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INTRODUCTION(1) Intel Corporation is an American multinational semiconductor chip maker corporation headquartered in Santa Clara, California, United States (2) It is a world's largest semiconductor chip maker, based on revenue. (3) It is the inventor of the x86 of microprocessors,processor found in most of the personal computers. (4) In 2010 Intels brand value is at number 48 among 100 top companies of the world.
HISTORY(1) Intel was founded in mountain view, california in 1968 by Gorden E. Moore, Robert Noyce and Aurther Rock. (2) Aurther Rock was only one of the investors and not an employee. (3) Total initial investment in intel was $ 2.5 million and $ 10,000 was from rock. (4) Andy grove(chemical engineer) was 3rd employee apart from moore and noyce
HISTORY(5) First product of intel in 1969 was the 3101 schottky TTL bipolar 64 bit Random Access Memory (RAM). (6) In same year Intel manufactured first metal oxide semiconductor(MoS) Static Random access Memory(SRAM). (7) Intel also created first commercial microprocessor(intel 4004) in 1971. (8) 1972 first ever microcomputers invented by intel.
WHAT IS x86??? The term x86 refers to a family of instruction set
architectures based on the Intel 8086 CPU. The 8086 was launched in 1978 as a fully 16-bit extension. The term x86 derived from the fact that early successors to the 8086 also had names ending in "86". x86 is designed by Intel in 1978 and the designe was given by CICS. x86 is a Register-memory processor that can encode variables upto 1 to 15 bytes. It is available in 16 bits,32 bits and 64 bits registers.
INTEL 8086The 8086 (also called iAPX86) is a 16-bit microprocessor chip designed by Intel between early 1976 and mid-1978, when it was releasedThe 8086 was sequenced using a mixture of random logic and microcode and was implemented using depletionload nMOS circuitry with approximately 20,000 active transistors (29,0 00 counting all ROM and PLA (sites).
INTEL PRODUCTSIntel mainly deals with following:(1)Motherboard Chips (2)Network Interface Controllers(NIC) (3)Integrated Circuits(ICs) (4)Flash Memory (5)Graphic Chips (6)Embeded Processors (7)Mobile Processors (8)Car Security Systems.
PRODUCTS DISCRIPTIONMOTHERBOARD CHIPS:A chipset controls the communication between processor and external devices,it also determines the systems performance. NETWORK INTERFACE CONTROLLERS (NIC):Also known as Network Interface Card, network adapter,LAN adapter is a computer hardware that connects computer to computer network.
PRODUCTS DISCRIPTIONINTEGRATED CIRCUITS(ICs):An integrated circuit (also referred to as IC, chip, or microchip) is an electronic circuit manufactured by the patterned diffusion of trace elements into the surface of a thin substrate of semiconductor material. Additional materials are deposited and patterned to form interconnections between semiconductor devices.
PRODUCTS DISCRIPTIONFLASH MEMORY:It is a non-volatile computer storage chip that can be electrically erased and reprogrammed. GRAPHIC CHIPS:Graphic chips or graphic cards or display adapter is an expansion card which generates output images to display.It is mainly used in mobile phones,gaming consoles, computers etc etc
PRODUCTS DISCRIPTIONEMBEDED PROCESSORS:Embeded Processors are of two types (a) ordinary microprocessors and (b) microcontrollers, having many peripherals on single chip reducing size and cost. MOBILE PROCESSORS:It is a CPU designed to save power. It is found in mobile computers and cellphones. A CPU chip designed for portable computers, it is typically housed in a smaller chip package, but more importantly, in order to run cooler, it uses lower voltages than its desktop counterpart and has more "sleep mode" capability. CAR SECURITY SYSTEM:Intel car security system works by streaming vedios to cloud service if your car is broken into
RECENT ACQISTIONS(1) On 19th august 2010 intel announced to buy McAfee, manufacture of a computer security technology for $ 7.68 billion. (2)After two weeks intel announces collebration with infineon technologies, a wireless solution business. (3) In march 2011.intel bought most of the assets of cairo based SySDSoft.
RECENT ACQISTIONS(4) In july 2011 intel announces that it has to acquire Fulcrum Microsystem Inc. a company specialize in network switches. (5) And most recently on october 1, 2011 ,Intel reached a deal to acquire Telmap, an Israili based software navigation company. (6) Intel tie-up with TSMC another chip making company.
MARKET SHAREIntel's market capitalization is $122.41 billion (Feb. 22, 2011). According to IDC, while Intel still enjoys the most market share in both the overall worldwide PC microprocessor market (79.3%) and the mobile PC microprocessor (84.4%) in the second quarter of 2011, the numbers decreased by 1.5% and 1.9% compared to the first quarter
INTELs FINANCE(1)REVENUE:- US$ 43.623 billion (2010) (2)OPERATING INCOME:-$ 16.045 billion(2010) (3)NET INCOME- US$ 11.464 billion (2010) (4)Total ASSETS- US$ 63.186 billion (2010) (5) Total EQUITY-US$ 49.430 billion (2010)
INTEL CORE i3 vs i5 vs i7Features of intel core i3 (1) Uses 4 threads. Yes, it uses hyperthreading technology which is the latest craze due to its improved efficiency over earlier processors that were put on the market. (2)This processor consists of 2-4 cores, depending on which one you get your hands on. (3)Contains A 3-4 MB Cache (4)Uses less heat and energy than earlier processors, which is always a good thing in this day and age.
INTEL CORE i3 vs i5 vs i7Features of intel core i5 (1) This is the mid-size processor of this bunch, recommended for those who demand a little speed, but not quite enough where the user will be running resource-intensive applications. (2) As with the Core i3 processor, this comes with 2-4 cores, the main difference is that it has a higher clock speed than the Core i3. (3) This is also a heat and energy efficient processor, but it does seem to be better at this particular job than the Core i3 processor. (4 ) The number of threads used in this is no different than the Core i3 with 2-4 threads, and it also uses hyperthreading technology for a boost in performance. (5) The cache of the Core i5 is bigger than the Core i3, its at 3-8 MB. (6) The Core i5 is where the turbo mode is made available, this provides users with the opportunity to turn off a core if its not being utilized.
INTEL CORE i3 vs i5 vs i7Features of intel core i7 (1) This is for the users that demand power, yes it does provide more power and if Tim Allen gets one of these, this would be the beast that he gets his hands on. Great for gamers and other resource intensive users. (2) The cache on this one is 4-8 MB. (3) This processor comes with 8 threads, definitely enough to get the job done quickly, maybe even at the speed of light if youre lucky. And yes it also utilizes hyperthreading technology. (4) And just like the other ones in this Intel series of processors, it is more energy efficient and produces less heat.
INTEL XEON PROCESSORThe Xeon is a brand of multiprocessing- or multi-socketcapable x86 microprocess ors from Intel Corporation targeted at the nonconsumer server,worksta tion and embedded system markets.Intel has been making xeon processors since 1998. And in 2011 intel launches three new processors in market i.e. 3000,5000 and 7000 series.Xeon processors are primarily used in servers.
INTEL XEON PROCESSOR(1) 7000 series:-This series is mainly designed for servers and the 2011 model is 7100 which can handle upto 4 operating systems threads at same time. The 7100 is a 64-bit processor. It can operate at speeds up to 3.4GHz, and has up to 16MB of L3 cache.
INTEL XEON PROCESSOR(2) 5000 series:- The latest edition of intel xeon 5000 is 5600, it utilizes 32 nm technology, which automatic adjusts server performance and regulates power consumption.5600 processors range from 1.8 ghz to 3.3 ghz and have 12 mb of L3 cache includes Trusted Execution Technology (TXT) providing hardware based protection to system attacks by malicious softwares.
INTEL XEON PROCESSOR(3) 3000 series:- The Intel Xeon 3000 Series for servers includes the 3400, designed for entry-level servers. The processors use DDR3 memory with Error Correcting Code (ECC) supported up to 1333MHz .It supports up to 8GB/s bandwidth, resulting in low latency and faster speed than PCI or PCI-X adapters.
BASIC DIFFERENCE BETWEEN INTEL AND AMD(1) The main difference between AMD and Intel
processors are that AMD processors have a 10 step execution process which doesn't allow as fast of a clock but AMD's counter that by being able to do more operations per clock cycle. Intels on the other hand have a 20 step execution proccess which allows much higher clock speeds but they have fewer operations per clock. (2) Another difference between the processors are the sockets they use. AMD's generally use Socket A (462 pins) while Intel generally uses Socket 478 (478 pins).
BASIC DIFFERENCE BETWEEN INTEL AND AMD(3) Other differences include supported chip sets, AMD motherboards generally use SIS, VIA, or N force chip sets while Intel motherboards use Intel, SIS, and most recently ATI chip sets. (4) AMD is a favorite for over clockers because with minor modifications the FSB multiplier can be unlocked while Intel multipliers cannot be unlocked (Not to say that AMD is used exclusively by over clockers, because it is not, but this ability to be unlocked is a plus). Also as of now Intel processors have the largest L3 cache at 2mb while the largest for AMD is 1mb.