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Future Chip Demand Demands Future Capacity

As part of its “IDM 2.0” strategy, Intel hopes to grow its U.S. and EU manufacturing capability and help create a more vibrant and healthier chip ecosystem. And while challenges that have arisen can’t be solved overnight, this means investing now in a diverse, resilient supply chain for a future in which nearly everything becomes digitalized.

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Understanding Edge to Cloud in Retail and Trending Use Cases

In this episode of “To the Edge and Beyond,” experts from VMware and Intel explore popular edge-to-cloud use cases like contactless checkout, real-time personalized promotions, and inventory management that are helping today’s retailers better understand their customers and deliver a better overall shopping experience.

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Catch up With Episodes of the "Winning the Downturn" Podcast

What can be done in order to sustain growth amid an economic downturn? In “Winning the Downturn,” six tech leaders—including Intel’s own Kate Porter—discuss how companies are adapting to the new economic reality. Subscribe today and catch up with all episodes on your streaming platform of choice.

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Are You Ready for Quantum Computing?

In the near future, the computational power of quantum computing will be widely available to accelerate applications and reveal new forms of business value. Yet while quantum computing is still in its infancy, it’s more accessible than you might think. Enterprises can get ahead of the curve now by choosing an experienced partner to help guide them on their quantum journey.

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How Intel Supports a Circular Economy

In order to meet its ambitious goals to achieve zero waste by 2030, Intel continually looks across its business to find innovative ways to recover, reuse, and upcycle. Learn how this “circular economy” approach—which keeps products and materials in use for as long as possible, then gives them new life—helps Intel minimize its operational footprint while delivering value back to the company.

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