Join Intel at Mobile World Congress 2014

Exciting developments are happening in wireless communications, mobile devices and the Internet of Things as well as the back-end hardware and software that make it all valuable. These technologies will be on full display next week at Mobile World Congress. Intel will have a significant presence at Mobile World Congress, where Intel President Renee James will along with Hermann Eul, Intel VP and GM of the Mobile and Communications Group will kick off at a Monday morning press conference.  They’ll discuss Intel’s leadership in computing, from the Internet of Things to the data center, as well as our increasing focus on communications. If it computes or connects, we’ll make it better with Intel inside.

You can expect announcements related to…

  • Intel’s efforts in communications, from transforming networks to providing communications platforms on devices of all kinds (LTE is a big focus for us).
  • New Intel® Atom™ processors, including the Merrifield SoC for Android tablets and phones, which delivers the power-efficient performance of the Silvermont microarchitecture on a 22nm, Tri-Gate process.
  • Intel’s strategies and progress in mobile devices.
  • Our efforts to enable the developer ecosystem (we’ll also have an App Planet presence; Hall 8.1, Stand #8.1E41).

For a high-level look specifically at how communications infrastructure is evolving, read this blog by Rose Schooler, Intel VP and GM of the communications and storage infrastructure group within Intel’s Data Center Group. The Intel booth at Mobile World Congress (Fira, Hall 3, #3D30) will showcase all of the above plus expert discussions on topics like the future of mobile computing, the future of wireless in the 5G era, and the impact of 64-bit technology on mobility. I hope we’ll see you at the show!

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About Chris Walker

Chris Walker is the general manager for revenue platforms for tablets in Intel's Mobile & Communications Group. In his current capacity, Chris is responsible for product line management; OEM design wins, and platform roadmaps; and the P&L for the application processor business targeting tablets and volume 2-in-1 devices based on the Atom architecture. Chris has been with Intel for more than 20 years with various operations, finance, product marketing and business development roles. Chris holds his BS in Industrial Management from Carnegie Mellon University and lives in Silicon Valley.