Tag Archives: Intelligent Systems

Let’s Talk About What YOU Need

With the recent re-launch of the Embedded@Intel blog, we want to take this opportunity to have a conversation with YOU – the hardware and software developers/engineers, business managers, makers, students, media, investors, and more who make up our rich community. What assets are you finding the most valuable for innovating and … Read more >

Evolving Retail Innovation With 4th Generation Intel® Core™ Processors

The future of the retail industry is closer than you think. Technology already available from the 4th generation Intel® Core™ processor (aka Haswell) family is at the heart of new tools that help customers find what they need, exactly when … Read more >

Geek Week: Intel Helps Make Infrastructure Equipment More Flexible

Datacenter managers have, for years, enjoyed a number of benefits of using Intel Xeon processors in their systems, including better load balancing through virtualization which leads to the ability to very effectively scale up and down a solution so just … Read more >

Geek Week: M2M Enables Intel to be Inside a Smarter Home

The “Smart Home” is not a new concept. For years, the likes of Popular Mechanics & other similar media outlets would highlight the latest advancement to make your home smarter. But many of those solutions had issues. Recently, Intel worked with Kontron to develop an incredibly small Digital Nexus that can work with a number of M2M devices, all while using very standard interfaces, like 3G, Wi-Fi, and ZigBee Read more >

Geek Week: Topsec Leverages Crystal Forest for Better Firewalls

While firewalls are nothing new, the services the provide & the dangers against which they guard are both constantly evolving and changing. That’s why, when Topsec wanted to make a next generation firewall, they turned to the latest Intel platform, codenamed Crystal Forest, to be the core of their very capable system. Read more >

What’s Security Got to Do with It?

The promise of Intelligent Systems is that things all around us will get smarter & make our lives easier. Great! But, as things get smarter, and more connected, the simply MUST also get more secure. Or else, the result is like a jet-powered skateboard – it is only Fun or Funny in the cartoons. In real life, it is dangerous! Read more >