Source: Taiwantrade | Updated: 15 January 2013
The super-fast memory array architecture will be used in future ultra-mobile devices such as ultrabook lightweight computers, tablet computers and smartphones, as well as large data centers using cloud computing technology.
"Taiwan has long been at the forefront of technology innovation and we look forward to continued research collaboration that sustains Taiwan's status as a major center of innovation for the global IT industry," Intel Chief Technology Officer Justin Rattner said at a news conference in Taipei.
Additionally, the Intel-NTU Connected Context Computing Center, a joint center established in 2011 by Intel Labs, National Taiwan University and the National Science Council for machine-to-machine computing research, has made great progress, Rattner said.
The center is working on research areas such as intelligent agriculture, remote healthcare management, in-home energy saving and intelligent transportation for greater safety, he said.