Over time, Intel and other processor vendors add more and more instructions to the processors that power our phones, tablets, laptops, workstations, servers, and other computing devices. Adding… Read more
Monthly Archives: October 2017
The AR/VR Tools and Tech meetup was formed in July in Austin, Texas and is focused on exploring all the newest tech tricks on a monthly basis. The September edition was all about Augmented Reality… Read more
Many health and life sciences organizations are now bought into the concept of blockchain and are currently researching suitable use cases to implement this technology. Below I share five key characteristics I am seeing in successful blockchain implementations of use cases. 1. It’s About the Network, Not a Database Blockchain is a type of B2B …continue reading Healthcare Use Cases for Blockchain: 5 Key Factors for Success
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Just read yet another post on the future of the store. Once again, it was all about technology. Wearables. Beacons. Smart shopping carts. And no surprise, “personalized experience.” What’s missing? Even a thought about the shopper and more importantly, shopper expectations. Not experiences. Expectations. What will satisfy – and better yet, delight – the shopper? …continue reading Right-Sizing Retail Expectations for Today’s Consumers
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It is no surprise that security is an increasing issue, especially in the cloud. Every week there is a new cybersecurity breach that pops up in our news feed. I can probably guess which one you just thought of. Unfortunately, a security disaster like the Equifax breach isn’t the only incident. Many other high profile …continue reading The Key to Enhanced Data Protection
In my three previous blog posts, I’ve discussed some of the key topics organizations need to tackle as they consider the “how” of digital transformation: The creation of a singular, fungible, differentiated business vision (beyond 2020!) The progressive business strategy that supports it The need for what amounts to a quantum shift in culture and …continue reading IT as a “Business Unit” – A Critical Seat at the Executive Table
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IoT Skill-Building, Mentoring and More For Developers – Attend Intel Global IoT DevFest II Nov. 7-8
The return of Intel’s premier online forum for IoT developers worldwide is only weeks away –… Read more
The computing landscape continues to change and evolve, and new technology tools are being applied to challenges once thought insurmountable. Some of these are business and commercial applications, others in research and scientific breakthroughs. Ten years ago, who could have imagined what we can do with genomics sequencing and analysis today, where a complete DNA …continue reading The Growing Opportunity for Cloud Service Providers: Acceleration-as-a-Service with Intel FPGAs
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Sibos 2017 launches next week in Toronto and Intel is excited to participate in this global industry event for the fourth year. Sibos has been a great venue to help us understand the key challenges and dynamics impacting the industry (see Sibos 2016 Insights). The theme at Sibos this year is “Building for the Future.” …continue reading Get Ready for Sibos 2017 with Intel
About 3 weeks ago Austin had its second Game Developer Showcase. This Intel sponsored event took place at Brazos Hall, and is one of the keystone events that kick off a week of Game Dev focused… Read more
He Battled a Brain Tumor and is Winning His Fight against Cancer, Now Intel’s Oscar Garcia Advocates for Individuals with Hidden Disabilities
This blog was posted on behalf of Oscar O. Garcia. Oscar is a Program Controls Analyst/PM in Intel Federal LLC and is passionate about developing people looking to further their careers, helping those with hidden disabilities, and providing resources for those … Read more >
Meet Kantwon Rogers, a GEM Fellow and an Innovation Content Development Engineer who spent his last three summers here at Intel. When he’s not at Intel, he is a student at Georgia Tech University where he is pursuing his Master’s … Read more >
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Meet Trini Decker, a supply chain regulatory program manager who earned her M.S. in Chemical Engineering at Villanova University. She is currently working in Global Supply Management on the Supply Chain Sustainability Team in Chandler, Arizona. Trini, tell us about … Read more >
Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processor Cryptographic Performance
Security doesn’t have to be slow. Learn about the cryptographic performance enhancements seen in the Intel® Xeon® Scalable… Read more
So much data, so much of it big, and so many, many things. IDC forecasts the Big Data market will increase to approximately $32 billion this year from just over $3 billion five years ago. Meanwhile, IDC predicts that the Internet of Things (IoT), which is fueling the explosion of data, will become a $1.7 …continue reading IoT And Big Data In The Colocation Space
Back in 1993, the institute where I was doing my postdoctoral research got access to a Cray C90* supercomputer. Competition for time on this system was so fierce that we were told―in no uncertain… Read more