Yesterday while at work, I received the joy of a phone phishing Tax Fraud voicemail. I saw the unknown number appear on my cell phone while in a meeting and did not answer. But a little present was left by … Read more >
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An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure in Data Security Many years ago, I heard a story about a dangerous cliff that people were falling from. Supposedly, the crisis became so severe that ambulances were ultimately stationed … Read more >
In the race for deployment of smart grids, smart cities, and an all-things-smart infrastructure, it is not clear who is doing what and how you go about benchmarking or choosing who is doing best. But fear no more. More and … Read more >
Cruising through my neighborhood the other day it really began to dawn on me what Intel CEO Brian Krzanich means when he says that cars are the next smartphones. As a minivan full of kids whizzed past me on the … Read more >
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The Little Compute Stick Has Big New Things to Offer How many people have to be needlessly tortured in a conference room waiting for a presenter to get it together? Why must road weary business travelers endure a laptop-weighted backpack? Can’t … Read more >
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Our world communicates over Ethernet, with incredibly fast 10G and 40G networks leading the way. But this isn’t the case in industrial environments, like manufacturing and electrical power grids, that require deterministic communications for distributed control and measurement. Until recently, … Read more >
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by Brian Krzanich, Chief Executive Officer At Intel, we believe that drones can be used to support cutting-edge research, create new jobs and industries, and most importantly, improve people’s lives. That is why I spoke earlier today at a White … Read more >
Science Fiction is full of examples of machines that can scan an object or an area and provide information about what they are looking at to an operator. Now that technology may be closer than ever thanks to new innovations … Read more >
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This is the second in a series of articles written by this author for Intel. Following articles will focus on expanding on the concepts introduced in this article. The last article set the stage for the kinds of changes that are … Read more >
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by Alan Gara, exascale chief architect High Performance Computing, the science of aggregating computing power to solve complex science and engineering problems, is a powerful set of emerging technologies with tremendous economic and strategic implications for companies and entire nations. … Read more >
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by Bob Rogers, chief data scientist for big data solutions Technology and healthcare recently came together as part of a public forum at the Brookings Institution in Washington, D.C. I was honored to join representatives from the FCC and the … Read more >
There was recently a security vulnerability reported to the Crosswalk team. I want to talk about this vulnerability here because this is how vulnerabilities should be handled. In Intel’s Open Source Technology Center (and Intel in general), we always try … Read more >
New Intel® Xeon® processors mean good news for data centers and solution providers Wouldn’t the world be a better place if there was just a little more versatility? While that may be difficult for us mere mortals, the new superhuman Intel® Xeon® … Read more >
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Ransomware is a specific type of attack which involves malware that encrypts files and extorts money from victims. It is quickly becoming a favorite among cyber criminals because it is easy to develop, simple to execute, and does a very … Read more >
Intel® Solid-State Drives are a Win-Win-Win How often does the opportunity present itself to get three for the price of one? It’s actually your customers that receive the benefits. But, isn’t that the idea? Intel® Solid-State Drives (SSDs) deliver the … Read more >
Since the 1960s, automotive deaths and injuries have steadily declined, per mile driven, due to the many steps taken to incrementally improve safety for the motoring public. First there were seatbelts, followed later by crumple zones, airbags, and door … Read more >
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Privacy and “Drones for Good” by Paula J. Bruening Intel lit up the night sky in Sydney, Australia last month with its first public Drones 100 show. While the display over the Opera House dazzled, it also highlighted the tremendous potential … Read more >
Why should developers care about OpenStack? Does it really affect their work adding features, debugging code, improving performance, generally pleasing their customers? (Or at least making them less pissed off). Sure, cloud computing is a Big Deal. But isn’t the … Read more >
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Every Client-Facing Customer is Your Best Prospect for Digital Signage When digital signage is present in any business environment it has the potential to be a massive source of information, education and engagement for all of your customers’ clients. There … Read more >
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by Peter Pitsch 5G is expected to be substantially different than today’s mobile networks, ushering in a wide-range of applications. We are moving from the current world of mobility for voice and data applications to an era in which not … Read more >
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