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Intel works with over 250 standards and industry groups worldwide to pursue the latest technological advances. Here are some of the key organizations Intel partners with:
Intel develops consumer electronics standards that impact numerous platforms.
Intel develops standards by working with 250 industry groups.
Intel is helping to accelerate the convergence of communications and networking devices.
Technology Standards - Intel National and International Standards
PCs with Intel® Core™ vPro™ technology enable IT to automatically isolate a network and... (1:12)
Eric Dishman imagines a future with the technology to address healthcare needs at home. (1:26)
Kevin Kahn, Intel, envisions the technological advances of the highway of tomorrow. (1:46)
Lily Mummert describes a future where sensors will see our world better than we do. (1:55)
Manny Vara, Intel Labs, envisions future technology adapting to us, not the other way around. (1:39)
Senior Research Scientist Olufemi Dosunmi discusses the possibility of using light to transfer... (1:15)
Video: Prasanna Mulgaonkar, director of networking technologies lab, envisions technology able... (1:44)
Tomm Aldridge, Intel, explains how Intel’s energy technology paves the way to a brighter... (1:40)
Tips on overclocking: so ridiculously easy, even your grandma can do it. (1:21)
See your peers have to say about the benefits of an ITPP membership. (3:41)
Introduces big data, what it is, why you should care, and how companies gain competitive...
Paul Kent discusses SAS’s approach to big data, how integrating analytics will change the...
As part of the Pecan Street demonstration project, Intel-based servers analyze big data from...
Sentiment analysis on Big Data can be costly, but now that cost can be lowered from thousands...
Steve Shaw and Pauline Nist talk about key Intel technologies for big data at Oracle OpenWorld...