If you like interesting challenges and find data center and server solutions fascinating, Intel’s Data Platform Groups (DPG) in Gdansk is the place for you. We recently spoke with Kamil Kuchta, a software engineering manager, and Maciej Lawniczak, a software
Delivering real-time 3D experiences with Building Information Models (BIM) is a must today for professionals in architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC). Today’s tools add immersive virtual reality for design reviews and augmented reality at the job site, helping the teams
In modern day business environment, it has become critical for CAD professionals to be able to work with complex models and assemblies to accommodate for soaring demand for new products, new materials, new levels of efficiency, and sustainability of design
This was posted on behalf of Walden Kirsch. Walden is a longtime Portland-area journalist. For the last 20 years, he has covered business and technology worldwide for Intel. Mike Espig is an Intel principal engineer and Xeon CPU architect with
This blog was posted on behalf of Tommy Velez, Vice President, Data Center Group / General Manager, Networking Platforms Operation. Tommy’s team develops and delivers OEM and custom Ethernet solutions for key customers across all Datacenter Platform Group segments.
In the wildlife reserves of East Africa, elephants, rhinos, gorillas, and other large mammals are hunted by poachers. All that stands between these animals and harm’s way are small teams of park rangers and conservationists. The danger is very real
With a long history of virtualization, innovation, and a clear vision for the future, the Intel vPro® platform offers businesses more secure and performant solutions for today’s challenges. Virtualization is no new kid on the block. And neither is Intel.
If it wasn’t clear before, I think it’s unquestionable now: global online video demand is insatiable. The latest Cisco Annual Internet Report calls out just how big of an impact high-definition video is having on the market. 4K streaming is
The transition from in-person to remote learning has been swift. In less than a week, and in some instances a day, students cleared their lockers or abandoned campuses and were told to learn remotely. Thankfully this happened in 2020 and not 2000. Technology to enable remote learning is
Education In Transition The unforeseen circumstances of COVID-19 are creating new expectations for schools, teachers, parents and students. It has shined a bright light on our education systems and unfortunately exposed some substantial issues. From inequitable access, inconsistent lesson instruction