Increase your expertise with #ServerSmart. The next chat occurred on the blog’s chat page on Thursday, June 12, 2014 where David Blunden, Intel SSD® Application Engineer, Alan Winscott, Intel SSD North America and the Intel SSD Team lead the discussion on Solid-State Drives in … Read more > Read more
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So, you’re ready to purchase a new computer. First, you’re likely going to want to review the processor to decide how powerful you want your machine to be. Intel® Core™ i3, i5, and i7 processors come inside a variety of … Read more >
Sensors may be small—but they have the power to dramatically alter seemingly intractable global development challenges. Monitoring and tracking environmental quality and air pollution, measuring how infrastructure like water pumps and power lines are working, monitoring water quality, and detecting … Read more >
The last time wireless standards were upgraded was with 802.11n Wi-Fi in 2007. The old standard was great for home use where one or two laptops were connected to the network. But things have changed. Today’s connected households have way … Read more >
Whether you love to shop or simply tolerate it, there’s no question that this is the age of the empowered consumer. Thanks to technology, we have volumes of information at our fingertips about products and companies, including specs, reviews, and … Read more >
Across the spectrum of computing devices, from supercomputers and datacenters to tablets and wearables, there is a constant pressure to increase capabilities while consuming less power. For the high end, it is because we want to fit more processing power … Read more >
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Most responsible adults tend to prefer security when it comes to their jobs. Yes, we all know that reasonable and informed risk taking often pays off in salary increases, promotions and bonuses, but it’s good to take risks knowing one … Read more >
Imagine we are sitting at a café in a large, cosmopolitan city, and I ask you to list at least five reasons people like living in cities. You could probably tell me your list in less than a minute. Not … Read more >
Years ago, you’d need to buy a relatively expensive car to enjoy the convenience and fuel savings of cruise control. Today, it is standard on a wide range of vehicles, including many economy cars. Moreover, some high-end cars are equipped … Read more >
Were you aware that a new Wi-Fi standard is being implemented across new devices and routers? If you’re like many people, you probably think Wi-Fi is Wi-Fi is Wi-Fi. But behind the scenes, an organization called The Institute of Electrical … Read more >
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A really enjoyable thing about my job at Intel is talking about the Internet of Things (IoT) with people who share my passion for the topic. That’s why I was thrilled to be a presenter at the recent Internet of … Read more >
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Thunderbolt™ 2 expanding on desktop PCs with introduction of Thunderbolt Ready 9-series motherboards
At this year’s Computex show, Thunderbolt™2 technology is making news as PC motherboard OEMs are expanding Thunderbolt availability on a number of new Intel® 9-series motherboards via the Thunderbolt Ready program and Thunderbolt 2 add-in cards. The growing importance of … Read more >
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