At SC20, Intel's Trish Damkroger, vice president and general manager of HPC at Intel, shows how Intel and its partners are building the future of HPC today through hardware and software technologies that accelerate the broad deployment of advanced HPC systems.
At Intel FPGA Technology Day, Intel announced the new Intel® Open FPGA Stack (Intel® OFS)
In September, Intel introduced the new Intel® Evo™ platform brand for laptop designs verified to the second-edition specification and key experience indicators (KEIs) of the Project Athena innovation program.
During SC20, Intel and its ecosystem partners will demonstrate how Intel’s high performance computing (HPC) hardware and software solutions can enable the HPC community to continue to innovate, while propelling the industry into the exascale era.
This year, at Intel’s virtual FPGA Technology Day, Intel announced a new, customizable solution to help accelerate application performance across 5G, artificial intelligence, cloud and edge workloads.
Intel, working with the International Olympic Committee (IOC), will extend life-coaching, mentoring, and learning and development services to more than 50,000 athletes that are a part of the Olympic community through the postponed Olympic Games in Tokyo next year.
Intel is partnering with Maricopa County Community College District (MCCCD) to launch the first Intel-designed artificial intelligence (AI) associate degree program in the United States.
In Bangalore, India, 10th grader Rahul Jaikrishna developed Cyber Detective – an artificial intelligence-based model that detects cyber bullying with an accuracy of up to 80%.
Intel and the National Science Foundation (NSF) announced award recipients of joint funding for research into the development of future wireless systems.
Intel announced its support for four athletes who will represent Team Intel on the path to Tokyo 2020. These U.S. athletes are the first group to join Team Intel for the Tokyo Games.