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Intel at 50: Innovation Platform for a New Era 2018.07.19

Santa Clara, California, and New York City, USA - July 18, 2018 - In the Future, Computing will Evolve, Adapt and Become More Diverse as It Rises to New Challenges and Opportunities. Computers will work in concert, invisibly across devices, nearby networks and distant cloud data centers in service of individuals. For example, the car may be both the next big game-changer in computers and the planet's biggest data collector. Intel Labs is working with academic partners around the world to look over the horizon and rethink computing itself. Quantum computing promises to penetrate complex problems with seemingly infinite variables if it can be scaled reliably. And neuromorphic technology mimicking the function of neurons and operating on feedback from the environment could be a new model of adaptable, always-on, ultra-efficient computing at the edge.

Bob Swan, Intel's chief financial officer and interim chief executive officer, oversees the ceremony to ring the bell opening trading on the Nasdaq Stock Market on July 18, 2018.
The event at Intel Corporation's headquarters in Santa Clara, California, celebrated the 50th anniversary of the company's founding
.
Photo courtesy of Intel
 

Santa Clara, California, and New York City, USA - July 18, 2018

By Murthy Renduchintala
Group President of the Technology, Systems Architecture & Client Group,
Intel Corporation



• In the Future, Computing will Evolve, Adapt and Become More Diverse as It Rises to New Challenges and Opportunities

Today we celebrate the 50th anniversary of Intel, a company born at the dawn of the technology industry – the advent of the integrated circuit.
Since that day — July 18, 1968 — Intel’s impact has been felt through a progression of tech waves, including the personal computer, the internet and the cloud.
We stand now at the starting line of a new and even more profound digital transformation where virtually every activity will interact with computing.

Intel staffers from around the world and board members join Bob Swan (center, at podium), Intel's chief financial officer and interim chief executive officer, at the ceremony to ring the bell opening trading on the Nasdaq Stock Market on July 18, 2018.
The event at Intel Corporation's headquarters in Santa Clara, California, celebrated the 50th anniversary of the company's founding.

Photo courtesy of Intel
 
Computing is about to become infinitely more diverse.
It will evolve into new form factors.
It will adapt to extreme cost and environmental constraints.
And it will power software and algorithms that are always-on, always-learning and able to excel at specialized tasks.
Think of systems to prevent fraud on a blockchain or to concurrently anticipate and prevent diabetic events for a million individuals.

Dr. Venkata (Murthy) M. Renduchintala is group president of the Technology, Systems Architecture & Client Group and chief engineering officer at Intel Corporation.
Photo courtesy of Intel
 
Computers will work in concert, invisibly across devices, nearby networks and distant cloud data centers in service of individuals.

For example, the car may be both the next big game-changer in computers and the planet’s biggest data collector.

Intel’s Mobileye is already changing cars with driver-assistive technology installed in 27 million vehicles around the world.

https://www.astroman.com.pl/index.php?mod=magazine&a=read&id=2309  

An additional 2 million cars this year will continuously crowdsource very precise high-definition maps for enhanced sensing and localization as part of Mobileye’s evolution to higher levels of autonomy.

Photo courtesy of Intel
 
To help build confidence in these new autonomous cars, we have proposed an open, industry-driven formal model for safe decision-making.

Mobileye’s example is a new kind of integrated technology platform that speaks to the future of innovation.

Production and cleanroom facilities at work in Intel’s D1D/D1X plant in Hillsboro, Oregon, USA in April 2017.
Photo courtesy of Intel
 
In his original 1965
Moore’s Lawpaper, Intel co-founder Gordon Moore wrote of integrating many similar devices to great benefit:

“The future of integrated electronics is the future of electronics itself. The advantages of integration will bring about a proliferation of electronics, pushing this science into many new areas.”

In our generation, we will have the freedom to integrate devices dissimilar in almost every respect: function, architecture, cost, power and manufacturing process.

Production and cleanroom facilities at work in Intel’s D1D/D1X plant in Hillsboro, Oregon, USA in April 2017.
Photo courtesy of Intel
 
As a company, we have been working toward this future for over a decade.

Our manufacturing and engineering expertise produces the products and technologies that are the foundation for the world’s innovation.


Production and cleanroom facilities at work in Intel’s D1D/D1X plant in Hillsboro, Oregon, USA in April 2017.
Photo courtesy of Intel
 
It is critical that we continue to drive breakthroughs in five areas:


Innovative Technologies – Mixing and Matching to Create Something New:
In a world of heterogeneous integration, where value is created by combining powerful but sometimes disparate technologies, invention and investment in diverse intellectual property (IP) portfolios will be increasingly important.
One new pervasive area of technology where we are investing is computer vision – from graphic processing units and vision processing units to domain-specific integrated platforms like Mobileye.
Seeing is difficult for computers, yet advanced computer vision and other sensing technologies and software will enable more natural human-computer interactions.
At the same time, we continue to invest in the next generation of foundational technologies including central processing units across the spectrum of high-performance and low-power; very fast memory; and 5G communications needed for low-latency access, analysis and transportation of data.

Production and cleanroom facilities at work in Intel’s D1D/D1X plant in Hillsboro, Oregon, USA in April 2017.
Photo courtesy of Intel
 

Advanced Architectures and Ecosystems:
Artificial Intelligence-related computing tasks will permeate virtually all data-rich processes over the next decade.
We are inventing technologies and open software tools that will advance the nascent AI ecosystem, making it possible to gain insight, anticipate needs and continuously learn from data at enterprise scale.
This includes new neural network processors, customizable FPGAs in the cloud and embedding AI technologies into existing platforms.
Over the past year, Intel has worked with Google on Tensorflow*, Amazon for MXNet*, and Caffe* to enhance deep learning performance with optimizations for Xeon in the data center resulting in over 100 times performance gains for training and nearly 200 times for inference across frameworks.

Production and cleanroom facilities at work in Intel’s D1D/D1X plant in Hillsboro, Oregon, USA in April 2017.
Photo courtesy of Intel
 

Packaging in New Dimensions:
We are making huge progress to broadly enable heterogeneous integration of computing, memory and communications.
We will connect and stack diverse technologies in tiny footprints tuned for specific power envelopes, providing unique cost and performance characteristics with much greater flexibility.
One processor we are developing connects “chiplets” built in different manufacturing processes using new 2D and 3D assembly techniques to deliver powerful PC performance with the energy usage of an ultra-efficient mobile device.
Testing and verification breakthroughs were also required to begin to scale these new packaging techniques.
Imagine the possibilities as we combine into the most efficient of packages the more diverse capabilities – even data center-class technologies – once miles apart in computing terms or based on incompatible processes.

Production and cleanroom facilities at work in Intel’s D1D/D1X plant in Hillsboro, Oregon, USA in April 2017.
Photo courtesy of Intel
 

New Models for Computing:
Intel Labs is working with academic partners around the world to look over the horizon and rethink computing itself.
Quantum computing promises to penetrate complex problems with seemingly infinite variables if it can be scaled reliably.
And neuromorphic technology mimicking the function of neurons and operating on feedback from the environment could be a new model of adaptable, always-on, ultra-efficient computing at the edge.
We are making strong progress in both.


Natalie Cheung, drone light show general manager at Intel, holds an Intel Shooting Star drone.
In July 2018, Intel Corporation flew 2,018 Intel Shooting Star drones over its Folsom, California, facility.
The drone light show set a Guinness World Records title for the most unmanned aerial vehicles airborne simultaneously
.
Photo courtesy of Intel
 

Securing the Future:
Consistent with our Security-First pledge, we are working on deeper collaboration to identify and address vulnerabilities in increasingly complex technologies.
And we are engaged in industry and academic initiatives like the RISE program at the University of California, Berkeley on new frameworks and technologies to help protect millions of connected people and things relying on assistive technologies and software.

https://newsroom.intel.com/news-releases/security-first-pledge/  

https://rise.cs.berkeley.edu/  

All of this requires commitment to long-term strategies and sustained investment in people and innovation platforms.


Intel Corporation flies 2,018 Intel Shooting Star drones over its Folsom, California, facility, in July 2018.
The drone light show set a Guinness World Records title for the most unmanned aerial vehicles airborne simultaneously
.
Photo courtesy of Intel
 

At Intel, we have acquired innovative companies but we have also increased our research and development spending.

Last year, Intel accounted for over one-third of the world’s semiconductor R&D, or $13 billion, to ensure that we are in a position with the right people and the right technology to lead in this future.

Intel Corporation flies 2,018 Intel Shooting Star drones over its Folsom, California, facility, in July 2018.
The drone light show set a Guinness World Records title for the most unmanned aerial vehicles airborne simultaneously
.
Photo courtesy of Intel
 
On Intel’s 50th anniversary we celebrate the past – icons like our founders, Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore – but mostly we look forward, as they did, with our colleagues and our broader industry and academic communities to create the future, improve lives and solve the world’s biggest challenges.


Murthy Renduchintala

Dr. Venkata (Murthy) M. Renduchintala is group president of the Technology, Systems Architecture & Client Group and chief engineering officer at Intel Corporation.

Intel Corporation flies 2,018 Intel Shooting Star drones over its Folsom, California, facility, in July 2018.
The drone light show set a Guinness World Records title for the most unmanned aerial vehicles airborne simultaneously
.
Photo courtesy of Intel
 

Video
Intel Celebration Rings Bell to Open Nasdaq Trading


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rfngEA_IhH8  


Video
Inside Intel's D1X: The World's Most Advanced Manufacturing Factory


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qo2ywUURSKg  


Intel Corporation flies 2,018 Intel Shooting Star drones over its Folsom, California, facility, in July 2018.
The drone light show set a Guinness World Records title for the most unmanned aerial vehicles airborne simultaneously
.
Photo courtesy of Intel
 

Source: Intel Corporation

https://newsroom.intel.com/  



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ASTROMAN Magazine - 2017.10.26

SHIFT 2017: Intel Hosts Forum to Help Businesses Create New Revenue Opportunities in Midst of Digital Reset


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Intel Pioneers New Technologies to Advance Artificial Intelligence. Announcing Industry’s First Neural Network Processor


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ASTROMAN Magazine - 2017.09.02

Intel Xeon Scalable Processors Accelerate Creation and Innovation in Next-Generation Workstations


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ASTROMAN Magazine - 2017.08.17

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles to Join BMW Group, Intel and Mobileye in Developing Autonomous Driving Platform


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ASTROMAN Magazine - 2017.08.12

Industry leaders to form consortium for network and computing infrastructure of automotive big data


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ASTROMAN Magazine - 2017.08.10

Intel Kick-Starts Mobileye Integration with Plans to Build Fleet of 100 L4 Autonomous Test Cars


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ASTROMAN Magazine - 2017.08.09

Intel Completes Tender Offer for Mobileye


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ASTROMAN Magazine - 2017.06.02

Delphi Joins BMW, Intel and Mobileye Self-Driving Vehicle Effort as Systems Integrator and Development Partner


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ASTROMAN Magazine - 2017.04.10

Intel Collaborating with Preferred Networks in Japan on Deep Learning


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ASTROMAN Magazine - 2017.03.25

Artificial Intelligence at CeBIT 2017: When will machines outstrip the intelligence of humans?

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ASTROMAN Magazine - 2017.03.14

Intel to Acquire Mobileye for approximately USD 15.3 Billion


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2017 Event Highlights - Mobile World Congress 2017


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GSMA Congratulates Winners of the 2017 Global Mobile Awards


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GSA and GSMA Announce Agreement to Collaborate on Spectrum for 5G Networks

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Intel and Ericsson Launch 5G Innovators Initiative with Honeywell, GE and the University of California Berkeley


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Intel's Vision: Smart and Connected to the Cloud


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Tech Leaders Unite to Enable New Cloud Datacenter Server Designs for Big Data, Machine Learning, Analytics, and other Emerging Workloads, called OpenCAPI

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Amazon, DeepMind/Google, Facebook, IBM and Microsoft Establish Partnership on Artificial Intelligence Best Practices


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