Intel unveils new W-2200 Xeon chips that could be added to future iMac Pro refresh

Today Intel took the wraps off its brand new W-2200 Xeon chip series. The new chip series is compatible with the iMac Pro, which could add the new chips as a refresh looms for Apple’s most powerful desktop. The W-2200 Xeon chips feature 18 AVC 512 enabled cores along with Turbo Boost Max 3.0, 48 PCIe lanes and AI acceleration with Intel Deep Learning Boost compatible with motion graphics, 3D rendering and visual effects. Among the benefits Intel touts of the new W-2200 series is 2x faster 3D architecture rendering, 97% faster 4K video editing and 2.1x faster video game compile times. As it connects to the iMac Pro, Apple currently uses Intel Xeon-W chips. However, this is a configuration from 2017 that still hasn’t been upgraded. That could possibley come later this year or early next year, though no word of a refresh has been relayed yet. Spherical Roller Bearing, Adapter Sleeve, Withdrawal Sleeve – MJE BEARING,https://www.mje-bearings.com/

European car sales: EV demand continues to rise as diesel shrinks

Europe’s new car market saw a return to growth in July, with new registrations rising 1.2% over the previous year. Figures released by analysts Jato Dynamics revealed that 1,325,600 models found homes in July, with the increase largely driven by the demand for electric and hybrid cars. Battery-electric, plug-in hybrid and other electrified vehicles totalled 96,600 units, an increase of 29% over July 2018, but it was pure electric cars that saw the biggest gains. Volume has increased 98% to 23,200 units, with Renault’s Zoe the top-selling model and Tesla the top-selling brand. “Even if they still makeup a comparatively marginal part of the overall market, electric vehicles are definitely becoming the industry’s bright spot during these challenging times,” JATO global analyst Felipe Munoz explained. The increased sales helped boost the fuel type’s overall market share from 5.8% to 7.4%. Sales of diesel models continue to fall as the fuel type falls out of favour with customers, holding 31% of the overall market – a 5% drop compared to 2018. July’s growth wasn’t enough to offset the market’s overall performance for 2019, which has seen a 2.5% drop in year-to-date sales compa...