We’ve considered the impact of the fourth industrial revolution on changing business models and stiffening competition across all industries. Today we’ll look at how re-shaping your measures of success will be crucial to maintaining a competitive edge in the world of digital fusion. As the population of millennials becomes more influential and the middle class …continue reading The Digitally Driven Triple Bottom Line: Part One – Economic Innovation
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As part of the CERN openlab summer school I am participating in the Intel Modern Code Developer Challenge. The scope of this challenge is to write a couple of technical posts… Read more
I’m Lamija Tupo, a student from Sarajevo, and I’m a CERN summer student as part of CERN Openlab. I’m working on ‘Edge Computing: Integrating IoT Devices into the LHC Control Systems’ project using… Read more
Innovation with design thinking demands critical thinking because we must understand our assumptions that frame our ideas and shape our design. As our world becomes more and more digital, it’s not the first click that counts – it’s what happens after that first click. We design five steps ahead in the user experience, not one. …continue reading Innovation With Design Thinking Demands Critical Thinking
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As the director of public sector and agriculture for the Intel Internet of Things Group, I focus on technologies, ecosystems and partnerships that need technologies that solve problems in a range of areas. We believe the technologies that we focus … Read more >
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Intel’s Newest Atom-based Data Center Platform Driving Intelligence and Transformation to The Network Edge. Today, we are excited to extend intelligent cryptographic processing and data compression to the farthest edge of the network with the launch of our Intel Atom® C3000 platform. Designed for low power, efficient intelligence and scalability for a variety of network …continue reading Intel Atom C3000 Processor – Delivering Intelligence to the Edge
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By Brian Krzanich, Chief Executive Officer Earlier today, I tendered my resignation from the American Manufacturing Council. I resigned to call attention to the serious harm our divided political climate is causing to critical issues, including the serious need to … Read more >
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To digitally capture and render art-filled rooms inside the Smithsonian museum in intricate detail, the creators of SAAM VR turned to leading-edge computer technologies. Inside the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM), the famous painting “Aurora Borealis” by Frederic Edwin Church depicts a glowing red sky, but unlike most 5-by-7-foot canvas paintings, this piece of art … Continued
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Data centers play a critical role in modern business. They handle huge amounts of data, fuel applications, power the cloud, and facilitate the generation of key insights for companies large and small. Businesses rely on them to deliver high-quality services to their customers — it’s important that they can process the information companies need as …continue reading With Intel Xeon Scalable Processors, Software Partners Bring Big Advances to Data Centers
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Using AI and robotics, smart farm equipment will help farmers produce 70 percent more food by 2050 — to feed an ever-increasing world population. As the world’s population grows, agriculture faces the challenge of 2 billion more people to feed, global labor shortages for field work and low prices for crops, making farming a tough … Continued
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Over the last few years, innovations by the cloud giants have disrupted many traditional industries. Amazon and Alibaba changed the way we shop, Netflix and YouTube brought us new ways to consume video, and WeChat and Facebook revolutionized how we connect and communicate with our friends and families. The agile, elastic, and highly efficient cloud …continue reading Three Reasons Why Top Cloud Service Providers Could Not Wait to Deploy Intel Xeon Scalable Processors
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This blog was posted on behalf of Nyasha Riley. Nyasha is the US Marketing Manager for the Corporate Affairs Group at Intel and is passionate about caring for and developing people. It is easy to forget, once … Read more >
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About half of IT departments are still running software on traditional silo-heavy architectures. You know it’s time to upgrade those data centers, but how do you demonstrate to your clients the need for data center modernization? Before you can tell … Read more >
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Outdoor safety technology can keep adventurers connected to emergency assistance even on remote bike paths, trails and waterways. After wrapping up an afternoon of sun and surfing, Jeffrey Huntley and his buddy were looking for a spot nearby to camp for the night. As they turned the corner onto a service road just out of … Continued
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How a bionic pop artist, a fashion tech designer, an architect duo and a prosthetics company teamed up to reshape the future of performing arts. After years of bringing sci-fi wearable technologies to runways and industry events, designer and Dutch tech-head Anouk Wipprecht decided it was time to create a wearable bustier that turned the … Continued
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I just came from the quadrennial meeting of the 21st IAGG World Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics, where I noticed some things worth sharing. There’s been a tectonic shift in industry framing of aging — from costs of infirmity to value … Read more >
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By Andrea Gibbs and Claire Vishik The Cyber Week at The Tel Aviv University (TAU), Israel (June 25-29, 2017) was, by any measure, a large event. Seven thousand attendees joined the discussions; more than a thousand travelled internationally from the … Read more >
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Beyond the reach of the longest selfie stick and more intimate than a hovering helicopter, camera drones are the next tech frontier in photography. Enthusiasm for camera drones has skyrocketed in the last few years. Now, everyday consumers can get professional-grade aerial imagery that was once only possible with a sizeable helicopter — and budget. … Continued
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By Peter Pitsch, Executive Director of Federal Relations and Associate General Counsel for Intel This month is an exciting one in the world of 5G, as the FCC has released a draft Notice of Inquiry (NOI) to “Explore Flexible Use … Read more >
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