As part of the settlement, Apple agreed to pay Qualcomm an undisclosed amount and inked a six-year license deal with Qualcomm.
Omnitek will join Intel’s Programmable Solutions Group, and will provide video and AI inferencing applications on top of Intel’s FPGAs.
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The software, when applied to Intel's persistent memory hardware, improves the performance and speed of big data workloads and use cases.
According to reports, Intel is making the cuts as it consolidates IT operators under a single contractor — Infosys.
The build process enables “any-to-any” integration — the capability to integrate analog, memory, custom computing, custom I/O, and Intel eASIC device tiles into a single package with the FPGA fabric.
Companies spend more money on security products every year. And yet breaches are getting bigger and more costly. “It’s the biggest macro failure in investing ever,” said Intel’s Jim Gordon.
OCP announced four other new projects at the summit: Inspur-led OpenRMC (stands for “rack management module”), Netronome-led Open Domain-Specific Accelerators, Facebook-led OCP Accelerator Module, and Nokia-led Open Edge.
Both new groups formed just days before the granddaddy of open source hardware groups, Open Compute Project (OCP), holds its annual summit. All three focus on “fundamentally different areas,” said Intel’s Jim Pappas.
The APIs are designed to complement ongoing work by 3GPP and other industry groups working for common, open, multi-vendor networks.
The chip giant also announced its new FPGA acceleration card for telecommunications service providers’ 5G use cases.
The project is being supported by technology partners Intel, Cisco, Qualcomm, Nokia, Altiostar, and Tech Mahindra.
Charles Ferland, Lenovo Vice President and Manager discusses the company’s comprehensive, consolidated approach to CSP digital and network transformation.