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In the competitive industrial and manufacturing arena, the strongest and smartest companies are seeking intelligent ways to collect, analyze, and make decisions about big data by implementing scalable Internet of Things solutions. In collaboration with National Instruments, Intel engineers are … Read more >
The post Optimizing the Smart Factory with IoT and Big Data: Part 2 [Video] appeared first on IoT@Intel.
August is finally here and we are on the brink of some of summer’s best music festivals. If you’re in Chicago, we heard Lollapalooza had an amazing line up last weekend. On the other side of the country in San … Read more >
The post Enrich Your Music Festival Experience with an Intel-Powered Tablet appeared first on Technology@Intel.
New wireless-enabled 802.11ac devices are leaving their predecessors in the dust. Data transfer rate comparisons between 802.11ac and 802.11bgn show big improvements in the newer technology. Keeping Up With The Joneses Take this possible scenario: Twin brothers Ben and Bob … Read more >
Wearable device technology is predicted to grow to 284 million units by 20171. As consumers, we are increasingly looking to a range of cool, new gadgets to help keep us connected to the people we care about, and even to … Read more >
When you connect a building to the Internet of Things (IoT), what you get is so much greater than the sum of its parts. By retrofitting an office with connected sensors that integrate greater compute capabilities, with intelligent gateways that … Read more >
The post IoT and Smart Buildings: Harnessing Big Data to Deliver Savings appeared first on IoT@Intel.
It’s not an exaggeration to say that if you walk into almost any scientific or engineering R&D lab, you’re likely to find National Instruments (NI) equipment. For years, engineers and scientists have been relying on tools from NI that accelerate … Read more >
The post Expanding IoT Reach with Intel® Architecture: It’s all About Scalability appeared first on IoT@Intel.
Do you want to play your high-quality PC game with all the amazing graphics on your mobile device, sitting on the couch in the living room? Do you want a fully wireless, mobile virtual reality experience? While smartphones and tablets … Read more >
The post High quality, low latency in-home streaming for mobile devices appeared first on Intel Labs.
Whether on the adventure of a lifetime or lounging on the beach, tablets are the perfect companion to help you stay connected and entertained wherever your journeys take you this summer: On the plane: The latest Intel-powered tablets have long battery power … Read more >
Is your business prepared for the next wave of tech challenges brought on by the consumerization of IT? Consumer adoption rates for new technology have far outstripped the enterprise, which means your employees are already comfortable using new devices and … Read more >
The post WiGig Docking — The First Step to an “All-Wireless Everything” appeared first on Technology@Intel.
Dominance Reborn: the New 4th Gen Core Processors for Enthusiasts Chat Series wrapped up on Tuesday, July 22. Intel Technology Provider had the conversation hosted on the blog chat page with thirty participants and four chat hosts, Intel®’s Roger Corell, Jim Loveridge, Michael O’Sullivan, … Read more > Read more
Intel is honored that both Lakecia Gunter and Barbara McAllister were recognized for their numerous achievements at Intel and in their communities by Diversity MBA Magazine for 2014. Lakecia Gunter was named to Diversity MBA Magazine’s list of Top 100 … Read more >
The post Inspiring Intel Employees: Congratulations Lakecia and Barbara! appeared first on CSR@Intel.
One of the most intriguing aspects about the Internet of Things (IoT) is that it can positively impact such a wide range of markets, including industrial, energy, health care, and others. In his thoughtful and rich blog post below, guest … Read more >
The post Predictive Maintenance and Adaptive Analytics Raise IoT Value appeared first on IoT@Intel.
Intel wants broadband to be affordable and high quality, but determining which last-mile broadband technology is most cost-effective (that is, weighing the tradeoff between affordability and high quality) can be challenging. Two leading choices are fiber to the premises (FTTP) … Read more >
The post State Aid for “Vectoring” Broadband Investment in Rural Germany? appeared first on Policy@Intel.
It’s easy to imagine what people will do when their cars take care of all the driving: check email, help a child finish their homework, spread cream cheese on a bagel, all without causing an accident. But before that dream … Read more >
The post Self-Driving Cars, IoT, and the Top ADAS Requirements appeared first on IoT@Intel.
It’s a Thursday evening. You’re on the computer, catching up on tasks and work correspondence. Your spouse is on a tablet device, keeping in touch with family and friends over video chat. Your youngest child is on a smartphone, playing … Read more >
Summer is in full swing and it might just have made you want to take on the role of this summer’s “grill master.” While the classic burger and hot dog on the lawn are always great options for your BBQ … Read more >
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