I work in recruitment marketing and every so often I get to drop in on new employee orientation sessions. It’s always fun to talk to new employees during their first week at Intel. Being that I’m in Arizona, topics that … Read more >
Monthly Archives: October 2016
Let us continue to use the hypothetical case study from last article. “I just returned from Houston and my friend got a message on her cell phone that the power was out at their house, but that it would … Read more >
The post Utility Transformation: Distributed Energy — Supply from the Edge of the Grid appeared first on Grid Insights by Intel.
A note from Bev Crair, Vice President, Software & Services Group and General Manager Strategic Software Programs Initiatives. As Intel celebrates National Coming Out Day on Tuesday, October 11, I’m reminded of my Intel recruiting experience in 2010 – which … Read more >
By Stacy Smith, executive vice president and CFO at Intel Today, Intel is proud to join the Department of Commerce in celebrating National Manufacturing Day. Manufacturing is a core part of the U.S. economy and the heart of what we … Read more >
“Inclusive trade” was the theme of last week’s annual WTO Public Forum in Geneva. The recently expanded Information Technology Agreement (ITA) represents a good example of an inclusive trade deal given the wide set of beneficiaries involved. The discussion served … Read more >
The post The Value of an Expanded Information Technology Agreement appeared first on Policy@Intel.
As took I the stage at the Smart Cities Week 2016 conference in Washington, D.C., this week, it was clear that the topic of microgrids was of huge interest to Smart Cities attendees. I shared the stage with Heather Rosentrater, … Read more >
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