Addressing global challenges. Post-pandemic smart cities. A new Intel acquisition boosts connectivity. And modernizing America’s pastime.
When Intel was created, its purpose was to develop world-changing technology. Over time, however, that mission has grown. Leveraging its creativity, expertise, and influence, Intel’s latest Corporate Responsibility Report outlines new plans for tackling climate change, pandemic preparedness, and more.
It’s no secret that the COVID-19 pandemic is going to reshape society for the long term. While the accelerated adoption of technology trends like AI, 5G, blockchain, and analytics is being leveraged now in the fight against the virus, it’s also steering us toward a new blueprint for the smart city of the future.
Wi-Fi has proven itself pretty essential these past few months, as more people need fast, reliable service for work and personal use. To deliver unbeatable Wi-Fi solutions for PC platforms, Intel has acquired Rivet Networks, a leader in software and cloud-based technologies for network connectivity.
America’s favorite pastime dates all the way back to 1869, but that doesn’t mean it’s stuck in the past. Thanks to a growing technology stack for on-premise infrastructure, the Los Angeles Dodgers are simplifying day-to-day operations while modernizing the fan experience (once fans can come back).