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The Smart & Connected to the Cloud World: 2016 and Beyond


Not since the transition from analog to digital has there been the potential for transformation of this magnitude: Networks are evolving faster than ever to accommodate the intense bandwidth demands created by the ever-growing number of always-on, connected devices to access, analyze and share data in real time. In 2016, Intel has been working with policymakers, the industry and industrial leaders to focus on four areas that will help spur innovation and enable more rapid transformation, leading to greater and new opportunities for industrie... Read More »

Welcoming a New Leader for Intel’s IoT Business and Elevating Our Automated Driving Efforts


By Murthy Renduchintala There’s a sea change in technology happening all around us, defining what it means to live in a smart and connected world. We know it as the Internet of “Things” (IoT) – a massive surge of more than 50 billion devices expected to come online over the next few years. IoT is nothing short of a revolution,  requiring a new generation of technology and 5G connectivity that can serve a far broader set and multitude of devices, process volumes of data, and satisfy our ever-growing human need for connectedness. Just as... Read More »

Intel Extreme Masters in Oakland


Intel Extreme Masters is the oldest, longest running esports circuit in the world and the premiere industry event. For the third time in the Bay Area, on Nov. 19-20, 2016, IEM featured the best League of Legends and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive teams from around the world competing for the IEM Oakland championship. Additional activities included the first virtual reality livestream of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and League of Legends featuring augmented live stats; a 5v5 League of Legendsshowmatch with pro players and college pla... Read More »

Intel, Disney Light Up the Sky Over Walt Disney World Resort with New ‘Starbright Holidays’ Drone Show


“Starbright Holidays – An Intel Collaboration” marks the first time a show-drone performance of this scale has ever been performed in the United States. It will feature 300 Intel Shooting Star drones in a choreographed aerial performance set to holiday-themed music. The show also marks the U.S. public debut of the Intel Shooting Star drone – a new type of unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) specifically designed for entertainment purposes such as festivals, air and light shows. “We are excited to work with Walt Disney Imagineering to bring a fresh... Read More »

CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Designers Embrace Tech Effect on Fashion


Fashion is famous for its incredible transformations, making it one of the most exciting industries in the world. Every year, every season and, with the rise of social media, even every day, fashion reinvents itself, reflecting new trends and tastes, as well as drawing influence from the past. The fashion world is now facing one of its most important transformations: the convergence of fashion and technology that will fundamentally change the way we experience what we put on our bodies. » View the ‘Unleashing Creativity in Fashion’ press ... Read More »

Intel to Acquire VR Startup VOKE for Immersive Sports


Virtual reality (VR), or what Intel CEO Brian Krzanich has stated as “merged” reality, is an important building block for delivering a truly immersive sports experience, one that uses computing power to deliver virtual-world experiences more dynamically and naturally than ever before. Imagine being able to witness a slam dunk from the defender’s perspective or the defensive rush from the quarterback’s perspective. This kind of experience may sound futuristic, but it’s closer than you think. To accelerate our efforts, we’re proud to announce ... Read More »

Intel and Drone Technology – Breaking New Ground


By Anil Nanduri The last month has been a whirlwind of drone activity. In October, we announced our first Intel-branded commercial multirotor drone for the North American markets – the Intel® Falcon 8+ System* with complete flight system redundancies built in. Just this week, we announced that we are expanding our capabilities in the drone sector through our acquisition of MAVinci GmbH – a private fixed-wing company with best-in-class flight planning software. But we aren’t stopping there. Today, my team and I are thrilled to announce our... Read More »

Intel’s Diane Bryant Speaks at Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit


Today, Bryant participated in a panel discussion on Breakthroughs in Science and Wellness where she discussed how the healthcare industry is in desperate need for transformation. On Wednesday, Bryant will be interviewed on the main stage by Fortune’s Pattie Sellers, the executive director of the summit. Among the topics Bryant is expected to discuss are her background in engineering and career at Intel, women in engineering and what lies ahead for Intel’s data center business. ... Read More »

Intel Celebrates National Coming Out Day 2016


“I’m proud to be part of a company that places a high value on individual contribution. A place where LGBTQ employees know they can be themselves and provide value and encouragement to those coming up the success path behind us.” At 9 a.m. PT today, Crair will host an internal forum with Gilbert Baker, the creator of the Rainbow Flag. The flag is a powerful symbol of the LGBTQ movement, and this conversation will be an informative session where Intel employees can discuss their experiences with their fellow employees and look back on key miles... Read More »

Intel: A Manufacturing Company at Heart


Smith, who starts this month as Intel’s leader of global sales, manufacturing and operations, writes in Intel Celebrates National Manufacturing Day: “At our core, Intel is a company that invents and manufactures products that change the world for the better.  And Intel is unique in the American technology industry.   We are a global company and the majority of our revenue derives from markets outside of the United States.  But the majority of our advanced manufacturing and R&D is here, inside the United States.” Patty Kummrow, a vice p... Read More »

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