The global PC market is continuously shrinking, and that’s what recent reports and analysts tell us. So it may not come as a surprise when many tech giants shift their focus on other business areas.
As a leading chip maker, Intel is now pushing hard to make a place in the mobile technology scenario. Intel’s Developer Forum (IDF) will kick start this September 10th, and during the event, Intel will reportedly focus on its future plans in the mobile device space as well as its microservers and Atom.
Recently, the company had hinted that it will be launching the next-generation Atom platform specially intended for microservers.
CEO at Intel, Brian Krzanich, and his team are looking to introduce a line of new products, including Core processors based on Haswell design and Atom SoCs that are based on the new Silvermont microarchitecture.
This technology will enhance the performance and energy efficiency of chip. The chipmaker also has plans to bring wearable technology.
According to the IDF website, CEO Krzanich and President Renee James will be the keynote speakers on the first day of IDF and will discuss about the possibilities of mobile computing leadership.
There will be also talk about the company’s future plans to enhance the support for performance in mobile devices.
We hope Intel’s new efforts in the mobile technology will please its current hardware and software developers, and will also bring many new ones to the Intel Architecture.