Category Archives: Intel Labs

Is supercomputing personal? Could it become personal?

While most of us are carrying around phones, ultrabooks and maybe the occasional mammoth laptop, these only represent a fraction of the computing capabilities found in today’s supercomputers. For those who don’t know, supercomputers (or High Performance Computing—aka HPC systems) … Read more >

Congratulations to the U.S. 2013 PhD Fellowship and Early Career Faculty Honor Program Awardees

2013 U.S. PhD Fellowship and Early Career Faculty Honor Program Awardees Each year, Intel invests in universities around the globe to promote and encourage the best and brightest ideas and talent.  As part of this initiative we are pleased to … 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 >

Disruptive technologies to unlock the power of Big Data

This week’s announcement by Intel that it’s expanding the availability of the Intel® Distribution for Apache Hadoop* software to the US market is seriously exciting for the employees of this semiconductor giant, especially researchers like me.  Why?  Why would I … Read more >

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 … Read more >