The data center industry needs more young people to join its workforce. AI improves IoT products through fast data collection and processing. Intel supports the PC gaming experience by providing developers with innovative tools. Transformative tech requires an intentional approach to avoid unintended consequences. And Intel’s Unite Cloud Service makes meetings more productive for small businesses and enterprises.
What’s cooler than dad jeans and New Balance tennis shoes? Working in a data center. Everyone thinks the cloud is all that and a bag of potato chips, but cloud computing wouldn’t be anything without the digital infrastructure that powers it. As data centers struggle to attract young talent, the industry is exploring ways to stay relevant.
AI and IoT: Name a more iconic duo—we’ll wait. Independently, both of these technologies are shaping our lives in tangible ways. But with their powers combined, they’re improving products and laying the foundation for new, innovative services. Investment in combined AI and IoT is costly and the challenges are complex, but AI’s ability to collect and process massive amounts of data can improve the operational efficiency of IoT products.
Developers are enticing the gaming community with increasingly complex game mechanics and realistic environments. Intel supports these high-performance games through hardware development, software enablement, and ecosystem partnerships that promote innovation. With a focus on performance and graphics optimization, Intel is giving developers the tools they need to enhance the PC gaming experience.
Powered by AI, industrial agriculture of the future could end world hunger without reaching for the Brawndo (it’s got electrolytes—it’s what plants crave). This is one of several intended positive outcomes for machine learning and AI. But with transformative tech comes unintended consequences. Intel’s Naveen Rao explains the importance of creating an intentional future for AI.
Love ‘em or hate ‘em, meetings are a mainstay of the professional landscape. This week, Intel launched the Intel Unite Cloud Service to modernize collaboration environments for small businesses and enterprises. The new solution offers the same services as the existing on-premise offering, but with the flexibility and cost-effectiveness of the cloud. This low-maintenance manageability enables IT teams to pursue higher technology priorities while making meetings more productive for organizations.