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    Intel Corporation, semiconductor chip maker, Santa Clara, California, USA

    Website - intel.com

    youtube.com/intel

    facebook.com/Intel

    twitter.com/intel

    google.com/+Intel

    linkedin.com/company/intel-corporation

    Intel Corporation on Wikipedia

    CEO - Brian Krzanich

    Sr Vice President and GM - Diane Bryant

    Managing Director, Internet of Things - Bridget Karlin

    VP Software Engineering, New Devices - Brian Hernacki

    Divisions:

    Intel Capital, investment fund

    Projects and products:

    Vaunt, smart glasses

    Intel Retail

    Parley SnotBot, drone

    quantum computing

    Intel Nervana NNP (Neural Network Processor)

    Loihi, test chip

    5G

    Chainer, deep learning open source framework

    Intel Tiny Smart Home

    Shooting Star, fleet quadcopter drones

    Virtual reality, merged reality, Project Alloy

    Aero, quadcopter drone

    RealSense Robotic Development Kit

    Loomo (Segway robot)

    Intel RealSense Technology

    MICA, "My Intelligent Communication Accessory", smart bracelet

    America's Greatest Makers challenge

    Musical robots from Intel

    Internet of Things

    Intel Joule platform, Intel Corporation, small package to drive IoT innovation

    Smart City: Intel and San Jose, California, USA

    Intel in Automotive

    Intel IoT Wheelchair

    Intel Industrial Control in Concert

    "Intel Acquires Recon; Eyes Future of Wearables"

    by Josh Walden
    June 17, 2015
    Recon Instruments

    "Intel Acquires German Drone Startup Ascending Technologies"

    by Ingrid Lunden
    January 4, 2016
    Ascending Technologies GmbH

    Altera now part of Intel

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    Wearable Devices - Make It Wearable Challenge by Intel

    Published on Jan 6, 2014

    Intel is looking for the innovators that will design the next big wearable devices. Innovation ideas are everywhere from sharing what you like via what you wear to enhancing your game with muscle memory recall to extending education beyond the classroom with real-time learning. Enter the Make It Wearable Challenge at http://www.makeit.intel.com

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    Inside @ CES 2014: Keynote Highlights

    Published on Jan 7, 2014

    A look inside of the 2014 CES Keynote from Intel CEO Brian Krzanich.

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    Memomi @ Intel CEO Keynote IDF 2015 SFO



    Memory Mirror - The World's first Digital Mirror

    Published on Jan 13, 2015

    "Retail Solution Configuration: Memory Mirror Solution"
    Elevates the experience of style for the luxury fashion market

    MemoMi Labs Inc. - memorymirror.com

    vimeo.com/user3591752

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    Making the Internet of Things Real, Part I: Intelligent Gateways

    Published on Jan 14, 2014

    Intelligent gateways connect legacy systems and provide common interfaces and seamless communication between devices and the cloud in the Internet of Things (IoT). Intel, along with McAfee and Wind River are developing solutions with pre-validated hardware and software to help speed time to market for new value-added services. In part one of a three part series, Intel's Kumar Balasubramanian, Wind River's Jim Douglas, and McAfee's Tom Moore discuss how to take advantage of intelligent gateways to extract value from data and transform business.

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    Making the Internet of Things Real, Part II: Intel Product Roadmap

    Published on Jan 14, 2014

    Intel is expanding its roadmap for the Internet of Things (IoT) with the introduction of the Intel® Quark SoC X1000 and Intel® Atom™ processor E3800 product family. These low-power, small-core SoCs provide a foundational hardware platform for integrated software stacks. In part two of a three part series, Intel's Kumar Balasubramanian, Wind River's Jim Douglas, and McAfee's Tom Moore discuss how pre-certified and pre-validated building blocks can meet custom development requirements and allow a faster time to market for new solutions.

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    Making the Internet of Things Real, Part III: Possibilities in the Internet of Things

    Published on Jan 14, 2014

    Will the Internet of Things (IoT) will be computing's next big frontier? In the final part of a three part series, Intel's Kumar Balasubramanian, Wind River's Jim Douglas, and McAfee's Tom Moore discuss what excites them the most about the IoT opportunity. IoT stands to improve quality of life around the world by unlocking economic gains from assets, bringing innovations from the ecosystem, and through enhancements for how we interact with devices in our daily lives.

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    Jimmy: 21st Century Robot

    Published on Feb 11, 2014

    Conceptualized from the mind of Intel Futurist, Brian David Johnson, Jimmy, the 21st Century Robot is coming to life with the collaborative help a group of talented artists, engineers and designers. As part of the maker movement the intentions stand to usher in a wave of open source robot building where anyone with access to a 3D printer and a little know-how can take the lessons learned from Jimmy and build their own personalized robot.

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