Intel announced that it will spend $3.5 billion on its facilities in Rio Rancho, New Mexico.
AMD reported record quarterly results yet again, with a 96% year over year revenue and its data center revenue jumped 286%.
Arm revealed more details of its impressive Neoverse V1 and N2 platforms, along with a new coherent mesh that enables scalable processor designs.
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger has announced that he is resigning from VMware's Board of Directors, effective immediately.
Here's the Ryzen 5000 release date, benchmarks, specifications, pricing, and all we know about AMD's Zen 3 architecture.
We put the AMD Ryzen 9 5900X up against the Core i9-11900K in a six-round battle to determine which chip deserves your hard-earned dollars.
AMD recently broke the Cinbench world record with its EPYC Milan 7763 flagship, so we decided to see how Intel's 10nm Ice Lake Xeons stack up.
AMD announced that it's Ryzen 5000 G-Series APUs will come to the OEM market first, but the DIY market will follow.
Nvidia whipped the covers off its Grace CPU architecture, and Arm-based chip that comes armed with Neoverse cores.
We benchmark Intel's 40-core 10nm Ice Lake Xeon Platinum 8380 to measure generational performance improvements.
Intel announced that it has solved its 7nm production issues and that Meteor Lake and Granite Rapids chips will come to market in 2023.
Intel adds a fourth boosting mechanism to its chips, but it's eerily similar to AMD's existing approach.
Micron announced that it is exiting the 3D XPoint business entirely, with plans to sell its fab by the end of 2021 and cease all 3D XPoint product development.
AMD whipped the covers off its EPYC 7003 series Milan processors, which bring the potent Zen 3 architecture to the data center for the first time.
AMD CEO Dr. Lisa Su will whip the covers off the company's AMD EPYC Milan processors during a live stream that you can watch here.
AMD announced that it is issuing a fix for the widely-reported USB connectivity issues with Ryzen processors.
Supermicro's 1023US-TR4 platform serves up powerful performance in a slim package, with up to 128 cores packed into a slim 1U footprint.
AMD announced that it will unveil its hotly-anticipated EPYC Milan processors in a live stream on March 15, 2021, at 8am PT.