Posts Tagged "Intel"

Intel, maxi fine of 1.06 billion euro

The European Commission had imposed Wednesday a big fine from EUR 1.06 billion to Intel, for putting in place strategies illegal business. The Commission in a statement said that "found that Intel had recourse to two specific forms of illegal practice. First, Intel gave wholly or partially hidden rebates to [...]

Intel is likely a huge fine from the European Commission

Intel may well have to be delivered in the next few days a big fine from the European Commission for anti-competitive practices. As reported by the Financial Times, the European Commission could fine Intel for abuse of dominant position in the weekly meeting scheduled for Wednesday. The Cupertino company is accused of anti-competitive practices, such as the granting of discounts [...]

In 2010 Intel CPUs with integrated GPU

According to rumors, Intel will introduce the first CPU with integrated GPU in the first quarter of 2010. Initially, the models with integrated GPU should be the ones called Auburndale and Havendale with 45nm manufacturing process, but Intel seems geared to delete these two models and produce directly a model, codenamed Clarkdale, 32 [...]

The crisis also affects companies High Tech

The economic crisis currently being begins to claim victims even in the High Tech. Seagate has recently announced a cut of 6% of its workforce (about 3,000 layoffs) and reduce salaries to its officials by up to 25%. Seagate expects to recover 130 million euro a year thanks to the restructuring, the [...]

Nehalem coming for November?

Should miss little arrival on the market of the new family of Intel processors, codenamed Nehalem, whose output was expected by the end of 2008. The CEO of Intel Paul Otellini confirmed that Intel has already begun shipments of its processors customers. According to some sources gathered by TG Daily the launch [...]