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Intel Woos Tech Firms With Processors Powered By Artificial Intelligence



Processors Powered By Artificial Intelligence

By Cami Ezenwa

Processors powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI) may soon become the norm with Information Communication Technology (ICT) firms,  rather than the exception.

And it’s all kudos to Intel, the tech giant powering the initiative.


In line with its pioneering role in the industry, it is set to hit town with Artificial Intelligence-powered personal computers (PCs).

With AI acceleration built into every Intel Core ultra processor, the computer company is providing its products’ and services ‘ users, access to a variety of experiences.

These include enhanced collaboration, productivity, and creativity – with an AI acceleration built into every processor, checks by The Eagle has shown.


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“Our new 3D performance hybrid architecture, built into every Intel® Core™ Ultra processor, integrates CPU, GPU, and NPU into a single package.

“So now, you can enjoy exciting new AI capabilities – like real-time language translation, automation inferencing, and enhanced gaming environments”, the company states


What Is More?

There is also, more than 300 AI-accelerated ISV features”, the company says, promising; “you can be confident your favorite AI-accelerated software runs best on Intel.

“The AI PC Acceleration Program aims to connect independent hardware vendors (IHVs) and independent software vendors (ISVs) with Intel resources including artificial intelligence (AI) toolchains, training, co-engineering, software optimization, hardware, design resources, technical expertise, co-marketing, and sales opportunities. Reach out today to learn more!”.


The initiative puts on the table, 100 plus AI ISV partners for AI PC Optimization, AI-accelerated ISV features throughout 2024, and 100m Processors with AI accelerators through 2025.

With these processors powered by Artificial Intelligence, Intel would have succeeded in pushing the ICT world to the next frontier.

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