Schlagwort: Intel

Intel’s Discrete Mobile Graphics Family Arrives

For deca­des, Intel has been a cham­pion for PC plat­form inno­va­ti­on. We have deli­ve­r­ed genera­ti­ons of CPUs that pro­vi­de the com­pu­ting hor­se­power for bil­li­ons of peop­le. We advan­ced con­nec­ti­vi­ty through fea­tures like USB, Thun­der­bolt™ and Wi-Fi. And in part­ners­hip with the PC eco­sys­tem, we deve­lo­ped the ground-brea­king PCI archi­tec­tu­re and the Intel® Evo™ plat­form, pushing the bounda­ry for what mobi­le pro­ducts can do. 

Intel is uni­que­ly posi­tio­ned to deli­ver PC plat­form inno­va­tions that meet the ever-incre­a­sing com­pu­ting deman­ds of pro­fes­sio­nals, con­su­mers, gamers and creators around the world. Now, we take the next big step. 

 

Today, we are offi­cial­ly laun­ching our Intel® Arc™ gra­phics fami­ly for lap­tops, com­ple­ting the Intel plat­form. The­se are the first dis­cre­te GPUs from our Intel Arc A‑Series gra­phics port­fo­lio for lap­tops, with our desk­top and work­sta­tion pro­ducts com­ing later this year. You can visit our News­room for our launch video, pro­duct details and tech­ni­cal demos, but I will sum­ma­ri­ze the high­lights of how our Intel Arc plat­form and A‑Series mobi­le GPU fami­ly will deli­ver hard­ware, soft­ware, ser­vices and – ulti­mate­ly – high-per­for­mance gra­phics expe­ri­en­ces. (…) Wei­ter­le­sen »

Intel Announces Initial Investment of Over €33 Billion for R&D and Manufacturing in EU

SANTA CLARA, Calif., March 15, 2022 – Intel today announ­ced the first pha­se of its plans to invest as much as 80 bil­li­on euros in the Euro­pean Uni­on over the next deca­de along the ent­i­re semi­con­duc­tor value chain – from rese­arch and deve­lo­p­ment (R&D) to manu­fac­tu­ring to sta­­te-of-the art pack­a­ging tech­no­lo­gies. Today’s announ­ce­ment inclu­des plans (…) Wei­ter­le­sen »

Intel to Acquire Tower Semiconductor for $5.4 Billion

Acqui­si­ti­on acce­le­ra­tes Intel’s glo­bal, end-to-end found­ry business.

NEWS HIGHLIGHTS

  • Tran­sac­tion crea­tes a glo­bal­ly diver­se end-to-end found­ry to help meet gro­wing semi­con­duc­tor demand and brings more value to cus­to­mers across the near­ly $100 bil­li­on address­able found­ry market. 
  • Acqui­si­ti­on acce­le­ra­tes Intel’s path to beco­m­ing a major pro­vi­der of found­ry ser­vices and capa­ci­ty glo­bal­ly, now offe­ring one of the industry’s broa­dest port­fo­li­os of dif­fe­ren­tia­ted technology. 
  • High­ly com­ple­men­ta­ry tran­sac­tion brings tog­e­ther Intel’s lea­ding-edge nodes and sca­le manu­fac­tu­ring with Tower Semiconductor’s spe­cial­ty tech­no­lo­gies and cus­to­mer-first approach to deli­ver lea­ding tech­no­lo­gy and manu­fac­tu­ring capa­bi­li­ties and enhan­ced value to cus­to­mers globally.
  • Tran­sac­tion is expec­ted to be immedia­te­ly accre­ti­ve to Intel’s non-GAAP EPS.
  • Intel and Tower Semi­con­duc­tor manage­ment will host a con­fe­rence call for inves­tors, media and indus­try ana­lysts at 5:30 a.m. PST today (3:30 p.m. Isra­el Stan­dard Time) to pro­vi­de fur­ther details on the transaction. 

SANTA CLARA, Calif., and MIGDAL HAEMEK, Isra­el, Feb. 15, 2022 – Intel Cor­po­ra­ti­on (Nasdaq: INTC) and Tower Semi­con­duc­tor (Nasdaq: TSEM), a lea­ding found­ry for ana­log semi­con­duc­tor solu­ti­ons, today announ­ced a defi­ni­ti­ve agree­ment under which Intel will acqui­re Tower for $53 per share in cash, repre­sen­ting a total enter­pri­se value of appro­xi­mate­ly $5.4 bil­li­on. The acqui­si­ti­on signi­fi­cant­ly advan­ces Intel’s IDM 2.0 stra­te­gy as the com­pa­ny fur­ther expands its manu­fac­tu­ring capa­ci­ty, glo­bal foot­print and tech­no­lo­gy port­fo­lio to address unpre­ce­den­ted indus­try demand. (…) Wei­ter­le­sen »

Intel Reports Fourth-Quarter and Full-Year 2021 Financial Results

Deli­vers Record Quar­ter­ly and Full-Year Revenue

News Sum­ma­ry

▪       Fourth-quar­ter GAAP reve­nue was $20.5 bil­li­on, excee­ding Octo­ber gui­d­ance by $1.3 bil­li­on and up 3 per­cent year-over-year (YoY). Fourth-quar­ter non-GAAP reve­nue was $19.5 bil­li­on, excee­ding Octo­ber gui­d­ance by $1.2 bil­li­on. Full-year GAAP reve­nue set an all-time Intel record of $79.0 bil­li­on, up 1 per­cent YoY.

▪       Deli­ve­r­ed GAAP fourth-quar­ter ear­nings per share (EPS) of $1.13, excee­ding Octo­ber gui­d­ance by 35 cents. Fourth-quar­ter non-GAAP EPS was $1.09, excee­ding Octo­ber gui­d­ance by 19 cents.

▪       In 2021, Intel gene­ra­ted $30.0 bil­li­on of cash from ope­ra­ti­ons and $11.3 bil­li­on of free cash flow (FCF).

▪       Fore­cas­ting first-quar­ter 2022 reve­nue of appro­xi­mate­ly $18.3 bil­li­on; expec­ting first-quar­ter EPS of $0.70 (non-GAAP EPS of $0.80).

▪       Announ­ces five per­cent incre­a­se to quar­ter­ly cash dividend.

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Janu­a­ry 26, 2022 — Intel Cor­po­ra­ti­on today repor­ted fourth-quar­ter and full-year 2021 finan­cial results. The com­pa­ny also announ­ced that its board of direc­tors appro­ved a cash divi­dend incre­a­se of five per­cent to $1.46 per share on an annu­al basis. The board decla­red a quar­ter­ly divi­dend of $0.365 per share on the company’s com­mon stock, which will be paya­ble on March 1 to share­hol­ders of record as of Febru­a­ry 7.

Q4 repre­sen­ted a gre­at finish to a gre­at year. We excee­ded top-line quar­ter­ly gui­d­ance by over $1 bil­li­on and deli­ve­r­ed the best quar­ter­ly and full-year reve­nue in the company’s histo­ry,” said Pat Gel­sin­ger, Intel CEO. “Our disci­pli­ned focus on exe­cu­ti­on across tech­no­lo­gy deve­lo­p­ment, manu­fac­tu­ring, and our tra­di­tio­nal and emer­ging busi­nes­ses is reflec­ted in our results. We remain com­mit­ted to dri­ving long-term, sus­tainab­le growth as we relent­less­ly exe­cu­te our IDM 2.0 stra­te­gy.” (…) Wei­ter­le­sen »

Reviewübersicht Intel Alder Lake: Core i9-12900K, i7-12700K und i5-12600K

Nach­dem Intel vor kur­zem bereits die neu­es­te Genera­ti­on von Pro­zes­so­ren mit dem Code­na­men Alder Lake offi­zi­ell vor­ge­stellt hat­te, ist heu­te das Embar­go für die Reviews gefal­len. Im Vor­feld gab es eini­ge Leaks zu Bench­marks und heu­te hat auch das ein oder ande­re Review einen Früh­start hin­ge­legt. Mit der Hybrid-Archi­tek­tur aus gro­ßen Per­for­mance- und klei­nen Effi­zi­enz­ker­nen star­tet Intel aus eige­ner Sicht ein neu­es Zeit­al­ter und unter­stützt sowohl den neu­en DDR5-Spei­cher­stan­dard, als auch — als ers­ter Desk­top-Pro­zes­sor — PCI-Express 5.0.  (…) Wei­ter­le­sen »

AMD und Xilinx zusammen mit höherem Börsenwert als Intel

Dass die aktu­el­le Bör­se ver­hal­te­ne Aus­bli­cke und Still­stand bei Kenn­zah­len wie Gewinn­zu­wachs oder Brut­to­mar­ge nicht beson­ders schätzt, erfuh­ren Intel-Aktio­nä­re nach den letz­ten Quar­tals­zah­len von Intel deut­lich. Dafür scheint sie die soge­nann­ten Wachs­tums­wer­te, die bei Umsatz und Gewinn zule­gen, momen­tan in extre­mer Art und Wei­se zu bewer­ten. Denn trotz deut­lich weni­ger Umsatz und Gewinn waren AMD und Xilinx zusam­men im heu­ti­gen Bör­sen­ver­lauf bereits mehr wert als Intel. (…) Wei­ter­le­sen »

AMD-Aktie schließt zwei Tage hintereinander auf neuem Allzeithoch

Nach dem bis­he­ri­gen Höchst­stand am 4. August, hat die Aktie von AMD in der ver­gan­ge­nen Woche hin­ter­ein­an­der zwei neue Höchst­stän­de beim Tages­schluss­kurs erreicht und am Frei­tag nach den Intel-Quar­tals­zah­len bei einem Stand von 119,82 US-Dol­lar den Bör­sen­tag beschlos­sen. (…) Wei­ter­le­sen »

Verhaltener Ausblick auf das Restjahr und geringere Margen lassen Intel-Aktie fallen

Am Don­ners­tag nach Bör­sen­schluss hat Intel die Zah­len des drit­ten Quar­tals ver­öf­fent­licht. Der Umsatz betrug 19,2 Mil­li­ar­den US-Dol­lar und lag damit 5 Pro­zent über dem Umsatz des ent­spre­chen­den Vor­jah­res­quar­tals. Der Net­to­ge­winn von 6,8 Mil­li­ar­den US-Dol­lar wur­de durch einen sehr nied­ri­gen Steu­er­satz (0,5%) und Ein­mal­ef­fek­te mit einer Son­der­di­vi­den­de im Zuge der Betei­li­gung an McA­fee (Ver­kauf der Unter­neh­mens­pro­duk­te an die Sym­pho­ny Tech­no­lo­gy Group) erzielt. Ein ver­hal­te­ner Aus­blick auf das rest­li­che Jahr, sowie gerin­ge­re Mar­gen, die im Zusam­men­hang mit höhe­ren Inves­ti­tio­nen in die Fabs ste­hen, kamen bei Inves­to­ren aller­dings nicht so gut an und führ­ten am Frei­tag zu einem Minus von 11,68 Pro­zent beim Bör­sen­kurs. (…) Wei­ter­le­sen »

Intel Reports Third-Quarter 2021 Financial Results

News Sum­ma­ry

▪       Third-quar­ter GAAP reve­nue of $19.2 bil­li­on, up 5% year over year (YoY), and non-GAAP reve­nue of $18.1 bil­li­on, up 5% YoY.  Achie­ved all-time record reve­nue in Intel’s Inter­net of Things Group (IOTG) and record third-quar­ter reve­nue in the Data Cen­ter Group (DCG) and Mobi­leye businesses. 

▪       Third-quar­ter GAAP ear­nings-per-share (EPS) was $1.67; non-GAAP EPS was $1.71, which excee­ded July gui­d­ance by $0.61. Excee­ded July gui­d­ance for EPS and gross margin.

▪      Rai­sing full-year 2021 EPS and gross mar­gin gui­d­ance. Now expec­ting GAAP EPS of $4.50 and non-GAAP EPS of $5.28 and GAAP gross mar­gin of 55% and non-GAAP gross mar­gin of 57%1.

▪       Intel CFO Geor­ge Davis announ­ced plans to reti­re in May 2022.

 

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Octo­ber 21, 2021 — Intel Cor­po­ra­ti­on today repor­ted third-quar­ter 2021 finan­cial results.

Q3 sho­ne an even grea­ter spot­light on the glo­bal demand for semi­con­duc­tors, whe­re Intel has the uni­que bre­adth and sca­le to lead. Our focus on exe­cu­ti­on con­ti­nued as we star­ted deli­vering on our IDM 2.0 com­mit­ments. We bro­ke ground on new fabs, shared our acce­le­ra­ted path to regain pro­cess per­for­mance lea­ders­hip, and unvei­led our most dra­ma­tic archi­tec­tu­ral inno­va­tions in a deca­de. We also announ­ced major cus­to­mer wins across every part of our busi­ness,” said Pat Gel­sin­ger, Intel CEO. “We are still in the ear­ly sta­ges of our jour­ney, but I see the enor­mous oppor­tu­ni­ty ahead, and I couldn’t be prou­der of the pro­gress we are making towards that opportunity.”

Q3 2021 Finan­cial Highlights

  GAAP   Non-GAAP
  Q3 2021 Q3 2020 vs. Q3 2020   Q3 2021 Q3 2020 vs. Q3 2020
Reve­nue ($B) $19.2 $18.3 up 5%   $18.1 $17.3 up 5%
Gross Mar­gin 56.0% 53.1% up 2.9 ppt   57.8% 56.5% up 1.3 ppt
R&D and MG&A ($B) $5.5 $4.7 up 16%   $5.3 $4.5 up 17%
Ope­ra­ting Margin 27.2% 27.6% down 0.4 ppt   28.8% 30.4% down 1.7 ppt
Tax Rate 0.5% 15.2% down 14.7 ppt   0.4% 15.4% down 15 ppt
Net Inco­me ($B) $6.8 $4.3 up 60%   $7.0 $4.5 up 54%
Ear­nings Per Share $1.67 $1.02 up 64%   $1.71 $1.08 up 59%

In the third quar­ter, the com­pa­ny gene­ra­ted $9.9 bil­li­on in cash from ope­ra­ti­ons and paid divi­dends of $1.4 billion.

(…) Wei­ter­le­sen »

Intels Pat Gelsinger attestiert AMD soliden Job – “aber das ist vorbei”

In einem Inter­view mit CRN im Vor­feld der anste­hen­den Markt­ein­füh­rung der neu­en CPU “Alder Lake” hat sich Intel-CEO Pat Gel­sin­ger auch über AMD geäu­ßert und dabei durch­aus loben­de Wor­te für den klei­nen Mit­be­wer­ber gefun­den; natür­lich nicht, ohne das gro­ße Aber gleich hin­ter­her zu schi­cken (…) Wei­ter­le­sen »

AMD-Aktie schließt drei Tage hintereinander auf Allzeithoch

Getrie­ben von den bes­ser als erwar­te­ten letz­ten Quar­tals­zah­len und einer erneut erhöh­ten Umsatz­pro­gno­se für das Gesamt­jahr 2021  sowie zahl­rei­chen posi­ti­ven Ana­lys­ten­be­wer­tun­gen hat die Aktie von AMD die Mar­ke von 100 US-Dol­lar durch­bro­chen und ist damit seit Mit­te Mai um gute 47 Pro­zent im Wert gestie­gen. (…) Wei­ter­le­sen »

Intel to Invest $3.5 Billion to Expand New Mexico Manufacturing Operations

What’s New:
Intel Cor­po­ra­ti­on will invest $3.5 bil­li­on to equip its New Mexi­co ope­ra­ti­ons for the manu­fac­tu­ring of advan­ced semi­con­duc­tor pack­a­ging tech­no­lo­gies, inclu­ding Fover­os, Intel’s bre­akthrough 3D pack­a­ging tech­no­lo­gy. The mul­ti­ye­ar invest­ment is expec­ted to crea­te at least 700 high-tech jobs and 1,000 con­struc­tion jobs and sup­port an addi­tio­nal 3,500 jobs in the sta­te. Plan­ning acti­vi­ties begin immedia­te­ly, with con­struc­tion expec­ted to start in late 2021.

A key dif­fe­ren­tia­tor for our IDM 2.0 stra­te­gy is our unques­tio­ned lea­ders­hip in advan­ced pack­a­ging, which allows us to mix and match com­pu­te tiles to deli­ver the best pro­ducts. We’re see­ing tre­men­dous inte­rest in the­se capa­bi­li­ties from the indus­try, espe­cial­ly fol­lowing the intro­duc­tion of our new Intel Found­ry Ser­vices. We’re proud to have inves­ted in New Mexi­co for more than 40 years and we see our Rio Ran­cho cam­pus con­ti­nuing to play a cri­ti­cal role in Intel’s glo­bal manu­fac­tu­ring net­work in our new era of IDM 2.0.”

Key­van Esfar­ja­ni, Intel seni­or vice pre­si­dent and gene­ral mana­ger of Manu­fac­tu­ring and Ope­ra­ti­on (…) Wei­ter­le­sen »

Quartalszahlen — Intels Umsatz der Data Center Group und Nettogewinn brechen ein

Im ers­ten Quar­tal 2021 hat Intel einen Umsatz von 19,7 Mil­li­ar­den US-Dol­lar erzielt und damit die eige­nen Erwar­tun­gen von 18,6 Mil­li­ar­den US-Dol­lar über­trof­fen. Zwar sank der Umsatz im Jah­res­ver­gleich mit — 1 Pro­zent nur leicht, dafür muss­te man beim Umsatz der Data Cen­ter Group einen Rück­gang von 20 Pro­zent und beim Net­to­ge­winn sogar ein Minus von 41 Pro­zent hin­neh­men. Die Umsatz­er­war­tun­gen für das gesam­te Jahr 2021 wur­den aller­dings von 72 auf 77 Mil­li­ar­den US-Dol­lar erhöht. (…) Wei­ter­le­sen »

Intel Reports First-Quarter 2021 Financial Results

News Sum­ma­ry

>First-quar­ter GAAP reve­nue of $19.7 bil­li­on, down 1 per­cent year over year (YoY), and non-GAAP reve­nue of $18.6 bil­li­on, flat YoY, which excee­ded Janu­a­ry gui­d­ance by $1.1 billion.

▪       First-quar­ter GAAP ear­nings-per-share (EPS) was $0.82; non-GAAP EPS was $1.39, which excee­ded Janu­a­ry gui­d­ance by $0.29.

▪       In Q1, Intel CEO Pat Gel­sin­ger unvei­led the company’s new, dif­fe­ren­tia­ted IDM 2.0 stra­te­gy for manu­fac­tu­ring, inno­va­ti­on and pro­duct leadership.

▪       Rai­sing full-year 2021 gui­d­ance. Now expec­ting GAAP reve­nue of $77.0 bil­li­on and non-GAAP reve­nue of $72.5 bil­li­on; GAAP EPS of $4.00 and non-GAAP EPS of $4.60.1

SANTA CLARA, Calif., April 22, 2021 — Intel Cor­po­ra­ti­on today repor­ted first-quar­ter 2021 finan­cial results.

Intel deli­ve­r­ed strong first-quar­ter results dri­ven by excep­tio­nal demand for our lea­ders­hip pro­ducts and out­stan­ding exe­cu­ti­on by our team. The respon­se to our new IDM 2.0 stra­te­gy has been extra­or­di­na­ry, our pro­duct road­map is gai­ning momen­tum, and we’re rapidly pro­gres­sing our plans with re-invi­go­ra­ted focus on inno­va­ti­on and exe­cu­ti­on,” said Pat Gel­sin­ger, Intel CEO. “This is a pivo­tal year for Intel. We are set­ting our stra­te­gic foun­da­ti­on and inves­ting to acce­le­ra­te our tra­jec­to­ry and capi­ta­li­ze on the explo­si­ve growth in semi­con­duc­tors that power our incre­a­singly digi­tal world.”
(…) Wei­ter­le­sen »

Intel Launches Its Most Advanced Performance Data Center Platform

Intel Showcases New 3rd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable – the Only Data Center Processors with Built-In AI; Delivering on Average 46% Increased Performance

NEWS HIGHLIGHTS

  • New 3rd Gen Intel® Xeon® Scala­b­le pro­ces­sors — com­bi­ned with Intel’s port­fo­lio of Intel® Opta­ne™ per­sis­tent memo­ry and sto­rage, Ether­net adap­ters, FPGAs and opti­mi­zed soft­ware solu­ti­ons — deli­ver per­for­mance and workload opti­miz­a­ti­ons across hybrid-cloud, high per­for­mance com­pu­ting (HPC), net­wor­king and intel­li­gent edge applications.
  • New 3rd Gen Intel Xeon Scala­b­le pro­ces­sors fea­ture a fle­xi­ble archi­tec­tu­re with inte­gra­ted arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence (AI) acce­le­ra­ti­on with Intel® DL Boost tech­no­lo­gy, plus advan­ced secu­ri­ty capa­bi­li­ties to pro­tect data and app­li­ca­ti­on code with Intel® Soft­ware Guard Exten­si­on (Intel® SGX) and Intel® Cryp­to Acceleration.
  • New 3rd Gen Intel Xeon Scala­b­le pro­ces­sors are rapidly ram­ping, having ship­ped more than 200,000 units for reve­nue in the first quar­ter of 2021 with broad indus­try adop­ti­on across all mar­ket seg­ments, inclu­ding the world’s top cloud ser­vice pro­vi­ders set to deploy ser­vices; more than 250 design wins wit­hin 50 uni­que OxM part­ners; more than 15 major telecom equip­ment manu­fac­tu­rers and com­mu­ni­ca­ti­ons ser­vice pro­vi­ders rea­dy­ing POCs and net­wor­king deploy­ments; and over 20 HPC labs and HPC-as-a-ser­vice envi­ron­ments lever­aging our latest Xeon Scala­b­le processors.

SANTA CLARA, Calif., April 6, 2021 – Intel today laun­ched its most advan­ced, hig­hest per­for­mance data cen­ter plat­form opti­mi­zed to power the industry’s broa­dest ran­ge of workloads — from the cloud to the net­work to the intel­li­gent edge. New 3rd Gen Intel Xeon Scala­b­le pro­ces­sors (code-named “Ice Lake”) are the foun­da­ti­on of Intel’s data cen­ter plat­form, enab­ling cus­to­mers to capi­ta­li­ze on some of the most signi­fi­cant busi­ness oppor­tu­nities today by lever­aging the power of AI. (…) Wei­ter­le­sen »