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Intel's "binary translation" feature which converts native ARM code into native Intel x86 code doesn't work as well as it's touted, according to ARM senior technical marketing engineer Rod Watt.
At the National Association of Broadcasters show this year, Intel took the wraps off "Thunderbolt Networking" that will deliver two-way 10Gbps connectivity between two computers.
Intel last week took the wraps off its plan to launch a new system-on-a-chip, or SoC, designed as the successor to its Bay Trail on low-cost devices and budget PCs.