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Intel gives ASUS a license to carry on Intel NUC systems

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After news recently from ServeTheHome that Intel planned to stop doing their Intel NUC systems directly, they've now announced they've agreed to let ASUS carry it on.

In an official press release Intel stated ASUS now has a non-exclusive license to the Intel NUC product line designs, so they will now be manufacturing the 10th to 13th generation NUC systems. ASUS will also develop future designs and ASUS will establish a new unit called ASUS NUC BU to deal with it.

"Intel is pivoting its strategy to enable ecosystem partners to continue NUC systems product line innovation and growth. ASUS’s expertise and track record delivering industry-leading mini PCs to customers make it ideally suited to continue driving innovation and growth in NUC systems products." - Intel.

Pictured - Intel NUC 13 Pro

It will be interesting to see what ASUS do with it, hopefully they won't suddenly inflate the pricing on it. With it being a non-exclusive license though, perhaps Intel are gearing up to announce more hardware vendors and we might see a little explosion in these tiny but powerful systems again?

Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
Tags: Hardware, Intel, Misc
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damarrin Jul 19, 2023
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They could not have chosen a better partner.
kneekoo Jul 21, 2023
ASUS support has been terrible in recent years, as I've experienced personally, and seen among youtubers (JayzTwoCents, and others). Just this year I had to return one of their motherboards because it didn't do what it was supposed to do, plus other stuff. I contacted them twice, both tickets got closed without any assistance whatsoever. Intel should've chosen someone who does business better than ASUS. But who knows what that license requires. At least it's non-exclusive.
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