For the past 50 years, we’ve transformed everything from things to bits, from analog to digital – including books, movies, mail, relationships, reputations. We’ve also been generating data at an astounding rate – lots of it – with our smartphones … Read more >
Monthly Archives: October 2013
By Phil Wennblom, Director of Standards Policy and Greg Slater, Director of Global Trade Policy By enabling products and technologies from different companies to interoperate, or work together, standards are fundamental to advancing innovation. Standards simplify product development, facilitate … Read more >
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Communications networks are changing at an unprecedented clip. Proprietary systems within the network designed with a single capability are starting to give way to those constructed on compute platforms built on open standards, thus allowing for interoperable products and the … Read more >
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A cadre of Intel executives has the good fortune to be in the beautiful city of Barcelona this week for the inaugural Internet of Things World Forum hosted by Cisco! The momentum of the Internet of Things (IoT) across the … Read more >
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It’s not every day that you hear about a software project on public media, but NPR and other public outlets are covering the troubled rollout of the Healthcare.gov website nearly hourly. As a software professional, the problems I was hearing … Read more >
Beginning this month, experts from the Android developer community will gather in cities around the world for a series of Intel-hosted Android Codefests. Developers will have an opportunity to meet fellow developers in San Francisco, Sao Paulo, Beijing and seven … Read more >
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This time last year, there was an incredible amount of excitement and anticipation in the tech world for a new wave of devices, thanks to Intel’s 3rd gen Core Ultrabooks, new Intel® Atom™ tablets and Microsoft’s new Windows 8 … Read more >
The “Internet of Everything” is exploding all around us, and Wi-Fi is the essential link that connects it together. HD movies and videos, gigbyte photo and music collections, extreme games… digital content keeps getting bigger and better. And consumers are … Read more >
Meet the new 802.11ac Wi-Fi. It’s a gamechanger for Wi-Fi connectivity with up to 6x faster speeds and 3x more capacity than 802.11bgn. See how next-gen 802.11ac Wi-Fi impacts consumer experiences with the new 90-second animation. It shows how 802.11ac … Read more >
In any country, the electric grid is something that affects all of us, so it’s especially exciting to be able to report on Internet of Things (IoT) advances in this area. During Intel’s IoT press event we announced that Westfalen … Read more >
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Mobile devices are our constant companions helping us plan, navigate, communicate, capture, publish and more…and sometimes all at once. People are continuously pushing the boundaries of usage models on their mobile devices with more advanced apps, more windows, high-res photography, … Read more >
There now exists an opportunity for business transformation previously unseen in the embedded marketplace. Intel recently made some significant announcements and communicated our vision for the Internet of Things (IoT) with solutions to help accelerate development and deployment of intelligent … Read more >
There has been so much talk about APIs and how they add additional revenue channels, create brand new partnerships, allow business partners to integrate with ease, and how they help with promoting your brand. But an important and underlooked aspect, … Read more >
Why should you think of API management as a platform? Because it’s becoming one of the most prodigious and important aspects of how Enterprises of all sizes participate in the digital economy. Keeping in line with the standard platform technology … Read more >
I was honored to share the stage last night with Walter Isaacson, Tom Friedman and Aneesh Chopra. The occasion was the Aspen Institute’s event “Harnessing the Power of Open Data to Fuel American Innovation”, which was part of Intel and Aspen’s ongoing Innovation Economy conversation. Intel has been working with the Aspen Institute for the […] Read more
Intel has recently been gaining some chops in API Management. We acquired Mashery and Aepona this year. Mashery you will (or should) know but Aepona, you may not have heard of. They’re likely behind many of the telco or utility services … Read more >
The post API Management; doing APIs now or doing them right? appeared first on Application Security.
By Audrey Plonk, global security and Internet policy specialist at Intel Despite turmoil in Washington and a reduced US Government presence, the global cyber community will convene in Seoul, South Korea tomorrow at the third annual international conference on cyberspace issues. The South Korean government has run an impressive process that has included six preparatory […] Read more
Yesterday at Comic Con* in New York City two popular professional StarCraft II* gamers went one-on-one in the world’s first professional gaming match played entirely on systems with CPU graphics — using notebooks with the latest quad core 4th Gen … Read more >
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What do Dr. Henry McCoy and large Enterprises have in common? They can both be brilliant at what they do and be a veritable beast to manage. Enterprise complexity and legacy debt can hamstring an organization trying to move to … Read more >
October 11 marks the second annual International Day of the Girl, a United Nations designated holiday to recognize girls’ and women’s rights around the world. In celebration of this year’s theme, “Innovating for Girls’ Education,” Intel recently announced She Will Connect, a digital literacy program aimed at reaching 5 million women in Africa, where the gender […] Read more