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Today, Intel announced new products and collaborations to help the industry modernize today’s communications networks and build the foundation for 5G. The Intel® Xeon® processor D-1500 product family, Intel® Ethernet Multi-host Controller FM10000 Family and Intel® Ethernet Controller X550 family will boost performance and enable more agile and intelligent networks for rapid delivery of services to both consumers and businesses. Intel also announced it is working with America Móvil, a leading mobile network operator in Latin America, to modernize its infrastructure and is expanding efforts with Red Hat to deliver standards-based solutions to the telecommunications industry.

CONNECTED_2015_HD.jpgDuring a press conference today, Jean-Claude Biver, CEO of TAG Heuer, accompanied by Brian Krzanich, CEO of Intel, and David Singleton, VP, Engineering (Android) at Google, unveiled the TAG Heuer Connected watch with Intel Inside®. The TAG Heuer Connected watch is the first luxury Swiss watch with Intel Inside® powered by Android Wear. It harmonizes computing innovation with 150 years of watchmaking, timeless aesthetics and supreme quality. The chronograph dial mimics the appearance and functions of a true dial in classic TAG Heuer design, but the watch also sends notifications and alerts, provides weather updates, tracks fitness goals, and provides access to the full Android Wear apps universe. For more information on the TAG Heuer Connected watch, check out this blog and view the webcast on www.tagheuer.com.

New Products and Ecosystem Collaborations Will Help the Industry Modernize Today's Networks and Build the Foundation for 5G



  • Expansion of Intel® Xeon® processor D-1500 product family and new Intel® Ethernet Controllers boost performance and bandwidth, and enable more intelligence in the network for rapid delivery of services to consumers and businesses.
  • Intel collaborates with industry leaders globally and announces that América Móvil* selected Intel as a technology partner to upgrade its network.
  • Intel grows its networking ecosystem to drive development and deployment of open, industry-standard solutions and announces collaboration with Red Hat* through Intel® Network Builders Fast Track.


SANTA CLARA, Calif., Nov. 9, 2015 – Intel Corporation announced today new products and collaborations to accelerate the move toward more agile and cloud-ready communications networks that can address today's demand for new telecommunications, cloud and data center services and handle tomorrow's devices and services.


Billions of devices are becoming connected – from smartphones to cars to factories – and that brings new use cases and service opportunities that drive unprecedented growth in network and storage demands. Today's networks are not designed in a way that allows communications providers to quickly or cost effectively expand their infrastructure. To realize the potential of the Internet of Things (IoT) and enhance mobile computing experiences, communications networks need to be re-architected, with increased programmability and built-in flexibility throughout the infrastructure to handle the anticipated increase in volume and complexity of data traffic.


"Networks are facing extraordinary demands as more devices become connected and new digital services are offered," said Sandra Rivera, vice president, Data Center Group and general manager, Network Platforms Group, Intel. "Building intelligence throughout the communications infrastructure and using a standards-based approach offers service providers the foundation to build agile, cloud-ready networks that allow them to expand their services capabilities."


Intel Expands Ecosystem, Product Portfolio to Lay Foundation for Cloud-Ready Networks

Intel is working closely with industry leaders, including Cisco*, SK Telecom* and Verizon*, to accelerate the move toward more flexible and responsive networks today and to lay the foundation for future 5G networks. Intel offers cutting-edge technology that increases network capabilities and bandwidth and is growing an ecosystem to deliver standards-based solutions. Intel announced:


  • América Móvil*, a leading mobile network operator in Latin America, recently selected Intel to be a technology consultant in an effort to evolve its networks to be more flexible, efficient and scalable. Intel will provide support and expertise to América Móvil as it modernizes its infrastructure to accelerate the launch of new services, automate its processes and reduce its network operation costs in Latin America and Europe.
  • New offerings in the Intel® Xeon® processor D-1500 product family provide a foundation for extending intelligence from the network core to the edge for improved performance and lower latency. The eight new processors offer high-performance, low-power and twice the maximum memory of previous generations in an integrated system-on-chip, making them well-suited for various networking, cloud storage, enterprise storage and IoT applications that operate in dense, rugged environments. More than 50 networking, cloud storage, enterprise storage and IoT system designs using the Intel Xeon processor D-1500 product family are in development.
  • The new Intel® Ethernet Multi-host Controller FM10000 Family combines proven Ethernet technology with advanced switch resources for use in high-performance communications network applications and dense server platforms. With up to 200 Gbps of high-bandwidth multi-host connectivity and multiple 100 Gigabit Ethernet ports, it delivers exceptional packet processing capability and significantly reduces performance bottlenecks in moving network traffic within and between servers.
  • The new Intel® Ethernet Controller X550 family is a low-power, cost-effective 10 Gigabit Ethernet connectivity solution that can offer a performance boost to data center servers and network appliances.
  • Intel is actively driving a networking ecosystem and has grown the Intel® Network Builders program to more than 180 companies. In August, Intel introduced the Intel® Network Builders Fast Track to increase the pace of innovation in the networking ecosystem by optimizing hardware and software solutions, supporting technology integration within the ecosystem and driving interoperable solutions.
  • Red Hat* is the first ISV to actively contribute to all key focus areas of the Intel Network Builders Fast Track. Red Hat brings strong expertise in commercializing open source technologies and has a long-standing collaboration with Intel to deliver standards-based solutions to the telecommunications industry. Through the expanded collaboration, the two companies will work together on optimizations to deliver carrier-grade solutions based on Red Hat software and Intel technology, jointly develop solution blueprints for communications networking use cases, and perform interoperability testing of their platforms with other ecosystem solutions.



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ASUS ZenFone 2 Deluxe Special Edition

ASUS today introduced the ASUS ZenFone 2 Deluxe Special Edition, powered by a 64-bit 2.3GHz Intel® Atom™ Z3580 processor and the Intel® XMM™ 7260 LTE Advanced modem. Part of the ZenFone 2 family, the new ZenFone 2 Deluxe Special edition offers a total of 128GB storage capacity, 4GB of RAM and unique back covers. The ZenFone 2 Deluxe, just like the original ZenFone 2, enables seamless and smooth user experiences when gaming, watching videos and multi-tasking. The ZenFone 2 Deluxe Special Edition is available for purchase for $399 at the ASUS Store, Amazon.com, NewEgg.com and B&H.

Intel was included on the 2016 Top 100 Military Friendly Employers list by Victory Media. Companies were evaluated on programs and policies for the military community including the strength of company military recruiting efforts, percentage of new hires with prior military service, retention programs for veterans, and company policies on National Guard and Reserve service. Read more about Intel’s commitment to hiring veterans.

Today at its IoT Insights 2015 Day in San Francisco, Intel unveiled a new IoT Platform reference architecture designed to develop, secure and integrate smart things. The platform delivers an easy-to-follow blueprint for developers to build comprehensive IoT solutions from the edge to the cloud. The latest platform includes new Intel® Quark™ processors to build smart and connected solutions, free software from Wind River that significantly speeds IoT application development, and Trusted Analytics Platform (TAP) to help a variety of industries better manage and gain insights from the massive volume of data generated by IoT. At the event, several companies, including Levi Strauss and Co.*, SAP*, Honeywell* and others, will show how they've utilized the Intel Iot Platform and new silicon to power smart things in action. View the  press kit for more information.

There were a number of firsts at the 16th annual Intel Capital Global Summit. New President Wendell Brooks gave his first public address on the future of the world's largest corporate venture investor. The first-ever Intel Capital Entrepreneur of the Year Award went to Virtustream, whose founders in less than six years took their startup from garage to $1.2B exit (one of Intel Capital's largest). In another Global Summit first, five existing portfolio companies unveiled new products: Altia Systems, Avogy, Braigo Labs, Fortscale and Two Bit Circus. And with more than $22M in new portfolio announcements, Intel Capital is closing in on $500M in 2015 investments, one of its biggest years ever. Follow all the news from Global Summit.


  • Second Intel® IoT Platform reference architecture for smart and connected things enables faster time to market and scaling of IoT solutions.
  • New products for the IoT Platform include Intel® Quark™ processors, free cloud-connected operating systems and cloud suite from Wind River.
  • Customers, including Levi Strauss & Co*, Honeywell* and Yanzi*, demonstrate smart things in everything from industrial wearables to retail to smart buildings, all powered by the Intel IoT Platform.



SANTA CLARA, Calif., Nov. 2, 2015 – Intel Corporation today announced a new Intel® IoT Platform reference architecture and new hardware and software products as part of its effort to build out one of the most comprehensive offerings for the Internet of Things (IoT) marketplace. The platform includes two reference architectures and a portfolio of products from Intel and its ecosystem to address the IoT opportunity. The products include new Intel® Quark™ processors for IoT, free and simple operating systems with a comprehensive cloud suite from Wind River, and analytics capabilities, all designed to build and secure smart and connected solutions from things to the cloud.


"Today, Intel further solidifies its position in the IoT and continues to deliver a comprehensive set of building blocks with a strong ecosystem to address the IoT opportunity," said Doug Davis, senior vice president, IoT Group at Intel. "Intel is making it easier for our customers to scale from things to cloud with new Intel Quark processors for IoT and Wind River's free cloud-connected OS for microcontrollers."


Intel is working with a variety of companies across market segments to scale from a proof of concept to pilot to deployments. Levi Strauss & Co.* collaborated with Intel and implemented a proof of concept for the Intel IoT Platform to address inventory management in three of its stores. The proof of concept allows the Levi's stores to gain visibility into what's on the shelf or what might be running low, making the process of inventory management more effective, so when the consumer comes in looking for that exact size and color jeans, it's on the shelf.


IoT Made Easy
The new Intel IoT Platform reference architecture for smart and connected things is focused on enabling the broad Intel ecosystem to simply develop, secure and integrate smart things. The platform provides a  blueprint for delivering innovations to market faster by reducing complexity and defining how smart devices will securely connect and share trusted data to the cloud. The first company to announce IoT solutions based on the new Intel IoT Platform is SAP*, which will develop its IoT enterprise end-to-end solutions utilizing the Intel platform along with its SAP HANA Cloud Platform*.


New Silicon for Smart Connected Things
Intel's addition of Intel Quark processors for IoT provides low-power silicon for intelligent things. The Intel® Quark™ SE SoC  and the  Intel® Quark™ microcontroller D1000 and D2000 feature powerful processing in an energy-conscious envelope. The new products are in an ideal package for IoT, offering extended temperature for demanding environments and have long life reliability for peace of mind. The Intel Quark SE SoC for IoT offers an integrated sensor hub as well as pattern matching technology to deliver real-time insights from complex sensor data at the very edge of IoT.


To collect data on everything from space utilization to lighting usage in an office building, Yanzi*, a smart building provider, is using the new Intel Quark SoC to develop the Yanzi Plug* and Yanzi Motion*. The plug is an energy monitoring sensor that enables optimized energy use based on space utilization and predictive maintenance in smart buildings, in addition to providing analytics at the edge and in the "thing." The solution results in decreased operating expenses and total cost of ownership of IoT systems in smart buildings.


Honeywell* demonstrated a prototype of its connected worker solution featuring Intel Quark technology. The industrial wearable helps monitor the environments of mission-critical workers like first responders, industrial workers and firefighters. It demonstrates how the integration of data from multiple workers can anticipate unsafe conditions and prevent potential "man-down" scenarios or equipment failures that could threaten worker safety and cause costly downtime.


The Intel Quark microcontroller D1000 is available today, while the Intel Quark microcontroller D2000 will be available by the end of this year. The Intel Quark SE SoC for IoT will be available in the first half of 2016.


Free Software from Things to Cloud

The new offering from Wind River is designed to help makers and commercial developers simplify and accelerate IoT application and device development, with the ability to start building applications in 10 minutes. A critical part of the Intel IoT Platform, it includes free cloud-connected multi-architecture operating systems, Wind River Rocket and Wind River Pulsar Linux, and a comprehensive cloud suite of software-as-a-service (SaaS) products.


From makers to commercial developers, the "things to cloud" solution opens IoT device development to a wide range of individuals who want to participate in the IoT opportunity. It also offers customers a path to commercialization – from experimentation to development to full commercial deployments. With its latest offering, Wind River not only grows its presence in the cloud, but further extends its OS footprint to MCUs.


Unleashing the Value of IoT with Analytics
The value of IoT is truly realized when new insights are revealed from the massive volume of data generated by smart and connected things. A key ingredient to the new Intel IoT Platform is the Trusted Analytics Platform (TAP), which helps make data actionable and can be integrated in an end-to-end IoT solution. Designed for developers and data scientists, TAP is the ideal platform for a range of industries such as healthcare, retail and industrial. It integrates with the Intel IoT Platform reference architecture for data management, protocol abstraction, workload distribution and compute.


Levi Strauss & Co. can now use TAP to gain near real-time inventory insights that help improve accuracy in data collection to deliver an enhanced in-store experience to shoppers. Honeywell is using TAP in its connected worker solution for industrial safety to improve real-time decision-making.


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About Intel
Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) is a world leader in computing innovation. The company designs and builds the essential technologies that serve as the foundation for the world's computing devices. As a leader in corporate responsibility and sustainability, Intel also manufactures the world's first commercially available "conflict-free" microprocessors. Additional information about Intel is available at newsroom.intel.com and blogs.intel.com and about Intel's conflict-free efforts at conflictfree.intel.com.


Intel, Quark and the Intel logo are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the United States and other countries.


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  • Now in its 16th year, Intel Capital Global Summit hosts more than 1,000 entrepreneurs, business leaders and industry executives for networking and company-building.
  • Intel Capital expects to invest more than $500 million in technology companies this calendar year, up from $359 million in 2014.
  • Press conference hosted by Intel Capital President Arvind Sodhani and incoming Intel Capital President Wendell Brooks will be available for live viewing at www.intel.com/newsroom/globalsummit on Tuesday, Nov. 3 at 10:30 a.m. PST.
  • Recipients of Intel Capital's inaugural Entrepreneur of the Year Award also announced.



SAN DIEGO, Nov. 3, 2015 – Intel Capital, Intel Corporation's global investment and M&A organization, announced today at the Intel Capital Global Summit new investments totaling more than $22 million in 10 startups. From disruptive, new wireless charging solutions (Chargifi*) to powerful new ways to digitally model the human body (Body Labs*) and more, the companies joining Intel Capital's portfolio are trailblazing disruptive innovation across a wide range of technologies.


"With today's announcement, we're on track to invest more than $500 million in startups in 2015," said Wendell Brooks, Intel corporate vice president and incoming president of Intel Capital. "Together with another robust group of exits, we're poised for one of the organization's strongest years ever."


Today's announcement was made as the annual Intel Capital Global Summit kicked off in San Diego. Now in its 16th year, the venture capital industry's premier networking event hosts more than 1,000 founders, CEOs, innovators and change-makers for two days of company building, networking, learning and inspiration.


"What sets Intel Capital apart is the way our global network drives innovation across the technology spectrum," said Arvind Sodhani, Intel executive vice president and outgoing president of Intel Capital. "As I prepare to retire after a 35-year career at Intel, I'm proud to say we've built Intel Capital into one of the largest, most successful and most influential venture investment groups on the planet."


In his opening keynote, Sodhani presented the first-ever Intel Capital Entrepreneur of the Year Award to Kevin Reid and Rodney Rogers, co-founders of Virtustream. This award recognizes their ability to build a startup from the garage to a $1.2 billion exit in less than six years.


More details on the new investments, which hail from five countries:


New Communications
FreedomPop* (Los Angeles, California, U.S.) provides disruptive mobile services so no one is left off the "connected grid." Launched in 2012, FreedomPop is rewriting the rules of the American telecoms industry, offering consumers access to free high-speed Internet and mobile phone services nationwide.


LISNR* (Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.) is the creator of Smart Tones, a new communication protocol that sends data over audio using a high-frequency, inaudible technology. It is a digital sound file that turns any speaker or piece of media into a beacon, working seamlessly across physical and digital spaces more effectively than all current solutions in the marketplace, most notably Bluetooth and traditional ACR. LISNR is the latest portfolio company to receive an investment from Intel Capital's groundbreaking $125 million Diversity Fund.


Sckipio* (Ramat Gan, Israel), the leader in G.fast modems, is the first company to announce and ship commercial G.fast chipsets that will deliver up to 2 Gbps broadband the last mile to the home over existing copper wiring.


what3words* (London, United Kingdom) is a multi-award-winning addressing platform that allows people to find and communicate a location more accurately, more easily and with less ambiguity than GPS or postcodes (which don't exist in many countries). what3words works across platforms, can be easily integrated into other applications and presents huge efficiency opportunities for businesses.


Technology around Me
Body Labs (New York, New York, U.S.) collects, digitizes and organizes all of the data and information related to human body shape, pose and motion. Its mission is to transform the human body into a digital platform upon and around which goods and services can be designed, produced, bought and sold.


Microprogram Information* (Taichung, Taiwan) is an Internet of Things solution and service provider that provides turnkey hardware and software solutions and backend information management services for rental bicycles, taxi fleets, mobile point-of-sale systems and others. The company has strengths in e-payment service flow, embedded system integration, RFID/MiFARE familiarity and service support experiences.


Perfant Technology* (Beijing, China) develops imaging and video technologies for artificial intelligence, machine vision, 3-D reconstruction and virtual reality. Perfant's new panoramic camera, eyesir, can be used in tourism, aviation, virtual reality, smart homes, real estate, media, weddings, sports and various events.


Old Problems, New Solutions
Chargifi (London, United Kingdom) is a wireless charging network using power as a platform for enhancing people's everyday experiences. From coffee shops to hotels, restaurants, offices and airports, "Chargifi Spots" form an intelligent network giving people access to power for mobile devices where and when they need it most.


KMLabs* (Boulder, Colorado, U.S.) is a leading manufacturer of compact, high-performance, ultrafast advanced laser systems for research and industrial applications, including multi-photon imaging, spectroscopy, OCT, THz-generation, CEP, micro- machining and attosecond, coherent soft X-Ray and EUV pulse generation. It is the only commercial supplier of a coherent "tabletop x-ray laser" light source. The company's femtosecond (one quadrillionth of a second) laser systems and Ti:sapphire lasers offer unprecedented new solutions for industrial metrology, imaging and materials characterization.


Prieto Battery* (Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S.) is a 3-D advanced battery provider focused on commercializing a patented Lithium-ion battery technology that delivers transformational performance at a competitive cost using non-toxic materials with the ability to customize shapes.


In addition, Intel Capital announced that Parallel Machines*, an early stage company focused on providing highly optimized environments for advancing predictive analytics and machine learning, has joined its portfolio. The company, which has offices in Tel Aviv, Boston, California and Seattle, was founded in 2014 by renowned entrepreneurs with backgrounds in distributed computing, system programming, machine learning and mathematical statistics.


For the first time, this year's Global Summit also offered a showcase for existing Intel Capital portfolio companies to unveil new products.


  • Altia Systems* demonstrated PanaCast, the first personal panoramic 4K video experience for Intel® Unite™, with a 180-degree field of view that enables participants to "look around" the live video with simple touch gestures.
  • Avogy*, maker of the Zolt Laptop Charger Plus – which is smaller and lighter than traditional, heavy "brick" chargers and allows users to simultaneously charge their laptop and two additional mobile devices – announced the device will be available on Nov. 17.
  • Braigo Labs*, founded by 13-year-old Shubham Banerjee, one of the youngest entrepreneurs in the world, demonstrated the capabilities of its Intel® Edison on-chip Braille transcription technology.
  • Fortscale*, a leader in user behavior analytics for enterprise security, showcased Fortscale 2.0, an upgrade of its award-winning solution that results in an unparalleled ability to target and eliminate insider threats.
  • Two Bit Circus*, founded by the son of Silicon Valley legend Nolan Bushnell to inspire the next generation of innovators through high-tech entertainment experiences, demonstrated an interactive installation utilizing Intel® RealSense™ technology.


For details on these new products, visit the Intel newsroom at www.intel.com/newsroom/globalsummit.


This year's invite-only event features distinguished speakers, including Beth Comstock, vice chair of GE* and president and CEO of GE Business Innovations; Tom Reilly, CEO of Cloudera*; and Padmasree Warrior, strategic advisor to Cisco*.


"As all of these exciting investments and new products show, Intel Capital is dedicated to seeking out disruptive innovation around the globe and helping the entrepreneurs behind it achieve new heights," Brooks concluded. "Leveraging the power of Intel's worldwide technology footprint is an advantage no other venture investor can offer at such scale."


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About the Intel Capital Global Summit
The Global Summit is the venture industry's pre-eminent technology networking event. The 2015 Summit brings together more than 1,000 registered attendees from Intel Capital portfolio companies; Intel's global customers and partners; and industry leaders from around the world. The Intel Capital Global Summit 2015 is sponsored by Accenture; Credit Suisse; Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher; IBM; KPMG; Crystal & Company; the government of Canada; Kingsley Gate; NASDAQ; Needham & Company; Silicon Valley Bank; and TriNet.


About Intel Capital
Intel Capital, Intel's strategic investment and M&A organization, backs innovative technology startups and companies worldwide. Intel Capital invests in a broad range of companies offering hardware, software, and services targeting computing and smart devices, cloud, datacenter, security, the Internet of Things, wearable and robotic technologies and semiconductor manufacturing. Since 1991, Intel Capital has invested nearly US$11.6 billion in over 1,400 companies in 57 countries. In that timeframe, 213 portfolio companies have gone public on various exchanges around the world, and 377 were acquired or participated in a merger. Through its business development programs, Intel Capital curates thousands of meetings each year between its portfolio and Intel's partners in the Global 2000. For more information on what makes Intel Capital one of the world's most powerful venture capital firms, visit www.intelcapital.com or follow @Intelcapital.


Intel, Intel RealSense, Intel Unite and the Intel logo are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the United States and other countries.


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Intel has been a long standing board member of the Alliance for Wireless Power (A4WP) and a strong advocate for wireless charging as part of our vision of removing all wires from computing devices. Today, the wireless charging industry organization formed by the merging of the A4WP and Power Matters Alliance (PMA) announced their new name – AirFuel™ Alliance. With 195 member companies including Intel, and growing, the AirFuel Alliance will help align the industry on common charging standards to accelerate the creation and adoption of wireless power technologies. For information on the AirFuel Alliance, please visit: www.airfuel.org.

The Intel® Edison compute module is one of the first platforms to support Brillo, which Google released source code for today via an invitation program. With an easy-to-use, open source development environment, Intel Edison solutions are well suited for makers interested in quick prototyping and fast time-to-market for IoT solutions such as Brillo. Newegg will be offering a Brillo-compliant solution built upon the Intel Edison kit for Arduino. Intel expects to support Brillo on additional SoCs (system-on-chip) and IoT maker boards in the future. Read more on Intel Developer Zone.

Today at OpenStack Summit Tokyo, Intel Software VP and GM of the Intel Open Source Technology Center Imad Sousou, shared progress on Intel's Cloud for All initiative to accelerate cloud adoption by making public, private and hybrid cloud solutions easier to deploy. As part of this initiative, Intel and Rackspace announced the opening of the OpenStack Innovation Center, including the world's largest OpenStack developer cloud consisting of two 1,000-node clusters – allowing developers to test OpenStack implementations at-scale. Additionally, Intel expanded its collaboration with Red Hat, delivering OpenStack-based distribution running on Intel Architecture-based Lenovo servers and with HP on joint engineering and upstream efforts to solve enterprise readiness issues. Click to learn more about Intel's ongoing work to grow OpenStack.

Intel CEO Brian Krzanich ranked #17 on ExecRank's Top Mega and Large Cap CEOs list, an annual ranking that looks at executive performance across key areas including business results during tenure, earnings, and industry reputation. ExecRank is the largest global marketplace for advisors and board members. View this year's ranking, and learn more about Intel.

Fossil today announce the Fossil Q line: a new line of stylish connected accessories that balance fashion and functionality. The products were created in collaboration with Intel and include two types of smartwatches (display and non-display) and two styles of connected bracelets (men's and women's). The entire line is engineered with Intel® Innovation and is compatible with phones running Android* 4.3 and higher, iPhone 5 and above, and connects via Bluetooth technology. The products also include a wireless charging base for stress-free recharging. The entire line will be available online at Fossil.com, Fossil stores and select wholesalers. Read the Fossil press release for more information.


Fossil Q Line


Q Dreamer, engineered with Intel® Innovation, looks like your favorite bracelet but also functions as s a fitness tracker and keeps you connected at the same time.


Q Reveler, engineered with Intel® Innovation, is a men’s bracelet that keeps track of how far you run, notifying you of only the people and apps you care about.


Q Reveler, engineered with Intel® Innovation, is a men’s bracelet that keeps track of how far you run, notifying you of only the people and apps you care about.


Q Grant, engineered with Intel® Innovation, is a watch that talks to your smartphone, tracks fitness, listens for important messages and then alerts you to only the emails, texts, phone calls and app news you care about.

Penguin Computing today announced with Intel that the U.S. Department of Energy's National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) will install Penguin Computing's Tundra™ Extreme Scale (ES) series, powered by Intel® Xeon® processors, to bolster computing for the NNSA's mission of ensuring the safety, security and reliability of the nation's nuclear stockpile. The systems are being procured under NNSA's tri-laboratory Commodity Technology Systems program, or CTS-1, as part of the NNSA's Advanced Simulation and Computing (ASC) program and will serve Los Alamos, Sandia and Lawrence Livermore national laboratories. The Tundra ES series, an instantiation of  the Intel® Scalable System Framework, is based on a high-density Open Compute architecture and features future generation Intel Xeon processors to deliver a peak performance range of 7-9 petaflops. When complete, these supercomputing clusters will be one of the world's largest Open Compute-based installations. For more information, check out the Penguin Computing release.

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