Newsone reported After a significant increment in the latest quarter, Intel is now gearing up for product enhancement and improved features to reinvent desktop computing, according to an official press release.
The California-based producer of semiconductors unveiled a set of roadmap enhancements, program features and software partnerships to help drive the reinvention of desktop computing, the instruction read.
“The desktop business is a great and significant segment for Intel, and we are vesting in it – reinventing form factors, experiences and products for our customers,” the instruction read, quoting Lisa Graff who is the vice president and general director for Intel’s Desktop Client Platform Group
The microchip-making giant previewed a special unlocked fourth generation Intel Core processor – code-named Devil’s Canyon – at the Game Developers Conference.
For those who need the highest processor core count and memory bandwidth to the desktop, Intel will deliver an 8-core, 16-thread Intel Core processor Extreme Edition in the second half of this year.
Intel also announced plans for an Intel Pentium processor ‘anniversary edition’ commemorating more than 20 years of the Pentium brand, featuring unlocked multipliers that allow the ability to increase the core and memory frequencies independently from the remainder of the organization.
Moreover, plans for unlocked desktop versions of the forthcoming fifth generation Intel Core processor with Iris Pro graphics, code-named ‘Broadwell’, were affirmed. Newsone.