Thursday, July 29

procesadores

chips, Computación, Features, Intel, procesadores

Intel: the chip giant’s midlife crisis | Digital Trends Spanish

Moore Noyce and not Intel could have been the name of the processor giant. In this way, he would have honored the last names of Gordon Moore and Robert Noyce, the chemist and engineer who co-founded the company on July 18, 1968. However, it was almost scrapped right out of the box. The reason? In English, Moore Noyce is homophone for “more noise” (more noise), which seemed to be counterproductive for an electronics company, where noise is associated with interference. For the same reason, they opted for something simpler: NM Electronics. Only the following year did they use Intel, an abbreviation for Integrated Electronics. Those were the first problems that the firm had to solve. More than half a century later, the challenges are other and of a greater magnitude. The company fac...
chips, Computación, nanómetros, procesadores, silicios

Processors and nanometers: what will happen when the limit is reached? | Digital Trends Spanish

In the early 1970s, the first chips measured 10 microns and were only capable of holding 2,300 transistors. Over time they have increased their capacity, reduced their size and improved their efficiency. The latest breakthrough came from IBM, which in May 2021 announced the first functional 2-nanometer (nm) chip. But the nm processors They seem to be reaching their physical limit, so the question is how far is it possible to advance? You will be interested in: IBM's 2 nm chip is still in the experimental phase, it measures 150 square millimeters - something like the size of a fingernail - and has 50 million transistors, that is, a density of 333 million transistors per square millimeter. It will be able to improve the performance of modern 7nm chips by 45 percent and reduce power co...
chips, Computación, nanómetros, procesadores, silicios

Processors and nanometers: what will happen when the limit is reached? | Digital Trends Spanish

In the early 1970s, the first chips measured 10 microns and were only capable of holding 2,300 transistors. Over time they have increased their capacity, reduced their size and improved their efficiency. The latest breakthrough came from IBM, which in May 2021 announced the first functional 2-nanometer (nm) chip. But the nm processors They seem to be reaching their physical limit, so the question is how far is it possible to advance? You will be interested in: IBM's 2 nm chip is still in the experimental phase, it measures 150 square millimeters - something like the size of a fingernail - and has 50 million transistors, that is, a density of 333 million transistors per square millimeter. It will be able to improve the performance of modern 7nm chips by 45 percent and reduce power co...
AMD, AMD Ryzen 2600, AMD Ryzen 3600, AMD Ryzen 3700X, AMD Ryzen 3900X, AMD Threadripper 3990X, Computación, procesadores

The best processors you can buy this 2021 | Digital Trends Spanish

Of all the components in a computer, few outweigh the processor, which is responsible for most of the calculations. AMD and Intel offer multiple options, and while this is certainly a good thing, it also makes choosing the ideal one for your needs more complicated than you might think. Some have high speeds or great power, while others impress us with their price compared to what they offer. The Ryzen 5 3600 is the best of the low-cost processors, while the Ryzen 9 5900X takes the crown of the highest quality. But of course, there is more. You will be interested in: Best entry-level processor AMD Ryzen 5 3600 5000 series processors AMD's Ryzen are very popular right now and for good reason. The Ryzen 5000 is impressive, although the model is still young, with the cheapest processor...
Noticias, procesadores, Qualcomm Snapdragon 875, Snapdragon 875, Telefonía celular

Snapdragon 875: filter details and promises to be a beast | Digital Trends Spanish

Manufacturer Qualcomm plans to introduce the Snapdragon 875 processor on December 1, which is likely to be the flagship chip for mobile devices of 2021. However, a report from China has just revealed practically all the technical characteristics of the processor. The reveal of the Chinese leaker Digital Chat Station It indicates the Snapdragon 875, built with Samsung's 5-nanometer technology. The processor would have a triple cluster configuration and would debut the new Cortex X cores, which have been designed by ARM. Of the three, the most important would be the Cortex X1 core, which would offer 2.84GHz performance, similar to what the Snapdragon 865 does. In addition, it would have other clusters: one with three 2.42GHz Cortex A78 cores and another with 4 1.8GHz Cortex A55 cores...
Chip Kirin Huawei, Huawei, Negocios, Noticias, procesadores, Telefonía celular

US would lift chip restriction for Huawei, but … | Digital Trends Spanish

The US government would ease the restriction that currently prevents US companies from selling processors to the Chinese smartphone maker Huawei. The measure, however, would be accompanied by a single warning: that the components are not used for the 5G business of the Chinese brand. According to a report by Financial times, which quotes a manufacturer of semi-conductors on condition of anonymity, the US Department of Commerce has been exploring this alternative. "(The Department) has been telling companies that while the licenses to supply Huawei are handled with a view to denial, this can be overcome if it can demonstrate that its technology is not 5G-compliant," the source noted. According to the report, the chipmaker was referring to Huawei's 5G infrastructure business, which, ...
Android, China, Donald Trump, HarmonyOS Huawei, Huawei, Kirin, Negocios, Noticias, procesadores, Qualcomm, Telefonía celular, veto

Huawei had to stock chips to survive the veto | Digital Trends Spanish

On Tuesday, September 15, the Taiwanese company TSMC stopped producing the Kirin processors that Huawei uses in its cell phones. The chip manufacturing requires US manufacturing technology. And that is prohibited in the veto that the government of Donald Trump imposed on Huawei. This situation caused the Chinese company to rush to store chips, according to its president, Guo Ping, at an event held in Shanghai, reported BBC News. “The continued aggression from the United States government has put us under significant pressure and brought great challenges to our production and operation. Right now, survival is the goal, ”added Ping. Huawei's boss said the company had enough supplies to keep its business-to-business operations - such as 5G infrastructure - running smoot...
Apple, chips, Intel, Intel Tiger Lake, Negocios, Noticias, procesadores, Tendencias, Videojuegos

Intel promises faster speeds with Tiger Lake chips | Digital Trends Spanish

Raja Koduri, general manager of architecture, graphics and software at Intel took advantage of the Architecture Day 2020 press event, to officially launch the line of Tiger Lake chips that promise higher speeds, better graphics and a longer battery life, reported Cnet. After giving small signals at CES 2020, Intel has finally launched its next generation of SoC processors for mobile devices that will feature the new Willow Cove CPU cores and will be the first to debut its promising Xe graphics microarchitecture, with up to 96 units of execution. Even at the conference, Intel executives reconfirmed the Xe-LP microarchitecture which, with low power consumption, promises to "deliver efficient performance for mobile platforms." Tiger Lake chips, formally referred to as Inte...