Monthly Archives: July 2014

WiGig Docking — The First Step to an “All-Wireless Everything”

Is your business prepared for the next wave of tech challenges brought on by the consumerization of IT? Consumer adoption rates for new technology have far outstripped the enterprise, which means your employees are already comfortable using new devices and … Read more >

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State Aid for “Vectoring” Broadband Investment in Rural Germany?

Intel wants broadband to be affordable and high quality, but determining which last-mile broadband technology is most cost-effective (that is, weighing the tradeoff between affordability and high quality) can be challenging. Two leading choices are fiber to the premises (FTTP) … Read more >

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Intel Files Support for Work Authorization for Spouses of H-1B Employees

By Peter Muller, director of Immigration Policy for Intel In May, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) proposed a change to immigration law that could significantly improve the lives of thousands of Intel employees and their families by providing employment … Read more >

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The Internet of Things: Work Smarter, Get to Market Quicker—Part 2 [Video]

Most engineers like to create things from scratch, but when you’re preparing to implement virtualization technology on platforms in a manufacturing setting, it’s helpful to begin the process with a leg up. Fortunately, developers looking to reduce costs and shorten … Read more >

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