Intel public policy advocates policies that encourage new ideas, promote fair commerce, and protect resources. By promoting innovation and competition worldwide, Intel seeks to help people and businesses thrive in an increasingly global economy.
Discusses key issues for US communications policy, including Intel’s suggestions for broadband, 3G and 4G, Wi-Fi policy, and more.
Discusses key issues that Intel supports for US communications policy, including suggestions for broadband, 3G and 4G spectrum, and current and next generation Wi-Fi policy and support for the World Radio Communications Conference 2015.
Explore the background of customs and trade procedures, as well as Intel's support of the trade facilitation agreement and the challenges it faces.
Discover why Intel, which depends heavily upon the ability to move products across international borders quickly and cost-effectively and with minimal supply chain burdens, is a strong supporter of the trade facilitation agreement (TFA).
Describes Intel’s policy principles for developing Internet of Things (IoT) solutions for person to person, person to computer, and person as a computer healthcare, including data standards, regulation, reimbursement, patient records, and security.
Describes Intel’s policy framework for the development and deployment of Internet of Things solutions, including principles for connectivity and interoperability, privacy and security, intelligent analytics and big data, open standards, and more.
Describes Intel’s policy principles for automotive and transportation Internet of Things (IoT) solutions, including innovation and safety.
Describes Intel’s policy principles and framework for Internet of Things (IoT) solutions for the automotive and transportation industries, including support for innovation and competition, safety, open standards, and public-private partnerships.