On the surface, the Internet of Things theme of IDF2013 was a good umbrella over Intel’s stated goal of “leading in all the segments” where the company plays. According to CEO Brian Krzanich, this includes portables, smartphones, tablets, ultrabooks, desktops, server/enterprise and a new category Intel’s coining called “2 in 1 convertibles.” The Intel Advantage is all about systems integration, and it’s one the company started at the chip level and can now exploit at the system level in these new product categories. And there was (finally!)a healthy dose of product announcements around security—with concrete and substantive details on how vPro will strengthen the enterprise and Windows-based devices.
John Blyler from Extension Media interviews Jell De Smet, a senior researcher on smart contact lenses, Centre for Microsystems Technology (CMST), imec and Ghent University. This video was shot during the Imec Technology Forum in Oct. 2013 in Leuven, Belgium.
- San Kun: Nice Article
jblyler Hi Steve. Thx for the correction. I mentioned it to the editor and updated the post. Cheers. -- John
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stevesliva Fab 8 in NY is GlobalFoundries, not Samsung. But they are qualifying the same process in Korea and Dresden/NY: http://www.globalfoundries.com/newsroom/press-releases/2011-press-releases/2014/03/01/globalfoundries-and-samsung-extend-fab-sync-to-new-high-performance-28nm-technology-for-mobile-applications
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