30 January 2020, 12:11
These are the KX-6000 series CPUs, said to perform on a par with Intel 7th gen Core i5s.
16 December 2019, 10:11
KX-7000 series with DDR5 and PCIe 4.0 for client computing, KH-40000 for servers.
19 November 2019, 11:11
SoC design boasts AVX512 support plus an integrated 20TOPS AI coprocessor.
2 January 2018, 15:12
Partnership aims for products competitive with AMD Ryzen 2 processors by 2019.
8 July 2014, 12:45
The sequel to the 2008 version of this chip looks set to beat Bay Trail and Kabini in synthetics.
18 January 2013, 11:15
There will be two new VIA APC variations named Rock and Paper.
5 June 2012, 15:00
Richard Brown talks us through the Raspberry Pi competitor.
8 January 2011, 18:20
Super-thin zero clients connected over an optical USB cable make for a difference take on the speedy interface.
23 March 2010, 12:34
Pairs with a Nano 3000-series CPU to offer an alternative to the popular Intel Atom + Broadcom Crystal HD combination.
11 January 2010, 01:12
Stewart from Via talks us through the range of Via Nano powered devices showing at CES 2010
15 December 2009, 09:37
Taiwanese chip firm VIA boasts that its new VN1000 chipset efficiently does Blu-ray and DirectX 10.1, too.
3 November 2009, 12:06
VIA's fastest and most power efficient processors yet, says Taiwanese manufacturer.
22 September 2009, 11:40
Mini-ITX board combines a VIA Nano processor, a VX800 media system processor and an S3 Graphics 435 ULP GPU.
17 September 2009, 11:23
Ultra-portables get another name, but NetNote's do promise 1080p-capable performance.
11 June 2009, 10:23
VIA's Tim Brown talks to Scott about Nano based products and why this is the future.
16 March 2009, 12:22
NVIDIA's ION may be bringing 1080p HD playback to Intel's Atom, but VIA has HD plans of its own.
20 February 2009, 13:27
A VIA Nano processor coupled with NVIDIA's GeForce 9400M could make for a viable alternative to Intel's Atom.
18 December 2008, 10:55
Intel's Atom is hogging the netbook/nettop limelight, but VIA continues to chip away and now presents its complete Trinity platform.
28 October 2008, 12:46
Global Mobility Bazaar sees VIA partner with Microsoft and a bunch of Chinese manufacturers to drive netbook adoption.
12 August 2008, 11:56
As the third-party chipset market continues to wane, VIA confirms its intention to call it quits and focus solely on its own platforms.
4 August 2008, 15:04
Intel's Atom processor may be hogging the limelight, but VIA states that its Nano is the only choice for efficient performance without compromise.
25 July 2008, 13:28
At the Ottawa Linux Symposium today, VIA Technologies appointed recognised free-software developer Harald Welte as its open source liaison.
29 May 2008, 10:53
VIA's Nano processor family, previously known as Isaiah, takes the fight to Intel's Atom.
27 May 2008, 18:17
VIA Technologies today unveiled its OpenBook reference design, could it be a serious contender to the low-cost portable market?
15 May 2008, 10:24
VIA has taken its PX10000G Pico-ITX board, removed the fan, dropped the CPU down in speed, and announced the PX5000EG.
2 April 2008, 11:08
VIA's all-in-one IGP chipsets offer video, graphics and connectivity performance in a single chip measuring a minuscule 33x33mm.
24 January 2008, 17:23
Next-generation Isaiah processor architecture aims to trump Intel Silverthorne chip in ultra-mobile devices.
24 January 2008, 11:36
Though Intel and AMD won't quite be shaking in their boots just yet, VIA's new line of 64-bit Isaiah processors could be ideal for small portable devices.
10 January 2008, 15:59
We spotted yet another seemingly weird UMPC that Via proudly handed us for a fiddle, and no, I didn’t break it… well, not quite.
28 December 2007, 10:37
With the current set of SLI/CrossFire systems, we are probably seeing the biggest power draw in history. As more and more focus is given to green issues, we speak with ...
1 September 2007, 09:08
Packard Bell has taken VIA's NanoBook design on board and created a sub-1kg laptop with an attractive price-tag to match.
26 July 2007, 08:32
Small/perfectly formed might conjure up thoughts of a Lotus Elan or Penelope Cruz, but can VIA really claim the same for UMD/Ultra Mobile PCs? Nick fills his palms with VIA's ...
23 July 2007, 09:48
VP Richard Brown explains how VIA will deliver 'Digital Brilliance' everywhere - in smaller, lighter (cuter?) packaging than ever before...