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About Intel Corp.

Intel , is an industry leader, creating world-changing technology that enables global progress and enriches lives. Inspired by Moore's Law, it continuously work to advance the design and manufacturing of semiconductors to help address our customers' greatest challenges. By embedding intelligence in the cloud, network, edge and every kind of computing device, it unleash the potential of data to transform business and society for the better.
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Intel unveils first US tech apprenticeship
Jul 15, 2024 18:58pm

Intel Corporation announced Monday the launch of its first-ever apprenticeship program in the United States, aiming to bridge the skills gap in the tech industry sector.This initiative in Arizona will…

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Intel’s bold move in Arizona: Revolutionizing the semiconductor industry with new apprenticeship
Jul 15, 2024 18:11pm

Intel has unveiled its first U.S.-based apprenticeship program for manufacturing facility technicians, partnering with several Arizona organizations, including the Arizona Commerce Authority, the Phoenix Business and Workforce Development Board, the SEMI Foundation, Maricopa Community Colleges District, and Fresh Start Women’s Foundation. The initiative aims to bolster the semiconductor workforce by training facility technicians at Intel’s […]

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3 Edge Computing Stocks That Could Grow Your Wealth
Jul 15, 2024 18:07pm

Thanks to developments in artificial intelligence and the need for more effective data processing near where the data originates from, edge computing stocks continue to attract investors because of their rapid transformation. With a value of $16.45 billion in 2023 , the worldwide edge computing industry is predicted to expand 36.9% annually from 2024 to 2030, reaching $155.90 billion. Other projections indicate that, with a 36.7% increase over the following eight years, the market may reach $200.8 billion by 2031. North America will be the largest market in the world in 2023, with about 40% of the edge computing market share. Asia-Pacific is expected to grow the fastest, with a 43% CAGR from 2024 to 2030. IoT, manufacturing and smart city projects all help explain this increase. The magnitude of the market is driving several platforms to be developed. EdgeCortix’s most recent development for edge artificial intelligence uses is the SAKURA-II Edge AI processor. Meanwhile, Fastly (NYSE: FSLY ) has developed a bot management system to target DDoS assaults and frauds and enhance edge security.

Intel Launches Its First US Apprenticeship for Manufacturing Facility Technicians | INTC Stock News
Jul 15, 2024 18:03pm

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Intel launches apprenticeship for U.S. manufacturing workers
Jul 15, 2024 18:00pm

Intel has launched its first U.S. apprenticeship program to train manufacturing facility technicians at its chip factory in Arizona.

7 Terrible Tech Stocks to Avoid at All Costs
Jul 15, 2024 11:10am

This year will surely go down in the history books as the year of tech stocks , thanks to advances like generative artificial intelligence that are pushing the market to new highs. But for all the amazing tech stocks available today, there are also some truly terrible tech stocks that investors should avoid. The names on this list are disappointing, and investing in such struggling tech stocks would be a huge mistake. Some of them are good companies that are just losing to better competition, and others are saddled with products that don’t resonate in today’s market. I’m using the Portfolio Grader to identify some of the worst tech stocks today based on factors such as earnings performance, growth (or lack thereof), and analyst ratings. We’re also considering market momentum, which can sometimes be an overlooked factor when evaluating stocks. Stocks with weak momentum tend to be viewed negatively by the market, as the poor sentiment makes it harder for them to attract capital or generate investor enthusiasm.

Jefferies names ''yet-to-be discovered AI play'' in Taiwan, giving it 42% upside potential
Jul 15, 2024 01:16am

The company has "tight partnerships with top chip designers" including as Nvidia, Arm, Qualcomm, Intel, according to Jefferies.

Intel Stock: Last Chance for a Comeback or Time to Abandon Ship?
Jul 14, 2024 12:54pm

Intel (NASDAQ: INTC ) has been the biggest technology disappointment of the century, so far, but it’s still the most important tech company of this decade. Some are saying now is the time to buy Intel stock. Intel’s failures over two decades came under a series of marketing executives. Its rise, if it is to happen, will be because of Pat Gelsinger. He’s a manufacturing executive who started his career at Intel but was at VMWare when he was called back in early 2020. He understands fabrication. Fabrication and Intel Stock Gelsinger’s strategy is to rebuild Intel as an American chip manufacturer, with new “fabs” in Ohio and Arizona, and substantial government help. Since he took command in February 2020, the stock has lost almost half its value. Gelsinger is putting $100 billion into his foundry plan over five years . Your tax dollars represent $8.5 billion of that. He says the company’s goal is to have half the world’s most advanced chips produced in the U.S. or Europe by the end of the decade.

Alderon Games accuses Intel of selling defective processors
Jul 14, 2024 09:38am

The game developer has noted frequent crashes on 13th and 14th Gen Intel CPUs.

Intel has been facing mounting pressure to fix Raptor Lake CPU stability issues since February 2024; a game developer accuses Intel of selling "defective" CPUs (Matthew Connatser/The Register)
Jul 14, 2024 04:40am

Matthew Connatser / The Register : Intel has been facing mounting pressure to fix Raptor Lake CPU stability issues since February 2024; a game developer accuses Intel of selling “defective” CPUs — High-end processor instability headaches, failures pushed one studio to switch to AMD