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HP today announced two new HP ProLiant Moonshot server cartridges featuring Intel processors. Powered by Intel’s 2nd generation 64-bit Intel® Atom® processor based SoCs, the HP ProLiant m350 underscores Intel’s 64-bit SoC market and technology leadership by delivering the highest density available in the Moonshot family. The new HP ProLiant m710 server features the Intel® Xeon® E3-1284L v3 processor with built-in Intel® Iris Pro Graphics P5200. The products are another example of Intel providing customized solutions for its partners to address specific workloads. Customers can choose from server options that have been optimized to deliver unmatched performance density for workloads ranging from video transcoding and virtual application delivery to static web hosting. For additional information, view the Intel blogs.

The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) today announced that Intel Corporation CEO Brian Krzanich will deliver a keynote address at the upcoming 2015 International CES in Las Vegas. Krzanich’s keynote is scheduled for 4:30 p.m., Jan. 6.  During the keynote, Krzanich will address what’s next in computing innovation, the forces driving the next wave of consumer technology, and the company’s plans for bringing amazing experiences that redefine computing to life.

Open Bionics founder Joel Gibbard was newly named Britain’s “Young Design Engineer of the Year” for his skills, invention, and dedication in developing a lower cost 3D-printed prosthetic. Open Bionics is one of 10 final teams in the Intel “Make It Wearable” challenge vying for the $500,000 prize to be announced on Nov. 3.


Today, SGI and DownUnder GeoSolutions (DUG), a geosciences company, announced a new SGI custom HPC system featuring a total of 3,800 Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessors, making it one of the largest commercial deployments of Xeon Phi coprocessors. With added compute capacity of up to six peak petaflops, the system significantly accelerates DUG’s turnaround times for processing seismic data. In an industry where time is invaluable, the Intel Xeon Phi-based system allows DUG to test more and faster, leading to better results in a much shorter period of time. This has enabled DUG’s customers to bring their oil and gas projects online earlier, potentially saving them millions of dollars. For more information, please read the Intel blog and SGI news release.

Intel Capital, Intel’s global investment organization, announced its first investments totaling approximately US$28 million in five Chinese companies. The investments demonstrate Intel’s commitment to fostering Chinese technology innovation and accelerating China Technology Ecosystem (CTE) development in smartphones, tablets, wearable devices and the Internet of Things (IoT) market. Read more.

Today Microsoft announced the new Azure “G-series” – designed to deliver the most powerful VM sizes available in the public cloud. The G-series is powered by a high performance, customized SKU of the latest Intel® Xeon® E5 v3 processor. Customers will have access to up to 32 cores, 448GB RAM and over 6TB of local SSD storage, providing significant performance gains relative to existing VM sizes. The new G-series will benefit customers running large SQL, Oracle and MongoDB databases, big data workloads and enterprise applications that demand powerful processing along with large memory and fast disk performance. For more information, read the Intel blog.

E FUN, the fifth largest tablet supplier in the U.S., released its first Windows-based Nextbook, a new Intel-powered 2 in 1 tablet. The 10.1-inch ultra-portable Nextbook tablet leverages the power of an Intel® AtomTM processor for lightning-fast performance and long-lasting battery life, ensuring productivity and constant portability for users. The device comes packed with features such as a free one year subscription to Office 365 Personal, which includes 1TB of OneDrive cloud storage, as well as a detachable POGO keyboard and dual cameras with microphone. The Nextbook will be available in mid-November at Walmart stores nationwide and Walmart.com and in December at SamsClub.com.

Intel and AT&T announced today a new joint research effort in collaboration with notable university researchers and open source contributors designed to enable Software Defined Networking (SDN) in carrier networks. The Intel Strategic Research Alliance (ISRA), established by Intel, will focus on enabling software packet processing and flexible service architectures, while the ON.Lab, with funding from AT&T, will develop open source tools and platforms.

Intel’s LTE momentum continues with more wins from Samsung. The Intel® XMM™ 7260 LTE Advanced modem is in the international version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. In the United States, the XMM 7260 modem is also in the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4” and the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5” tablets on AT&T’s network. The tablets are the first devices in the U.S. with the XMM 7260 LTE-Advanced modem. The international version of the Samsung Galaxy Alpha smartphone also sports an XMM 7260 modem.  The Intel XMM 7260 LTE Advanced modem supports carrier aggregation, Cat. 6 speeds, and support for 22 bands in a single SKU. Devices based on Intel XMM 726x are expected to reach commercial markets in Australia, China, Europe, Latin America, North America, South Korea and other regions by the end of 2014.

Today, Samsung announced the launch of its Chromebook 2, powered by an Intel® Celeron® (N2840) processor. This ultra-mobile device, weighing just 2.6 pounds and measuring half an inch thin, offers premium, high quality performance with up to 9 hours of battery life and brilliant screen quality with anti-reflective technology. Available for pre-order now, and available in-store the week of October 20, 2014, the Chromebook 2 retails for just $249.99. For more information, please visit www.samsung.com.

Intel released the first suite of tools for the development of native applications across architectures, operating systems and integrated development environments (IDE.)  Intel® Integrated Native Developer Experience (Intel® INDE) is a productivity suite of C++ and Java tools and libraries that speed development of mobile and PC applications through code reuse and integrated workflow support. Intel INDE enables creation of Windows applications on Intel® architecture and Android applications on ARM and Intel® architecture. Developers have the freedom to use Intel INDE within the IDE they prefer, including Microsoft Visual Studio, Google Android Studio and Eclipse. Intel INDE also provides developers access to advanced platform capabilities like media acceleration, context sensing, OpenCL 2.0, and threading libraries, with a selection of compilers, analyzers and debugging tools. Intel INDE is available immediately in three editions: Starter, Professional and Ultimate. For additional information, view the Intel INDE announcement blog in the Intel® Developer Zone.

HP unveiled the Stream 7 and Stream 8 tablets, two new Intel-powered tablets that will be available for the holiday season. The cloud-connected, Windows 8.1 tablets will run on Intel® Atom™ processor Z3700 series and include 1TB of Microsoft’s OneDrive storage as well as a one-year Microsoft Office 365 Personal subscription and 60 minutes of Skype credit per month. The Stream 8 tablet is equipped with 200 MB of no-contract 4G data. Unique features include a customizable Start screen, multi-user built in support and HP Connected apps that conveniently locate and bring  together digital content from multiple sources all in one place. Expected to be available for the holiday season, the 7- and 8-inch Stream tablets will be priced at $99.99 and $149.99 respectively.

Today Google unveiled Lollipop, their latest Android offering, and Nexus Player, the first device running Android TV.  Intel worked closely with Google on both projects offerings. Intel helped advance the features within Lollipop, including 64-bit support and the new Android Runtime which provides dramatic experiential benefits to users. Nexus Player is powered by the 22nm, quad core, 64-bit enabled Intel® Atom™ processor (Moorefield) and delivers both speedy performance and a smooth and responsive experience. Check out this blog to see what Intel’s Doug Fisher has to say about the news.

Hands-on Experiences Curated by Intel to Create "Wow" Moments for Shoppers



  • Visitors can explore the power of technology with cutting-edge experiences like 3-D printing, gaming meets augmented reality, digital disc jockey (DJ) remixing
  • Debuts in Oregon, arrives in 50 Best Buy stores by end of October
  • Eight in 10 Americans excited about new technologies, but half of Americans are frustrated by lack of hands-on access



The Intel Experience provides a hands-on experience for Best Buy shoppers to try, explore and play with the latest, cutting-edge technologies like 3-D printing, gaming meets augmented reality, and digital disc jockey (DJ) remixing.

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Oct. 15, 2014 – Intel launches "The Intel Experience" exclusively in 50 Best Buy retail stores nationwide. The hands-on experience zone gives everyone – from tech enthusiasts to technophobes – the opportunity to try, explore and play with the latest, cutting-edge technologies like 3-D printing, gaming meets augmented reality, and digital disc jockey (DJ) remixing.


Seventy-nine percent of Americans are excited about the chance to learn and try out new technologies, but half of Americans are frustrated by the lack of access to these new technologies, beyond what they read about and see on television, according to a new Intel study conducted by Toluna*.


"We wanted to give our customers a new way to experience Intel technology," said CJ Bruno, corporate vice president and general manager of Intel Americas. "It's an innovative way for Best Buy's customers to see, touch and engage with our latest products and experiences."


Intel, whose technology powers devices from PCs and tablets to wearable smart bracelets and car communication systems, will bring a new set of technology experiences into The Intel Experience each season to inspire, empower and create wonder for visitors. The area will be staffed by specially trained Best Buy Blue Shirts. This fall the Intel Experience offers four distinct experiences for customers to explore:

  • 3-D Printing Experience: On a touch-enabled, Intel-powered laptop, shoppers can design their own 3-D model of a robot and experience 3-D printing as featured robot designs get highlighted in the stores.
  • Mars Escape Augmented Reality Game: Use powerful Intel tablets to design and race a Mars Rover. While being immersed in an augmented reality world, the users navigate their virtual space rovers through a physical Mars landscape.
  • DJ Remixing Ne-Yo Experience: Budding musical artists can feel what it's like to perform in front of thousands of fans in an immersive, on-stage DJ experience on an Intel-powered 2 in 1 device. In collaboration with singer-song writer Ne-Yo, shoppers can remix his track and create a full-stage experience through controlling the stage lights.
  • The Product Gallery: Experience the latest laptops, 2 in 1 devices and tablets powered by Intel processors.


"People don't normally have the opportunity to experience the kind of cutting-edge technology that will be featured in these shops," said Jason Bonfig, senior category officer for computing and tablets at Best Buy. "It's a natural extension of our goal to showcase the endless possibilities of technologies and ignite our customers' imaginations."


The Intel Experience will reach across the U.S. from Los Angeles and San Francisco to Austin and Boise across to Annapolis and Daytona Beach. For more information about The Intel Experience, including a list of stores, visit www.bestbuy.com/theintelexperience.



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Atom ASUS, AT&T and Intel Corporation today announced the availability of the ASUS PadFone X mini, a 4.5-inch 4G LTE smartphone powered by the Intel® Atom™ processor and Intel®  XMM™ 7160 LTE modem. The ASUS Padfone X mini is the first smartphone in the United States that is powered by an Intel Atom processor and Intel LTE solution. The PadFone X mini transforms into a 7-inch 4G LTE tablet-like experience when docked into its companion docking station. It will be available in AT&T retail stores on Oct. 24 and in national retailers by November. The PadFone X mini will retail for $199.99 on GoPhone®, AT&T’s branded prepaid service. Plans start at only $40 per month for 500 MB of data and 500 minutes of talk time. View and download the related b-roll.

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