At its annual developer forum, microprocessor giant Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) disclosed quite a lot of information about its current and future chip manufacturing technologies, something that was sorely needed after a long stretch of essentially radio silence.
It looks like Intel Corporation (NSDQ:INTC) is upping the ante. The chipzilla has historically reserved its 6-core SKUs primarily for its limited “Extreme Edition” line of CPUs that usually come with exorbitantly high price tags.
He went on to tell listeners that Intel is investing substantially in LTE as well as in future 5G modem technology and that getting those core modem technologies right would eventually allow the company to reenter the mobile applications processor market.
With Project Alloy, Intel Corporation laid down a solid foundation in the fast-growing VR industry. The tech giant also demonstrated that it could dominate the industry because its platform offers advanced and powerful features.