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Intel Corporation

2200 Mission College Blvd
Santa Clara, California, 95052
United States of America

Intel's innovation in cloud computing, data center, Internet of Things, & PC solutions is powering the smart and connected digital world we live in.

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System built for 3D collaboration, Metaverse and digital twin simulation.

JPR's Jon Peddie explains why the dip in PC and GPU shipment in 2022 Q2 is not as alarming as it appears

One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.

Intel debuts three Intel Arc Pro-A series professional GPUs for workstations

Ansys RedHawk-SC, Ansys HFSS and other multiphysics analysis solutions are selected for Intel Foundry Services’ new cloud alliance initiative.

When selecting from among the new, high-powered engineering workstations on the market, it is all about the workflow.

Autodesk, Siemens, NVIDIA among big names cutting ties or suspending operations in Russia

There are no simple answers in defining energy efficiency for workstations and servers.

MSI delivers another powerful mobile system in the MSI WS66 11UMT-220US.

New work setups require more data processing and peripheral support capabilities.

Velocity Micro Raptor Z55 performance desktop includes the new 12th-gen Intel Core processors and an updated Intel Z690 motherboard.

With Intel's new processors, Velocity Micro's Raptor Z55 becomes a powerful gaming PC, company says.

Intel's Jim Jeffers explains differences and similarities between Open Image Denoise and other GPU makers' AI-based denoisers.

At SIGGRAPH Virtual 2021, GPU maker NVIDIA reveals how it uses its Omniverse platform to create digital twins of the CEO's kitchen and the CEO Jensen Huang himself.

As engineers return to the office, many firms are re-evaluating their computing requirements.

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