Streamlined Digital Signage Development and Deployment from Intel
Retailers and advertisers are increasingly turning to digital signage to explore new ways to attract and engage consumers. However, evaluating digital signage solutions involves a costly, time-intensive process of collecting and integrating software and licenses before ever beginning content creation.
Intel's Two New Software Development Suites Produce Fast, Scalable and Reliable Applications
Intel has today unveiled two new development suites: Intel Parallel Studio XE 2013 and Intel Cluster Studio XE 2013. The integrated suites include optimized compilers, libraries and analysis tools to help enable developers to efficiently extract improved application performance on current and next-generation processors including Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors. These new suites also help developers deliver improved application performance with less e...
Research@Intel 2012 Automobility Research
Research@Intel 2012: The car of tomorrow will be an active participant in a connected world, creating its own data stream and interpreting environments through ongoing interactions with people, services, infrastructures and other vehicles.
Latest Intel Xeon Processors E5 Product Family Achieves Fastest Adoption of New Technology on Top500 List
The Intel Xeon processor E5-2600 product family reached a new supercomputing milestone as the fastest adopted new processing technology to power 44 systems, including 3 Petascale-class supercomputers on the 39th edition of the Top500 list announced today.
Intel invests in UK institute to create Global Centre for Research in Sustainable Connected Cities
Intel has announced the launch of the Intel Collaborative Research Institute for Sustainable Connected Cities in partnership with two of the world’s leading universities, Imperial College London and University College London. The new London-based institute will be Intel’s first research centre and global hub dedicated to exploring how technology can support and sustain the social and economic development of cities worldwide.
Green Data Center Management: Power Efficiency Solutions with Dell, Intel, and Joulex
Go green in your cloud data center by enabling policy-based power management with Intel Data Center Manager, Intel Node Manager on Dell PowerEdge C-series servers, and Joulex.
New Intel Server Technology: Powering the Cloud to Handle 15 Billion Connected Devices
Addressing the incredible growth of data traffic in the cloud, Intel Corporation announced the record-breaking Intel Xeon processor E5-2600 product family. These new processors deliver leadership performance, best data center performance per watt1,4, breakthrough I/O innovation and trusted hardware security features to enable IT to scale. These processors are not only at the heart of servers and workstations, but will also power the next generati...
Intel Invests in Product Development and Research to Spur Innovation in the Connected Car
Intel Corporation today announced several automotive investments and initiatives designed to spur innovation and product development that will enable new and innovative connected car experiences. The investments include the new Automotive Innovation and Product Development Center located in Karlsruhe (Germany), expansion of Intel Labs Interaction and Experience Research (IXR) in automotive, an academic outreach program, and the establishment of t...
Intel Celebrates 40 Years of Digital Revolution
On this day 40 years ago, Intel Corporation introduced the world’s first commercially available microprocessor – the Intel 4004 – triggering the start of the digital revolution. While most people have never seen a microprocessor, devices that contain them have become so integrated into daily life that they have become virtually indispensable.
Hear from Intel and the Wi-Fi Alliance about incredible experiences unleashed with wireless innovation.
Inside an Intel FAB
An in-depth look inside an Intel FAB (Fabrication Facility) - Technicians in a clean room where 300mm silicon wafers are etched with the circuit patterns of hundreds of computer chips (microprocessors) - each chip has multiple-cores, or brains.