Fast science and technology news on October 2ndAsustek and Intel announced a formal agreement to produce, sell and support the 10th to 13th generation system product lines of Intel NUC (new generation computing units), and to design and develop future NUC systems.
Asustek's newly established NUC division team is currently about 150 to 160 people, and will continue to expand in the future. Xu Youjia, senior vice president of Asustek worldwide and co-general manager of open platform business group and smart Internet of things business group, pointed out that Asustek NUC began to quote to customers in early September and is now receiving orders to arrange delivery.
Intel has previously confirmed that it will not continue to invest in the NUC business line, nor will it design or manufacture any NUC products.
Now Intel has licensed the NUC mini-computer business to Asustek. It is worth noting that the cooperation between the two parties is not an exclusive license, which means that there may be other manufacturers' cooperation in Intel's NUC license.
For consumers, they can still buy products with the name NUC in the future, and existing NUC users don't have to worry about losing after-sales.