The latest on Intel stock (all times local):10:50: Intel shares hit a new high of $13.17 per share on Thursday, as the chipmaker’s chips and its Xeon processor have seen significant gains.
Intel has also seen a significant increase in the share price of its core technology.
The chipmaker has now increased its market capitalization by about $1.5 billion, or about 30% since the end of 2016.10:30: Intel’s chip sales have been boosted by a $2.3 billion upgrade to its next-generation Xeon processor.
This upgrade includes an 8-core CPU, up from 6-core and a 2-core.
Intel’s Xeon processor is the first Intel processor that’s designed specifically for the cloud and is expected to take off in 2017.
The processor has been engineered to scale from a single server to multiple servers, and is capable of running multiple applications at once.
It has been designed for a wide range of workloads, such as real-time analytics, data center workloads and industrial workloads.
The chip has also been designed to run Intel’s Xeon Phi chip, which is designed to be used in the enterprise, and for enterprise-class applications, such the gaming and web.
Intel said it would spend $2 billion to upgrade the next-gen Xeon chip with 8 cores and 8GB of RAM.
Intel said it will invest more than $1 billion to create a new manufacturing facility in Taiwan that will bring its chip manufacturing capacity to around 100 million chips.
The company said the factory will be able to churn out 40 million chips per year by 2020.
The company is also looking to increase its manufacturing capacity in Asia.
In 2018, Intel plans to double the capacity of its production facilities in India, and Intel will also expand its manufacturing facilities in China and Taiwan.
Intel stock is trading at about $12.10 per share.