By Riccardo Masucci Commercial encryption and cryptography may not be the most obvious topic to discuss over a meal, but Eva Kaili MEP made it work with experts and policymakers who gathered in the European Parliament for a well-attended and … Read more >
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By Stacy Smith, executive vice president and CFO at Intel Today, Intel is proud to join the Department of Commerce in celebrating National Manufacturing Day. Manufacturing is a core part of the U.S. economy and the heart of what we … Read more >
I am thrilled to write my first blog for IoT@Intel! I receive a lot of questions about smart buildings, what constitutes Internet of Things (IoT) for smart buildings, and what Intel is doing in this space. IoT for smart buildings is … Read more >
“Inclusive trade” was the theme of last week’s annual WTO Public Forum in Geneva. The recently expanded Information Technology Agreement (ITA) represents a good example of an inclusive trade deal given the wide set of beneficiaries involved. The discussion served … Read more >
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As took I the stage at the Smart Cities Week 2016 conference in Washington, D.C., this week, it was clear that the topic of microgrids was of huge interest to Smart Cities attendees. I shared the stage with Heather Rosentrater, … Read more >
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Alignment There are few moments in one’s career where one can foresee transformative opportunities – the alignment of 5G regulations and standards creating a connected society is one. What is needed is for Governments, Regulators, Investors, and Industry to align … Read more >
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It’s a tremendously exciting time to work in smart and connected transportation. Automated vehicles are redefining our relationship with automobiles, and the promise of fully automated driving—zero accidents, less pollution, greater mobility, more productivity—is thrilling. Yet there is a growing … Read more >
The post Building Trust Between Human and Machine on the Road to Automated Vehicles appeared first on IoT@Intel.
The European Commission proposed in September 14 a “connectivity package” containing, amongst others, a Code to overhauling the current EU telecoms rules and an Action Plan for 5G, aiming to meet Europeans’ growing connectivity needs and boost Europe’s competitiveness. Intel … Read more >
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By Thomas Gann, Director, Global Public Sector, Government and Policy Group, Intel Corporation It’s fair to say that the terms “Inspirational” and “Congressional hearing” rarely go together. Too often hearings focus on the scandal of the day or on arcane … Read more >
The post “Closing the Talent Gap in Federal IT” — A Model Congressional Hearing! appeared first on Policy@Intel.
By Kirsty Macdonald With its spiralling glass and steel atrium and myriad overlaying bridges, the European Parliament might not be the most obvious place to fly a drone but that is exactly what we did at a conference on … Read more >
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Posted for Barbara Whye, the Executive Director of Strategy and External Alliances in Intel’s Global Diversity and Inclusion Office – you can follow her on Twitter @steministbarb. The Intel-Oakland Unified School District initiative has produced fantastic results in year one … Read more >
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By Brian Krzanich, Chief Executive Officer of Intel A critical milestone in the Internet’s history and evolution is approaching. On October 1st, the final stage in privatization of the Internet should be complete. The first stages of privatization in the … Read more >
Today we are talking with Jonathan Stern, SPDK and ISA-L Applications Engineer with Intel’s Data Center Group (DCG). Jon sheds some light into the mission and culture of the DCG at Intel and the amazing difference IT professionals can make … Read more >
The post Working in the Data Center Group – Moving IT Forward appeared first on Jobs@Intel Blog.
Technologists pursuing interesting and elegant solutions in cybersecurity frequently lack the knowledge of economics to anticipate the influences of other technologies, existing infrastructure, and technology evolution on the potential success of the technologies they are creating. Viable solutions may not … Read more >
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By Jason Kimrey, Area Director of U.S. Federal for Intel Yesterday, the House of Representatives took a major step toward helping the federal government upgrade its IT systems when it unanimously passed the Modernizing Government Technology Act on September 22. … Read more >
On October 20, I will be speaking at the Design and Verification Conference and Exhibition Europe 2016 (known as DVCon Europe), presenting a paper titled “Integrating Different Types of Models into a Complete Virtual System – The Simics SystemC* Library”, … Read more >
The Intel Foundation, established in 1988, has a long history of championing innovation and the exploration of learning across disciplines and communities. We are proud to be a Founding Donor of the Smithsonian Institute’s National Museum of African American History … Read more >
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Podcast: Mike Bates Discusses Distributed Energy Resources and Changing Business Models for Utilities
In the above podcast, Mike Bates, Director of Energy at Intel, discusses how energy and utilities’ business models are changing and how distributed energy resources will be tied into the energy markets. Mike also shares some insights into the exciting trends … Read more >
Marjorie Dickman, Global Director & Managing Counsel of Internet of Things Policy at Intel Corporation As a global technology leader in advancing the future of fully autonomous driving, Intel appreciates the U.S. Department of Transportation’s announcement today of guidelines for … Read more >
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