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Intel has lifted the lid on new technologies for the edge and AI ahead of the Mobile World Congress conference including new Xeon D chips with integrated acceleration features and an updated OpenVINO toolkit for AI inferencing. The chipmaker said the world is moving towards software-defined network infrastructure, with …

  1. Down not across


    Well, its friday. Open a vino? Don't mind if I do. Cheers!

  2. Simon Rockman


    I suspect that these chips are around $10k, based on what other scalar Xeons cost, the move in OpenRAN is to cheap, small cells, with an aim for a $1k cell. I hope I'm wrong and the Intel device is on-trend but it's always very hard to get pricing info.

  3. Anonymous Coward

    Wake me when they hit production

    Don't get me wrong. I read through these roadmaps and future chip designs.

    But there's many a slip 'twixt the cup and the lip.

    I like to see it announced but like to see it implemented far more.

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