Advanced Micro Devices, under the direction of its President and CEO Lisa Su, garnered some big headlines in 2018 for both its technology advances as well as its growing stock price.
The new company, called W3bcloud, is developing data center products to support blockchain-based workloads and applications.
The deal would be a major win for TSMC as it challenges Intel’s dominance in the data center.
Intel says not to worry and that the earlier patches it issued address these new security flaws as well as the older hardware bugs.
It's common for hardware to have bugs. It's up to the kernel to provide mitigation.
Microsoft and Google security researchers disclosed the new bugs, which affect Intel, AMD, and ARM processors.
Intel classified four of the new flaws as “high risk” and four as “medium,” and it's working on patches.
We could see more ARM-based servers in virtualized networks.