Intel's 12-inch fab in Dalian has been put into operaton for the manufacture of non-volatile random-access memory (NVRAM) chips, according to a ChinaNews website report.
Intel has invested a total of US$5.5 billion to convert the Dalian fab for memory chip production, the report indicated.
Intel in 2007 broke ground for construction of the Dalian fab, the vendor's first 12-inch fab in Asia, which went operational in 2010 producing 65nm products. The fab was designed to originally focus on the supply of chipsets for PCs and notebooks.
President Obama today issued a key directive formalizing just how federal agencies operate, coordinate, and respond to major cyberattacks and cyber incidents considered a danger to national security, the government, the economy, and critical infrastructure.
Microsoft is consolidating its multi-factor authentication apps, offering both consumers and business users a unified, password-enhancing experience.
Verizon's planned $4.8 billion acquisition of Yahoo is likely to create an international consumer tracking powerhouse, and that's raising serious privacy concerns.
Combined with other recent acquisitions, the Yahoo deal will allow Verizon to track consumers not only on the web, but also at their physical locations, said Jeffrey Chester, executive director of the Center for Digital Democracy, a privacy advocacy group.
Telemarketers, scammers, and political surveyors have one thing in common: They can all ruin your day with a barrage of unsolicited phone spam. If the Do Not Call List isn’t doing its job for you, or your phone just won’t shut up, your best bet is to start blockin’. There are plenty of apps that let you fine tune the call screening process, but all you really need is already baked into your phone.