Intel’s Krzanich Wows CES Crowd With Wearable Tech

Intel’s Krzanich Wows CES Crowd With Wearable Tech

By Doug Olenick On Jan 7 2014 - 2:04am




CES 2014 Las Vegas - Intel CEO Brian Krzanich followed his engineer’s instinct and gave an old-fashioned, nuts and bolts pre-International CES keynote Monday, revealing a string of technologies Intel has developed and promised that most will see be available in 2014.

Krzanich address was light on celebrities and flash, but he gave the packed-house audience an inside look at what Intel has been working on and believes will be important in the near future.

His main focus was wearable devices that take the concept to the next level.

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Intel’s Krzanich Tapped For CES 2014 Preshow Keynote

Intel’s Krzanich Tapped For CES 2014 Preshow Keynote

TWICE Staff On Sep 17 2013 - 4:07pm

Intel CEO Brian Krzanich
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich


Arlington, Va. – Intel CEO Brian Krzanich will deliver the traditional preshow keynote at International CES 2014.

Krzanich, who took over Intel’s helm this year from Paul Ottellini, will deliver his address at 6:30 p.m. on Jan. 6 in The Veneitian’s Palazzo ballroom.

The keynote is part of the show’s Tech Titans Keynote series, where CEOs present their vision for upcoming product revolutions. The additional speakers will be announced closer to the show, which will run Jan. 7-10 in Las Vegas, Nev.

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Kryzanich Tapped As Next Intel CEO

Kryzanich Tapped As Next Intel CEO

By Doug Olenick On May 2 2013 - 3:12pm

Brian Kryzanich
Brian Kryzanich


Santa Clara, Calif. — Intel’s board of directors today named company veteran Brian Kryzanich as its next CEO.

Kryzanich, 52, will replace Paul Otellini when he officially steps down from the position on May 16 during the company’s stockholder meeting. Otellini announced last November his intention to leave. He will have spent 38 years with Intel.

Kryzanich joined Intel in 1982.

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Intel STB To Use Hillcrest Freespace Tech

Intel STB To Use Hillcrest Freespace Tech

By Greg Tarr On Mar 19 2013 - 12:05am

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Rockville, Md. — Hillcrest Labs’ Freespace in-air pointing and motion-control technology is being used for Intel’s new reference design kit for IPTV set-top boxes and media servers, the companies said Tuesday.

Hillcrest’s Freespace Motion Engine software embedded in the Intel Media Server Reference Design (MSRD) kit will enable TV operators to offer mouse-like point-and-click navigation control of TV programming.

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Intel Adds To Solid-State Drive Line

Intel Adds To Solid-State Drive Line

By Doug Olenick On Jan 28 2013 - 2:28pm

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Santa Clara, Calif. — Intel today unveiled a small-form-factor solid-state drive.

The Intel SSD 525 series is intended for OEMs building Ultrabooks, all-in-one PCs and ultra-thin notebooks.

The drive is 3.7mm by 50.8mm by 29.85mm and weighs 0.35 ounces, or about one-eighth the size of a traditional 2.5-inch hard disk drive. Data-transfer rates are in the 6GBps performance.

The 525 will be available in 30GB, 60GB, 90GB, 120GB, 180GB and 240GB capacities. The 120GB and 180GB variants are already shipping, with the rest expected to follow this quarter.

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Intel To Leave Desktop Motherboard Business

Intel To Leave Desktop Motherboard Business

By Doug Olenick On Jan 23 2013 - 1:00am

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Santa Clara, Calif. — Intel will begin to phase out production of its branded desktop motherboards, effective after the introduction of its next-generation Haswell processor by 2013.

The company announced the decision in an email to the press.

The move is expected to take place over the next three years as Intel focuses on the Ultrabook, smartphone and tablet side of the computing business, the company said. The company said it will continue to support its long line of branded processors and motherboards.

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By Doug Olenick on Jan 15 2013 - 3:00am


Qualcomm Eyes Intel

The laptop took another step closer to irrelevancy this week with Qualcomm’s introduction of its 800-series processor.

Dr. Paul Jacobs unveiled these new quad-core engines during his keynote address on Monday, but what should strike fear into the hearts of those companies that still depend on selling conventional computing products is that the 800 series turns a smartphone into something almost as powerful as a laptop.

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Intel Goes Mobile At CES

Intel Goes Mobile At CES

By Doug Olenick On Jan 7 2013 - 9:03pm




LAS VEGAS – Intel continued its drive into the smartphone, tablet and Ultrabook markets at CES today.

Intel unveiled its “Lexington” Atom processor for smartphones, the 7-watt Intel Core Z2760 processor for Ultrabook convertibles and its fourth generation Intel Core processors, formerly codenamed Haswell. Company executives also showed off a new 22nanometer quad core Atom system-on-a-chip processor that will be in products by the 2013 holiday season.

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Otellini To Retire Next May

Otellini To Retire Next May

By Doug Olenick On Nov 19 2012 - 10:56am

Intel CEO Paul Otellini
Intel CEO Paul Otellini


Santa Clara, Calif. – Intel CEO Paul Otellini said today he will step down from his position in May 2013.

Ottellini will take his final bow during the company stockholder meeting held at that time. His decision will bring to a close a 40-year career at Intel. He took over the reins as CEO in 2005.

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