Visit Intel at Mobile World Congress 2015

Soon the wireless industry will convene at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona to show and discuss the future of mobility. Intel will be there to introduce and showcase new products and technologies designed to advance next-generation wireless networks and the growing range of smart devices connecting to them. We’re keeping our news under wraps until the show, but here are some themes we think the industry (and Intel) will be talking about:

  • New Intel platforms for next-generation phones, phablets and tablets: We’ll show off new Intel® Atom™ products and new Intel communications and connectivity solutions. The mobile device ecosystem is expanding, and we’ll be demonstrating some of the new devices our partners have in the works. Look for announcements with some of our partners including key players in mobile.
  • Advancing the mobile experience: The mobile experience continues to evolve and improve. What’s next? Wireless charging for devices of all kinds, depth-sensing cameras that introduce new applications and interfaces, and solutions for tough problems like getting billions of IOT devices to speak the same language.
  • Our 5G future: While 4G was about making networks faster for mobile data, we think 5G will be about making networks smarter, flexible, efficient and economical enough to handle the billions of diverse new products that will wirelessly connect and interoperate. We’ll discuss the 5G future and how the wireless ecosystem can make it a reality. We’ll also showcase a handful of 5G demonstrations in our booth.
  • Mobile security: Data protection and privacy in a connected world are paramount, and Intel is helping to solve this challenge. On Wednesday, March 4th, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich will join a keynote discussion examining the present and future of mobile security.

If you’re traveling to the 2015 Mobile World Congress, please visit the Intel booth (Fira Gran Via, Hall 3, Booth #3D30) to see demonstrations including: mobile operator solutions for network function virtualization, carrier aggregation and a new backhaul solution to consumer-focused demos of cutting-edge, new Intel-powered devices, mobile security solutions, IOT connectivity and more. Be sure to keep an eye on our newsroom for announcements on Monday, March 2nd. See you at the show!

Julie Coppernoll

About Julie Coppernoll

Julie Coppernoll is vice president and director of marketing in the Client Computing Group. She is responsible for product and customer go-to-market activities, platform positioning and launch, and external messaging across all Intel® Core™, Intel® Atom™ and communications platforms. She also spent 4 years as a technical assistant to Andrew S. Grove during his tenure as Intel chairman of the board. In that role, her key focus was on accelerating Intel’s efforts in the mobile and wireless arenas.

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