New ways that data will transform the world around us were on full display at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) January 9-12 in Las Vegas. Intel and our partners showcased the promise of 5G, autonomous driving, artificial intelligence (AI), virtual reality (VR) and more.
Developing embedded devices is becoming more and more complex as sensing, compute, memory and communications technologies rapidly evolve. Here, I’ll highlight some of the challenges of software development for devices, as teams cope with shrinking timelines, scarce resources, and rigorous requirements for quality and performance optimization.
By Melissa Evers-Hood, Intel Open Source Technology Center
Last week, in Sydney, Australia, I attended my first OpenStack Summit. As a relative newcomer to this community, I felt compelled to share my thoughts and experiences from the event.
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Best known as the inventor of the first mass-produced integrated circuits, memory chips, and microprocessors, Intel also delivers business innovation through market-driving programs such as Intel® inside. On Sept. 19th, we announced our latest business innovation, the Intel® Software Distribution Hub (Intel® SDH).