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Meet the “New” Makers: They Love Electronics, but Aren’t Necessarily Techies

Blog written by Intel Labs Senior Researcher, Susan Faulkner.  She presented her work today (Tuesday, May 13th) at MakerCon 2014 in San Mateo, CA. Meet the new makers. They are creative, passionate and determined, but they may not be particularly … Read more >

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Intel Labs announces the formation of the Intel Strategic Research Alliance (ISRA) on energy-efficient security for SoC devices in Brazil

SoC-based devices are expected to proliferate significantly in the coming years. One well-known source projects the total number of Internet connected devices globally to reach 25 billion by 2015 and 50 billion by 2020. Securing SoC-based devices and their associated data is challenging for a variety of reasons: integration of third party IP modules, physical […] Read more >

Intel Labs announces the formation of the Intel Strategic Research Alliance (ISRA) on energy-efficient security for SoC devices in Brazil

SoC-based devices are expected to proliferate significantly in the coming years. One well-known source projects the total number of Internet connected devices globally to reach 25 billion by 2015 and 50 billion by 2020. Securing SoC-based devices and their associated … Read more >

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Transformable CPUs: Having your cake and eating it too

Chris Wilkerson is a senior staff research scientist at Intel Labs, Hillsboro, Oregon.  He is interested in all things technical, and has published papers on a number of micro-architectural topics including low voltage and power efficient CPU microarchitecture, and cache and memory sub-system power and performance.  Chris holds more than 20 U.S. patents on these and […] Read more >

The Legacy of Bob Noyce

By Tom Waldrop This February, a new documentary about the rise of Silicon Valley and the story of Bob Noyce will air on the Public Broadcasting System’s American Experience, the most-watched history series on American television. As the filmmakers put it, the radical innovations of the brilliant, charismatic young physicist Noyce included the integrated circuit, which […] Read more >