Intel and National Science Foundation Invest in Wireless-Specific Machine Learning Edge Research

What’s New: Today, Intel and the National Science Foundation (NSF) announced award recipients of joint funding for research into the development of future wireless systems. The Machine Learning for Wireless Networking Systems (MLWiNS) program is the latest in a series of joint efforts between the two partners to support research that accelerates innovation with the focus of enabling ultra-dense wireless systems and architectures that meet the throughput, latency and reliability requirements of future applications. In parallel, the program will target research on distributed machine learning computations over wireless edge networks, to enable a…

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Sharpening Our Research Focus for the Needs of a Post-Pandemic World

By Rich Uhlig We’re at a significant inflection point in human history with a global pandemic dramatically reshaping how we work, connect and engage with each other. It’s not an exaggeration to say that this moment will have long-lasting and far-reaching effects — on economies, communities and how we approach technology innovation and investments for years to come. With over 700 researchers and expertise spanning multiple interdisciplinary domains, Intel Labs sees moments like these as an invitation to further sharpen our focus on disciplined innovation where it counts the most.…

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Intel RealSense Depth Camera D455: Twice the Range, Better Performance

» Download all images (ZIP, 7 MB) What’s New: Today, Intel introduced the Intel® RealSense™ Depth Camera D455, a new stereo-based depth camera equipped with a longer range and increased precision that achieves twice the range of previous generation models. The D455 grants developers the freedom to design vision-based solutions that give devices the ability to see, understand, interact with and learn from their environments. “The Intel RealSense family of products now offers developers more choices. The D455 expands the capabilities of our stereo camera line allowing us to address a…

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2020 VLSI Symposia: Intel Showcases Intelligent Edge and Energy-Efficient Performance Research

What’s New: This week at the 2020 Symposia on VLSI Technology and Circuits, Intel will present a body of research and technical perspectives on the computing transformation driven by data that is increasingly distributed across the core, edge and endpoints. Chief Technology Officer Mike Mayberry will deliver a plenary keynote, “The Future of Compute: How Data Transformation is Reshaping VLSI,” that highlights the importance of transitioning computing from a hardware/program-centric approach to a data/information-centric approach. “The sheer volume of data flowing across distributed edge, network and cloud infrastructure demands energy-efficient, powerful processing…

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Intel Hybrid Processors: Uncompromised PC Experiences for Innovative Form Factors Like Foldables, Dual Screens

What’s New: Today, Intel launched Intel® Core™ processors with Intel® Hybrid Technology, code-named “Lakefield.” Leveraging Intel’s Foveros 3D packaging technology and featuring a hybrid CPU architecture for power and performance scalability, Lakefield processors are the smallest to deliver Intel Core performance and full Windows compatibility across productivity and content creation experiences for ultra-light and innovative form factors. “Intel Core processors with Intel Hybrid Technology are the touchstone of Intel’s vision for advancing the PC industry by taking an experience-based approach to designing silicon with a unique combination of architectures and…

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Intel Announces 2020 US Partner of the Year Awards for Excellence in Accelerating Innovation

What’s New: Today Intel recognized the outstanding achievements of 30 partners with the distinction of Partner of the Year at its Intel Partner Connect 2020 virtual conference. The Partner of the Year awards honor Intel partners demonstrating excellence in technology innovation, go-to-market strategizing, sales growth and marketing. “We appreciate each of our partners for their continued collaboration to bring new technologies to life for our customers. The shared results from 2019 demonstrate our strong partnerships and collective mission to bring innovative solutions to businesses and organizations across the world.” – Greg…

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‘Where Tomorrow Begins’: Intel’s Components Research Labs

Walk into Intel’s Components Research (CR) labs in Oregon and you see an overhead sign: “This is where tomorrow begins.” CR scientists and engineers invent and develop novel materials used in Intel microprocessors, system-on-chip products and 5G devices. They are always improving transistor and system performance and overcoming the problems of physics that arise as chips’ features shrink to the atomic scale. That often requires inventing exotic materials – creating new chemical compounds, in some cases – to build the extremely thin computer chip layers that are crafted one atom…

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