The phrase seems to be everywhere technology is considered — the Internet of Things (IoT) — a simple description for a vast and uncharted world of devices that will soon be sending and receiving data at a rate that is … Read more >
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Most engineers like to create things from scratch, but when you’re preparing to implement virtualization technology on platforms in a manufacturing setting, it’s helpful to begin the process with a leg up. Fortunately, developers looking to reduce costs and shorten … Read more >
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Cars today have more computing capabilities than ever before, using dozens of interconnected electronic control units (ECUs) for enhanced vehicle management, premium entertainment, and remote telematics. ECUs provide outstanding results for consumers, but can negatively impact both space and energy … Read more >
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This is the ultimate prize, this is what the competition over the course of the season leads to, this is what every competitor is aiming for. It’s hard to believe we are starting our 9th season of Intel Extreme Masters, … Read more >
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At the center of any Wi-Fi network is a device called an access point (AP). The AP connects Wi-Fi devices (laptops, tablets, phones, etc.) to the broadband link to the Internet. Many households may refer to this a simply a … Read more >
Late last month, President Clinton, Secretary Clinton, and Chelsea Clinton hosted the fourth meeting of CGI Americas, an annual event focused on finding solutions that promote economic recovery in the United States. This working meeting brought together leaders from corporations, … Read more >
Admit it: you don’t think about the type of wireless technology inside a new device when shopping. It’s okay! Or rather, it was. A new wireless standard, 802.11ac, is rolling out to consumers, providing 3x faster speeds. But we’re currently … Read more >
Tablets have become an invaluable tool for the utilities industry, especially for facilities management. They are used for a broad range of functions that include facilitating work orders, managing plant surveillance, controlling digital signage content, and allowing real-time communication with … Read more > Read more
Intel’s Most Popular Server SKUs and Discounts. Follow the yellow brick road to the most highly demanded Intel Server products, now readily available. Intel® server boards, systems, chassis, RAID and storage systems – the server SKUs you want for business applications encompassing … Read more > Read more
The Internet of Things (IoT) is fostering thousands of clean tech jobs, advanced driver assistance systems, and next-gen smart manufacturing, and Intel is helping engineers deliver innovative solutions that will lead to a better quality of life now and for … Read more >
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In the new era of digital signage made possible by the Internet of Things, brands and retailers are striving to create, implement, and efficiently manage engaging and consistent experiences for their customers. As part of Intel’s continuing innovation in this … Read more >
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Intel® Technology Provider held its last #TabletTuesday chat on June 17 – thanks to all who participated in this wonderful series! Christopher Maylor, Director: Intel® Mobile Ecosystem Marketing, Kelsey Witherow, Intel® Product Marketing Engineer for Business Tablets, and Pam Tenorio, … Read more > Read more
In the real world, wireless networks (and wired networks for that matter) don’t perform anywhere near their raw theoretical speed or maximum data rate touted in product marketing because Wi-Fi is (as the name suggests) wireless. Networks are affected by … Read more >