One of the most anticipated sessions at IDF 2013 were the “Intel Envisioned” talks, giving us a sneak peek into what Intel is forecasting for the future of computing. Two of these talks were led by Lama Nachman and Steve Brown, and focused primarily on contextual computing. The last day’s keynote given by Intel Fellow and anthropologist Dr. Genevieve Bell reflected the focus on contextual computing highlighted in these talks, and gave a wider perspective to the entire intriguing conversation.
In many marketing strategies, you will often see product offerings get positioned in a Good / Better / Best kind of framework. Whether intentional or accidental, this morning's keynote followed the same pattern, broken out by the VPs that presented. So let's go through them in order..
Dr. Hermann Eul, Vice President & General Manager, Mobile and Communications Group
I am back in my hotel after the first day at IDF2013. I did not do any of the fun stuff today, but I did work... practiced my session content and in mid-afternoon delivered a session on Meshcentral.com and Intel platform features, it was a lot of fun! Thank you to everyone that attended. Tomorrow I am doing it again, this time two 2 hour labs back-to-back.