Hi ! My name is Julian Lageard and I’ve been working on EU environmental regulation for the past couple of decades. Europe can be proud of what it has achieved by setting the global bar from a competitiveness standpoint on … Read more >
Monthly Archives: November 2013
Rooted in science fiction and taking hold in science fact, there has always been a fascination in the tech industry around robots. What’s exciting today is that the Internet of Things is adding a new layer to robotics through low-power, … Read more >
By John E. Matheson, Director of Legal Policy-Asia Pacific, Intel Technology Asia Pte. Ltd. One of our co-founders, Dr. Robert Noyce once said; “Don’t be encumbered by history. Go off and do something wonderful”. This simple philosophy has stuck with … Read more >
Intel held its annual Investor meeting last week in Santa Clara where company executives discussed efforts to broaden and diversify Intel’s product portfolio at a faster pace, embracing computing in all its forms. Mobile computing and communications is a key … Read more >
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Streamlining predictive maintenance, improving production levels, and reducing waste and costs are constant challenges on factory floors everywhere. Intel factory floors are no exception. One of our most impactful weapons to combat these challenges is with end-to-end data analytics. We … Read more >
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A critical component for making the Internet of Things real are intelligent devices connected to each other and the cloud that share data and allow for end-to-end analytics. An ever increasing number of these devices are being connected wirelessly putting … Read more >
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Many enterprises are deploying mobile technology to improve productivity. But the task of integrating mobile technology into existing enterprise processes can be daunting. I spoke on a panel at the Open Mobile Summit last week discussing how mobile technology contributes … Read more >
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One of the most surprising moments of my talk at QCon San Francisco last week was when I asked the audience who is ‘doing’ service oriented architecture inside their Enterprise. Everyone raised their hand, or nearly everyone. There was no … Read more >
It’s no secret that FlightTrack—from the geniuses at Mobiata @mobiata—is my all-time favorite travel app. And, with the generally stressful “Holiday Travel Planning” season fast approaching, when I had the chance to interview Reed Martin, Director of Design and UX … Read more >
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While most of us are carrying around phones, ultrabooks and maybe the occasional mammoth laptop, these only represent a fraction of the computing capabilities found in today’s supercomputers. For those who don’t know, supercomputers (or High Performance Computing—aka HPC systems) are the giant, powerful computers that solve our world’s most complex problems and make this […] Read more
Today, Neelie Kroes the Commissioner responsible for Europe’s Digital Agenda joined one of our training sessions on online safety at a secondary school in Brussels. Intel and McAfee have a well-established volunteer training programme under which our employees provide in-school … Read more >
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Intel announces “Thunderbolt™ ready” upgrade program for PC motherboards, desktops and workstation computers
The past year has seen a flurry of Thunderbolt™ related activity. Already present on every current Apple Mac*, Thunderbolt has continued to grow within PC circles. And the Thunderbolt ecosystem responded, with over 100 Thunderbolt devices now shipping and available, … Read more >
The demos inside the Intelligent Systems Zone at IDF 2013 this year were truly impressive! If you missed the show, check out below some of the key highlights that showcase compelling examples of intelligent systems technology enabling the Internet of … Read more >
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This in an important week in the world of industrial computing with the China International Industry Fair (CIIF) taking place November 5 – 9, in Shanghai. To give you an idea about how important, China’s first-ever moon rover is making … Read more >
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YOUR HOTLINKED LIFE: The Internet of Things is becoming a really big deal. Here’s why you should care
Intel has been busy talking about the Internet of Things recently at events in San Francisco, Barcelona, London, and this week in Taipei. The story around IoT is a big one that requires many voices and an ongoing dialogue to … Read more >
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Willie Sutton, the infamous bank robber, had a talent for wry understatement. Asked why he robbed banks, he purportedly replied, “Because that’s where the money is.”* If Willie had been born in the 1980s instead of in 1901, he would … Read more >
On October 24, I accepted an award presented by Worklife Matters Magazine naming Intel one of the top U.S. companies for LGBT work life. Diversity is an integral part of Intel’s strategy and vision and our work to put this … Read more >
The post ENDA: Intel Backs Employer Non Discrimination Act Passage appeared first on Policy@Intel.
Last week I was at the HTML5 developer conference and then spent the remainder of the week at the API Strategy Conference in San Francisco. All of the keynotes and presentations were great and I think everyone enjoyed a new, … Read more >