The final specification of DDR4 DRAM, which will help PCs run faster through more power-efficient data transfers, was published today.
Stories by Agam Shah, IDG News Service, New York
The race to manufacture the most power-efficient and fastest chips is gaining momentum, with contract chip manufacturer GlobalFoundries today announcing technology advances that analysts said could allow the company to catch up with Intel's chip-making capabilities by 2014.
Intel veteran Sean Maloney, considered the heir apparent to succeed Paul Otellini as the company's CEO, has decided to retire after 30 years with the chip maker.
Intel hopes security features from McAfee will help the company differentiate its mobile chips from its rivals', according to Intel's software chief Renee James.