Spotlights a Big Debut at This Year’s SXSW and The Future of Autonomous Driving
View the Interactive Episode at www.BizWireTV.com Featuring Buoy, Currencycloud, E.L.F. Beauty, Farmhouse Culture, Girl Starter, Goldbely, Hasbro, Intel, Local Roots Farms, Nickelodeon, NIO, Pandora, POWERADE and PR Council On the latest BizWireTV, catch what’s on The Launch Pad and see what’s happening in the startup... More...>>
03/16/20173:02AMDJNIntel Deal Faces Stiff Test -- WSJ
A mixed record on tie-ups and strong lineup of rivals put spotlight on the chip maker By Ted Greenwald Intel Corp.'s $15.3 billion planned purchase of Mobileye NV propels the chip maker into a stronger position in the booming market for autonomous-vehicle technology, but it also comes with potential hazards -- including... More...>>
03/15/201712:51PMDJNDeal for Mobileye Puts Intel's Spotty Record of Big Acquisitions on the Line
By Ted Greenwald Intel Corp.'s $15.3 billion planned purchase of Mobileye NV propels the chip maker into a stronger position in the booming market for autonomous-vehicle technology, but it also comes with potential hazards -- including the Silicon Valley stalwart's limited experience successfully integrating... More...>>
03/15/20173:02AMDJNBig Tech Reshapes Automotive Sector -- WSJ
By Chester Dawson Intel Corp. sent a fresh shock wave through the automotive supply chain, becoming the latest tech company to gobble up a specialized car components supplier. The Silicon Valley company's $15 billion acquisition of Mobileye NV could unsettle established auto makers, but it may be the type of big bet... More...>>
03/14/20172:49PMDJNIntel Deal for Mobileye Fuels Israel's Drive to Become Automotive Tech Hub
By Rory Jones TEL AVIV -- Israeli startups have new incentive to hit the gas in a race to develop the next big vehicle-automation technology. Intel Corp.'s $15 billion acquisition of Jerusalem-based Mobileye NV -- the biggest technology deal in the so-called Startup Nation -- has raised hopes that Israel can produce... More...>>
03/14/20178:35AMPRNUSWind River Transforms Future of Industrial IoT with Breakthrough Software Platform for Control Systems
Wind River Transforms Future of Industrial IoT with Breakthrough Software Platform for Control Systems PR Newswire ALAMEDA, California, March 14, 2017 NEWS HIGHLIGHTS Wind River introduces software platform that enables critical infrastructure companies to cost-effectively evolve aging legacy control systems not previously... More...>>
03/14/20177:24AMDJNBig Tech Reshaping Auto Supply Chain With Latest Deals
By Chester Dawson Intel Corp. sent a fresh shock wave through the automotive supply chain, becoming the latest tech company to gobble up a specialized car components supplier. The Silicon Valley company's $15 billion acquisition of Mobileye NV could unsettle established auto makers, but it may be the type of big bet... More...>>
03/14/20177:06AMDJNToday's Top Supply Chain and Logistics News From WSJ
By Paul Page Sign up:With one click, get this newsletter delivered to your inbox. British grocery supplier G Fresh Ltd. has been resetting its supply chain well ahead of the U.K.'s departure from the European Union, packing trucks from Spain more tightly and bypassing distribution centers to cut rising import costs... More...>>
03/14/20173:02AMDJNIntel Joins Race for 'Servers on Wheels' -- WSJ
By Ted Greenwald Intel Corp. agreed to buy Israeli car-camera pioneer Mobileye NV for $15.3 billion, one of the chip maker's biggest acquisitions ever and the latest bet on Silicon Valley's vision of cars as turbocharged computers on wheels. The deal, which amounts to a 34% premium over Mobileye's closing... More...>>
03/13/20175:09PMDJNIntel Deepens Self-Driving Investment as Competition Grows
By Austen Hufford Intel Corp. is the latest company racing to shape the future of autonomous transportation, joining traditional car makers, parts manufacturers and technology companies. Intel said Monday that it struck a deal to buy Mobileye NV for about $15.3 billion. Mobileye makes chip-based camera systems that power... More...>>
03/13/20172:55PMDJNIntel Deepens Self-Driving Investment as Competition Grows
By Austen Hufford Intel Corp. is the latest company racing to shape the future of autonomous transportation, joining traditional car makers, parts manufacturers and technology companies. Intel said Monday that it struck a deal to buy Mobileye NV for about $15.3 billion. Mobileye makes chip-based camera systems that power... More...>>
03/13/20172:16PMDJNIntel's Acquisition Casts Spotlight on Pioneer in Self-Driving Technology -- Update
By John D. Stoll In the nearly two decades since its founding, Jerusalem-based Mobileye NV has helped revolutionize two sectors: automotive safety and Israeli tech. The firm was created by Amnon Shashua and Ziv Aviram when most cars counted seat belts, anti lock brakes and air bags as central safety components. They set... More...>>
03/13/20171:04PMDJNBMW Say Intel Mobileye Deal Positive for Its Development of iNext Vehicle by 2021
By William Boston BERLIN--BMW AG welcomed Intel Corp's announcement that it would acquire self-driving tech firm Mobileye as a positive driver for the car maker's partnership with the two tech companies to develop a technology platform for self-driving cars. "We welcome the news about the acquisition and... More...>>
03/13/20179:28AMDJNIntel to Buy Mobileye for $15.3 Billion -- 4th Update
By Austen Hufford Silicon Valley is deepening its bet that cars will increasingly morph into computers on wheels. Intel Corp. on Monday said it struck a deal to buy Mobileye NV for about $15.3 billion, the latest investment by a technology company in the future of self-driving cars. The deal values Mobileye at $63.54 a... More...>>
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