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Update: Can UltraBook Sales See Year-End Rally?

Published on July 31, 2012, in Market Share, SSD, Ultrabook.

Intel still think so… With PC sales declining in favor of Smartphones and Tablets, the PC industry was looking at UltraBook to save them. UltraBook are said to be extremely thin and as powerful as a standard desktop, initially introduced by Apple with the launch of the MacBook Air in 2008. Seeing how well Apple was doing with its MacBook

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Intel Next-Gen Haswell CPU to Compete Against ARM

Published on July 19, 2012, in OEM, SSD, Ultrabook.

Intel sees its market shrink with declining sales of Desktop and Notebook PCs and the growing popularity of Tablet. Intel will reportedly launch its next-gen Haswell CPUs as soon as this April 2013. Haswell, like the recently-launched Ivy Bridge, will use a 22nm manufacturing process, but promises major improvements in power consumption and integration, Intel claims it will have a 20X power-consumption improvement over today’s

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Apple is Going All Flash

Published on June 12, 2012, in Press Release, SSD.

Apple today announced in its WWDC 2012 a full refresh to its MacBook Notebook product line. Both the MacBook Air and the MacBook Pro will be running on the new Intel 3rd Generation Core a.k.a Ivy Bridge processors, with up to 2.0GHz dual-core i7 and turbo boosted up to 3.2GHz for MacBook Air and up

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NAND Flash Contract Price Continue to Fall 6-9% in 2H May, Q3 Might See Delayed Demand Pickup

Published on June 6, 2012, in NAND Prices.

According to TrendForce, NAND flash contract price decreased by 6-9% compared to the first half of May. In the short term, the NAND flash market and price may continue to show a down trend for the following reasons. Manufacturers’ quarter-end and mid-year effects deepen concerns of price decline: Flash foundries are increasing their inventory a head

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Intel Details 14 Dual-Core 3rd Gen Processors Ahead of Computex 2012

Published on June 1, 2012, in Press Release.

Intel announced its quad-core Ivy Bridge processors in April, and today Intel unveiled 14 new CPUs. Core i5 and Core i7 versions will be the first to ship, with Core i3 processors launching later this year along with new Pentiums and Celerons. Of the 14 dual-core processors, six are desktop-grade. The rest are mobile, though four are ultra-low voltage

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Intel Says More Than 110 Ultrabook Designs in The Pipeline

Published on June 1, 2012, in OEM.

In a blog post released today Intel revealed that the next wave of Ultrabook devices powered by 3rd generation Intel® Core™ processors (previously code named “Ivy Bridge”) will be officially introduced next week at Computex Taipei 2012. Intel says that these devices will raise the bar for what people expect from their computing experiences. The new Intel® Core™ processors will have lower

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In an Effort to Assist Struggling Ultrabook Sales Intel to Launch Inexpensive Processors in 3Q12

Published on May 19, 2012, in OEM, SSD.

Earlier today we have reported that PC vendors are coming up with Ultra Like Notebooks in order to meet the 600$ to 700$ ultrabook price range.  The vendors claimed that their inability to meet with the target price was Intel and Microsoft unwillingness to lower the prices of related hardware and software products. In an effort to assist the vendors Intel

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UFD Market Still Faces Challenges in 2Q12 Off-Peak Season

As a result of Chinese New Year sales that did not meet expectation, the decreased number of work days due to the holiday, and the off-peak season effect, the UFD market fell by 10% QoQ in 1Q. Although UFD brand makers adopted aggressive price strategies in 1Q, promotional sales were still not enough to overcome

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