Intel’s Thunderbolt 5 and Daisy Chaining 8K Monitors

by Shawnee Blackwood

Intel is open to licensing Thunderbolt 5 to non-Intel platforms but how does it compare to HDMI, DisplayPort, DisplayLink, and USB4 for multi-monitor support.

Tags:DisplayPort| HDMI| Intel| showcase| Thunderbolt| USB

Gaming Is Still the Killer App for All Displays

by Omid Rahmat

The gist of it: there are 3 gaming super powers, Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft. Microsoft and Sony are both pushing into streaming games, even as they pull against it. Every display has to be …

Tags:Apple| Intel| Microsoft| sony| Streaming Games

Intel’s GPU Market Share Mistakenly Boosted by HPC Sales

by Jon Peddie

Intel announced its win for the Argonne National Laboratory Aurora supercomputer in March 2019 and promised a performance of 1 EFLOPS by 2021. Intel said in mid-2020 that manufacturing issues had delayed the rollout …

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PC Graphics Shipments Decreased 38% in 2022

by Omid Rahmat

The global PC-based graphics processor unit (GPU) market reached 64.2 million units in Q4’22, according to the latest update from Jon Peddie Research’ Market Watch Report. Total year on year GPU shipments decreased by …

Tags:AMD| GPUs| Intel| Market Data| Notebooks| Nvidia| PCs

Chip Makers Scramble for Federal Money

by Omid Rahmat

The CHIPS Act is creating a frenzy of activity around its over $200 billion in financial incentives and additional tax breaks. To stop China from becoming an advanced power in semiconductors and to maintain …

Tags:Intel| Manufacturing| Samsung| TSMC

Intel Reports Sharp Loss for 2022

by Andy Patrizio

The fourth quarter of the year has traditionally been Intel’s best for the year, but it reported a sharp loss for the quarter this time as sales stalled across all markets except Mobileye. In …

Tags:Financial Data| Intel