Dallas, Texas 01/09/2014 (FINANCIALSTRENDS) – Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC), the US-based integrated technology products and components maker has once again defined the next generation of CPU technology, as it launched its much awaited RealSense, technology, which is so advanced that it will allow PCs and Tabs to sense in “3D Depth and 2D camera module.” Devices with RealSense will now be able to capture gestures, which the company describes as ‘highly accurate,’ besides facial feature recognition married with emotion reading, plus differentiating background from foreground. It will also include scanning technology for 3D image capture.
New Age PCs Tabs with RealSense
Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) RealSense will now be seen on a wide-range of product makers’ portfolio- Lenovo, Dell, HP- who have all been waiting for Intel to bring out the hardware components and integration – so that their new range of PCs as well as Tabs can now run on gesture and sensory recognition.
Intel Corpoation (NASDAQ:INTC) acquisition of Omek interactive, the technology developer and gesture recognition company last year, led to the anticipation of sensory-recognition availability in first quarter of 2014. The company’s main goal, beyond PC and Tablet makers, is to see an increase in demand for its powerful CPUs by new generation of power and feature hungry multimedia applications.
Intel’s Financial Position
Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) is one of the first and world’s largest semiconductor chip maker. Intel has set the industry standards for decades now, with its seminal research and development structure. It now appears to tread the same path to capture 3D sphere technology component segment. With 126.41 billion market cap and trade volumes of 29,915,997, dividend rate of 0.90 and yield point of 3.50 Intel has all the fundamentals in place to expand into 3D component development and production. The EPS for Intel is 1.86 with PE of 13.80. Trading at 52-week high of $26.04 as well as 52-week low of $ 20.10 the current trading price is $25.43 per share, a slide downwards by 0.59% over previous closing.