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Intel announces new cloud-to-edge technologies to solve challenges of today and tomorrow

May 12, 2022

Posted by: Shriya Raban

Pat Gelsinger of Intel

Grapevine, Texas, 10 May 2022 – Today at its inaugural Intel Vision event, Intel announced advancements across silicon, software and services, showcasing how it brings together technologies and the ecosystem to unlock business value for customers today and in the future. Among the benefits highlighted across real-world examples are improved business results and insights, reduced total cost of ownership, accelerated time to market and value, and positive global impact.

“We are in the most dynamic global market of our lifetime. The challenges organisations face today are complex and interconnected, and success depends on their ability to quickly adopt and maximise technologies and infrastructure,” says Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger. “Today, we are excited to share how we are applying our scale, resources and the magic of silicon, software and services to help customers and partners accelerate digital transformations in this complex environment.”

New silicon, software and services to fuel digital transformations

The technology superpowers of artificial intelligence, ubiquitous computing, pervasive connectivity and cloud-to-edge infrastructure are fueling unprecedented demand for semiconductors and opening the door to infinite possibilities, from a truly hybrid workforce to entirely new immersive experiences. At the same time, businesses face growing pressures around supply chain, security, sustainability and the ability to adapt to the complexity of new workloads. Intel is working to help address these challenges with the introduction of new hardware, software and services from cloud to edge to client.

Today’s announcements include:

Recognising that users also want the flexibility to tap into compute resources when and where they need them, Intel provided a first concept demonstration of its software infrastructure initiative: Project Endgame. Applications can take advantage of this software infrastructure layer that enables devices to harness computing resources from other devices within the network to provide an always-available, low latency, continual compute service. For example, a demanding GPU workload running on one device can sense and tap into additional graphics processing horsepower from a more powerful machine to enhance the user’s experience. Project Endgame is in development, and Intel will begin beta testing the milestones of the technology this year.

Today’s announcements also included an early look at steps Intel is taking to enable service models across the ecosystem. The introduction of the Intel On Demand service offering helps enterprises meet the needs of evolving workloads, product sustainability and opportunities to scale systems near the data. Currently offered through select partners HPE GreenLake, Lenovo TruScale and PhoenixNAP’s Bare Metal Cloud, Intel introduced a new consumption business model to enable customers to align their infrastructure with their business needs and requirements.

Working together to create world-changing technology

The power and positive impact of Intel’s broad portfolio truly comes to life through examples that show not only how the hardware, software and services work together, but also the deep way that Intel collaborates with customers, partners and the ecosystem.

Highlights from today include:

Greg Lavender

This is just the beginning of news from Intel Vision. Tune in at 9 a.m. CDT (7 a.m. PDT) Wednesday to hear more from Intel chief technology officer Greg Lavender on how Intel is helping address the growing security needs of businesses, plus even more.

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