Wednesday, December 17, 2014

10 biggest moments of Intel in 2014


     Its been another breakthrough year for Intel and the IT industry as a whole, with the Asia Pacific and Japan region once again being a major driver for significant change.

As we look back on 2014, here's a recap of 10 of the biggest moments of Intel:

1. The Target to Ship 40 Million Intel Atom Processor Based Tablet in 2014

      Kicking off the year at CES, Intel CEO Brian Kraznich challenged the company to have its chips in 40 million tablets in 2014- an increase of 30 million compared to 2013. Intel shipped more than 30 million tablets by 3rd quarter of 2014. Tracking more than 250 tablet designs in over 150 countries.

2. Chip Innovation Across Computing Device Form Factor.

     Intel continued to innovate in chips across all mobile form factors. delivering enhanced performance, battery life and features, as well as the lightweight designs for a range of mobile form factors that includes PCs, laptops, Ultrabooks, 2-in-1 and tablets.

3. Fostering Technology for All

     Powering entry and value level smartphones and tablets, Intel announced SoFIA - a new mobile SoC that features an integrated dual core Intel Atom processor and global 3G modem. An LTE, quadcore version will be available in 2015 to take this even better.

4. Intels Rich Heritage

      Intel continues to deliver benefits of Moore's Law through its investments in leading-edge capacity, making higher performance, more energy-efficient, denser and cost-effective. Intel's 14nm  worlds first 14nm technology will be used to manufacture a wide range of high-performance to lower-power products including servers, personal computing deices and IoT.

5. Taking User Experience to the Next Level.

      Intel took perceptual computing to the next level with the launch of Intel RealSense technology. From advance depth cameras enabling precise hand and finger gestures to dual array microphones, 3D scanning, facial recognition and tightly integrated voice control.

6. Rise of the Wearables

    Wearables shipments set to quadruble by 2017, Intel pushed forward in the space through strong partnerships with companies including  Fossil Group Inc. to develop devices across various industries.

7. A connected Future

    With more than 30 billion connected units by 2020, IoT will change how we live. Intel formed a partnership with drive the use of connected technologies across all industries such as  Project Mobii with Ford exploring opportunities for the connected car.

8. Big Data Big Possibilities

     To help companies from all industries turn data into actionable insight, Intel launched Xeon processor E7 v2 and Intel Xeon E5-2600/1600 v3.

9. Tomorrow's Leaders

     Future equipment tomorrow's leader devices enriching their learning experiences, Intel introduce the next Intel Education Tablet and Intel classroom PC reference design.

10. A Better Global Future

      A long side this year's plethora of technical innovations, Intel demonstrated its commitment to enriching the lives of people all over the world with technology.

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