Tag Archives: Wi-Fi

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 >

My personal Wi-Fi network — on display at IDF

Last Friday, in madness of last minute preparations for IDF this week, I took a break and headed to one of the mobility labs at our Hillsboro, Ore. campus. This particular lab is one where the mobile group is showcasing … Read more >

Intel’s Smart WiMAX Car — Mobility “Innovision” for Centrino 2

Intel baked mobility smarts into a new, eco-friendly Mercedes-Benz Smart car to show the wonders of mobile WiMAX while tooling down the road. It’s the next iteration of an away-from-home and out-of-office moving conduit connecting us to Al Gore’s information … 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 >

A Sneak Peek into Intel’s Future

The Intel Developer Forum has been one of the most tech inspiring gatherings I’ve participated in since joining Intel in 2000. The latest incremental advancements, demonstrations that show visionaries are not creating pie in the sky, and the roadmap updates. … Read more >

Happy 5th Anniversary Centrino!

First of all I must say that I don’t even feel like I’m worthy enough to blog about this important anniversary. There are so many engineers, marketing folks and executives that have put their blood sweat and tears into this … Read more >

An update on Intel Itanium processors

I get asked regularly about Intel’s Itanium strategy and plans. Having taken over responsibility for Itanium at Intel in 2005, I spent time taking a deep and careful look at the technology, products and positioning of the product in the … Read more >

The Less Obvious Hard Parts about Designing Systems with Radios

The Communications Technology Lab at Intel has a charter that matches its name – we are supposed to look at all the issues around communications for Intel’s future platforms. That’s a pretty broad charter since it means we worry about … Read more >