Central processing units (CPUs) and graphics processing units (GPUs) are fundamental computing engines. But as computing demands evolve, it is not always clear what the differences are between CPUs and GPUs and which workloads are best to suited to each.
Rapid growth in the number of connected devices, streaming entertainment, and other high-bandwidth activities is placing staggering performance demands on today's Wi-Fi. Intel's leadership in Wi-Fi innovation continues, bringing higher levels of performance to PCs and home wireless networks to meet the world's growing connectivity needs.
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