Intel Corp. on Thursday announced that computer chips that are designed to catch flaws will be revealed soon and will be available for delivery in the second half of 2018.
Brian Krzanich, the chief executive stated that the newly developed chips would protect against the flaws of hardware such as Spectre and Meltdown which can probably give open access to millions of computers to hackers.
He also declared that 8th generation Intel Core processors dedicated to consumer devices and Intel Xeon Scalable processors for data centers and cloud operations will be accessible for the customers in the 2018 second half.
“People expectations are critical in terms of the belief and trust that the company delivers the new products in the market with loads of improvement and enhanced performance. Our motive is to deliver high-class secure performance and not limiting to best performance,” said Krzanich.
The computing industry was rumpled after the reveal of Spectre and Meltdown, resulting in the quick actions against Intel’s through a congressional inquiry regarding matter handling and lawsuits filling.
Though Intel as an ultimate action issued patches for a majority of the devices, security specialist affirmed that the glitches were more intricate to handle as they are engaged with hardware than software.
The CEO also said that the company has rolled out various software updates for every product that has been introduced in last 5 Years for protection against the flaws. “As the updates are readily available, I push everyone to keep their systems up-to-date,” he added.
The security experts stated that they came across the flaws in chips that were manufactured by Advanced Micro Devices, who is Intel’s rival which could effortlessly breach the networks and computers. The chips released to identify the vulnerabilities by Intel will help to enhance the efficiency of the computers with a superior security facility.