- Intel Joins Hexa-X Initiative to Develop 6G Wireless Technologies
- With 5G dominating the global conversation around wireless, it’s often easy to lose sight of future investment in innovation. After all, 5G is still just exiting “childhood” in terms of its ubiquity and impact on both consumers and businesses. But given the time and resources required to build the next generation of any technology, it’s...
- Intel investing to restore 46 million gallons of water in Costa Rica
- This is the first project funded in Latin America as part of Intel’s 2030 RISE goal to achieve net positive water by 2030. The project will protect the forest for a period of 10 years to avoid degradation, enabling the restoration of approximately 46 million gallons of water per year. Intel Corporation will provide the...
- Do Wonderful Spotlight: Ashraf Abdelwly Helps Bring More Than Just Supplies to Refugee Communities
- Traveling for work is just part of the job for many professionals—pre-COVID, of course—and while our family and friends may miss us, life remains relatively unchanged while we’re away. Such is not the case for Ashraf Abdelwly, an M&A Integration Manager at Intel, and key resource for the Muslim Outreach and Volunteer Enterprise (MOVE) in...
- Employee Experience (EX): The New Technology Benchmark
- New research from Forrester Consulting reveals that IT administrators are relying more and more on a new metric for measuring the impact of technology policies and investments. It’s called Employee Experience (EX), and optimizing it is proving to be a very valuable goal that pays multiple dividends. David K. Johnson, principal analyst at Forrester, discusses...
- From Supervisor to Director: How Wong Mei Fong Chose to Challenge Herself to Lead
- Wong Mei Fong grew up in a large family of ten in a village in Johor. The community largely consisted of farmers, and most of the kids eventually grew up to fill the boots left by elder siblings and parents. She fondly recalls staying in her grandmother’s house where her siblings and parents shared just...
- What 2020 taught us about Supply Chains…and why it matters!
- The pandemic has cast a spotlight on the critical importance of a resilient and flexible supply chain. IT distributors have a vital role to play in keeping the supply chains for the world's information systems running efficiently.
- It’s been 1 Year TODAY – What’s Next?
- It's been a year since the world was drastically changed by COVID-19. While some of the changes will become ingrained, others will start to shift back to a state of balance. As the economic reopens, key technologies will be critical to recovery and future success.
- IT Leaders Improve Security by Moving from Remote-Lite to Remote-Right Strategies
- By Maribel Lopez | Commissioned by Intel Nearly overnight, distributed work became a reality for most organizations. Today, over 85 percent of the companies Lopez Research surveyed in its 2020 Enterprise IT benchmark selected yes when asked if their companies will continue to offer distributed and remote work options in 2021. At this time, many...
- One Simple Step Can Help Minimize an Overlooked Security Threat
- By Maribel Lopez | Commissioned by Intel Security attacks are increasing in number and sophistication. According to the Ponemon Institute’s latest report, despite security professionals’ best efforts, data breaches increased 130 percent from 2006 to 2019. The report found the average cost of a data breach reached USD 8.19M in the US and USD 3.9M average globally...
- FROM SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT TO VOLUNTEER MENTOR
- “I am a Software Engineer at Intel and also a mentor in the ‘Nowe Technologie dla Dziewczyn’ program. I’m so happy to help other young women launch a successful career in IT.” Sylwia Wnuczko is a Software Engineer at Intel who says it took a scholarship program and an important mentor to shape the career...
- From Young Immigrant to Intel VP: Xochitl Monteon Extends Her Hand to Help Women in STEM
- Xochitl Monteon has lived most her life as an “only.” The only immigrant. The only Mexican. The only woman. Now, as a leader at Intel, she works to create an environment where diverse mindsets foster innovation. A universal language Born in Mexico, Xochitl (pronounced SOH-chee) was 4 years old when her family immigrated to San Jose, California. Her parents were migrant farm...
- From Internship to More: A Technical Lead Shares His Story on Finding Abundant Opportunities at Intel
- For Aankesh K R, Intel has always been his dream company. “When someone says the word computer, the next image that comes to mind is the Intel logo on every desktop and laptop,” he says. So, as soon as he completed his graduate studies, Aankesh wasted no time in finding an internship at Intel. “From...
- A Glimpse into Intel Taiwan: In Conversation with Yvonne Wang, HR Manager
- “Just embrace change. Take on new ideas, new roles, build resilience. That’s how you learn and grow.” Born and raised in Taiwan, Yvonne left for the United States after finishing high school. In New York, she pursued a degree in computer science and completed her master’s degree in computer information systems. Ever energetic and sociable,...
- Wi-Fi and 5G: Synergistic Technologies for Emerging Applications
- I recently had the privilege of participating in RCR Wireless’ “Well, Technically …” podcast, where women technical leaders in the wireless industry discuss our industry’s most pressing issues. I thoroughly enjoyed the interview and would recommend listening to the series on a regular basis, as the content is often compelling and the guests always present...
- Intel Vietnam College Graduates Series: Meet Giang Nguyen, Process Equipment Engineer
- In this series we’re featuring a few recent college graduates who found a new home at Intel Vietnam As a young girl, Hoang Giang Nguyen was determined to break the stereotype that engineering careers were only suited for men. Recently, we spoke with Hoang Giang about her unforgettable career journey. Our conversation is excerpted below....