Tag Archives: internet

Local Case Worker Moves Throughout Portland at New Speeds with WiMAX

It’s hard to imagine how we used to get our work done before laptops, Google and the Internet came along. Remember when we used to fax documents, send printed mail or use dial-up to access the Internet? I constantly have … Read more >

Top Ten Reasons You Might Have an SSD in Your System

10) You always say yes to new OS and Applications patches without having to think about it 9) You never bother to use hibernate again 8) You don’t hesitate to open a 10MB PPT file to find that one slide … Read more >

WiMAX connecting Latinos in Washington County

As a Portland, Oregon resident and Intel employee, I’ve been lucky enough to experience wireless 4G WiMAX Internet broadband, as well as speak with others who are amazed by its speed, availability, and their overall experience. What I find most … Read more >

Portland Youth Experience WiMAX “Outside the Walls”

The “Digital Divide” as we understand it doesn’t just exist in rural or third-world countries. The possibility to bridge this Divide can be realized in our own backyard, and WiMAX wireless Internet broadband here in Portland is helping us reach that potential. … Read more >

Don Verner

Don is a Senior Applications Engineer in Intel’s NAND Solutions Group and has worked with nonvolatile storage technologies since 1988. Don helped pioneer flash memory as BIOS storage in desktops and mobile systems as well as defining a new flash … Read more >

LG + Intel = Future Phone, Full Internet Device

LG and Intel today announced a partnership to bring a future mobile Internet Device, or, “MID,” that will offer phone capabilities, based on a chip we’re designing for 2009 or 2010 code-named “Moorestown.” What does that mean? Intel’s Atom processor … Read more >

And the Winner is . . . The Internet

There’s an interesting post today on Arianna Huffington’s blog. She declares the Internet the winner in this year’s U.S. Presidential race. I couldn’t agree more. From the amount of laptops and internet-connected mobile devices to the real time results sliced … Read more >

The In-Car Infotainment Revolution

Did you know that the average American spends more than 300 hours per year in their car? That’s equivalent to 7.5 work weeks stuck behind the wheel. Imagine now if a Car OEM or service provider could find a way … Read more >

What does Intel have to do with the Internet?

Day 1 and 2 of CES 2008 the Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs) demo was the busiest section of the Intel booth. I’m amazed anyone working in that area has a voice left to talk. Yesterday Intel’s Pankaj Kedia sat down … Read more >