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During the "Game"-Changer session today at the Intel Developer Forum 2015, Doug Fisher, senior vice president and general manager of the Software and Services Group and Kirk Skaugen, senior vice president and general manager of the Client Computing Group talked about how computing has always been at the heart of the gaming industry and the PC remains the number one platform for gaming. Intel is supporting the gaming industry with computing performance and new innovations, opening up new opportunities for developers. Gamers and developers joined Doug and Kirk on stage, discussing how gaming is extending its influence to other industries such as toys, advertising and eSports by embracing new technologies including virtual reality and Intel RealSense technology for new, immersive gaming experiences. Read the blogs from Doug and Kirk for more details or visit the IDF press kit.


During his opening address at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF), CEO Brian Krzanich talked about his vision of Intel® RealSense™ technology everywhere. He talked about Intel's collaboration with Google in driving innovation in mobile depth sensing by combining Project Tango and Intel RealSense technologies into an Android Smartphone developer kit, which will be available to developers through a pilot program by the end of this year. He also announced that, in addition to Windows and Android, developers will also be able to use Intel RealSense technology on platforms including Mac OS X, ROS, Linux, Scratch, Unity, XSplit, OBS, Structure SDK, OSVR and Unreal Engine 4. He demonstrated a number of technologies including Razer, Twitch, XSplit, Savioke, opentrack, N&W vending machine and mechanical spiders with Intel RealSense technology. Please refer to the Intel RealSense factsheet and Developer Tools - What If Experimental Software for more details or visit the Intel RealSense Pavilion at IDF to experience live demos.

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At the 2015 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, CA, United Artists Media Group CEO Mark Burnett and Intel CEO Brian Krzanich, announced "America's Greatest Makers," a new reality competition premiering in the first half of 2016 across the Turner Broadcasting entertainment platform that builds off the success of last year's Intel 'Make it Wearable' challenge. Offering a $1 million prize, the challenge showcases makers inventing wearables and smart connected consumer devices powered by Intel® Curie™ technology.

Today at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, Brian Krzanich announced the newly expanded Intel® IoT Developer Program by adding Intel IoT Commercial Developer Resources and Kits. The program provides a fast, flexible and scalable path for Internet of Things (IoT) solutions with a comprehensive set of resources, developer kits, tools, knowledge and technical support. Whether developers are starting with an Intel® IoT Developer Kit or the new Intel® IoT Commercial Developer Kit, they have a clear path from prototype to production for IoT solutions that scale in performance with advanced security and easy of manageability from device to cloud. Learn more about the path to commercial IoT solutions in a blog post from Intel’s Bill Pearson.

Intel® RealSense™ Technology Extends to New Platforms and Devices

 

'America's Greatest Makers' Reality Competition to Premier in 2016

 

3D XPoint™ Comes to Storage and Memory Solutions with Intel® Optane™ Technology

 

 

 

INTEL DEVELOPER FORUM, San Francisco, Aug. 18, 2015 – In the opening address at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF), CEO Brian Krzanich highlighted new products, tools and programs that support the growing personalization of computing and described the trends creating new opportunities for developers across an unprecedented breadth of technologies.

 

Krzanich said computing has become increasingly personal, enhancing nearly all aspects of life. "Computers are on our desks, in our bags, in our clothes, in our homes and on our bodies. They are not only growing smarter and more connected, but gaining senses and becoming an extension of ourselves."

 

An ecosystem is emerging around Intel to address these growing opportunities for computing. Krzanich detailed many of the essential products, technologies and tools from the company that will help developers make the differentiated experiences possible.

 

He unveiled a number of updates to Intel® RealSense™ technology  that will bring depth sensing to more devices and applications, and announced new collaborations for securing the Internet of Things (IoT), in addition to programs and toolkits for developers to help speed industrial IoT solutions to market. And, for the highly personalized world of wearable computing, Krzanich provided updates on the Intel® Curie™ module  and previewed a new reality competition program called "America's Greatest Makers," produced by United Artists Media Group* CEO Mark Burnett and appearing across leading networks and properties of Turner Broadcasting*.

 

Each year at IDF, Intel shares its vision for the future of technology innovation with the developers and partners who will create the products, engineer the systems, render the movies, and power the toys and devices that create amazing experiences. Below are key announcements highlighted at this year's forum.

 

IDF 2015 News Highlights:

 

  • Intel RealSense technology will be available on a wide-range of platforms, opening up more opportunities for developers to create new depth-sensing hardware and software. In addition to Windows* and Android*, developers will be able to use Intel RealSense technology with Mac OS X*, ROS*, Linux*, Scratch*1, Unity*, XSplit*, OBS*, Structure SDK*, OSVR*, Unreal Engine 4* and Google's Project Tango*. Also, a number of developers, including Razer*, XSplit and Savioke* announced new platforms, peripherals and other solutions based on the Intel RealSense technology.
  • In collaboration with Google*, Intel is driving innovation in mobile depth sensing by combining Google's Project Tango and Intel RealSense technologies into an Android smartphone developer kit. The Intel RealSense Smartphone developer kit featuring Google's Project Tango enables new experiences, including indoor navigation and area learning, virtual reality, 3-D scanning, and more.The developer kit is targeted for release to select Android developers by the end of this year.
  • Intel is collaborating with Mark Burnett's United Artists Media Group and Turner Broadcasting to create a reality competition called "America's Greatest Makers" that will premiere in the first half of 2016 and showcase makers competing for a $1 million prize by inventing wearable technology and smart connected consumer devices powered by the Intel Curie module.
  • Intel introduced Intel® Optane™ technology, which is based on the revolutionary 3D XPoint™ non-volatile memory media and combined with the company's advanced system memory controller, interface hardware and software IP, to unleash vast performance potential in a range of forthcoming products. Intel Optane technology will first come to market in a new line of high-endurance, high-performance Intel SSDs beginning in 2016. The new class of memory technology will also power a new line of Intel DIMMs designed for Intel's next-generation data center platforms.
  • Fossil Group* previewed three Intel technology-based products2 resulting from its wearables collaboration with Intel first announced in September 2014, including a connected watch running Android Wear. The products will be available in the fourth-quarter of this year.
  • Intel announced a new software platform created specifically for the Intel Curie module2, which includes all of the hardware, firmware, software and application SDK needed to enable a variety of device experiences. Intel IQ Software Kits will support future versions of this platform.
  • Intel's Enhanced Privacy Identification (EPID) technology will be implemented by leading IoT sensor and microcontroller vendors including Atmel* and Microchip* to help secure an increasingly smart and connected world.

 

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Intel, the Intel logo, Intel RealSense, Curie and 3D XPoint are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and/or other countries.

 

*Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.

 

1 Scratch is a project of the Lifelong Kindergarten group of the MIT Media Lab.

 

2 This device has not been authorized as required by the rules of the Federal Communications Commission. This device is not, and may not be, offered for sale or lease, or sold or leased, until authorization is obtained.

Nine Intel employees recently received Society of Women Engineer Awards. The annual awards program recognizes men and women who enhance the engineering profession through contributions to industry, education and the community. Congratulations to the following Intel award recipients: Hussein K. Mecklai (Rodney D. Chipp Memorial Award); Patty Lopez, Ph.D. (Advocating Women in Engineering Award); Joan Tafoya (Global Leadership Award); Lakecia Gunter and Rahima K. Mohammed, Ph.D. (Prism Awards); Barbara H. McAllister (Spark Award); Sumita Basu, Ph.D. and Shaila Murty, (Emerging Leader Award); and Lynda Grindstaff (Fellow Grade Award). Award recipients will be honored at a ceremony at WE15, the world’s largest conference for women engineers in October.

Intel is excited to announce the Intel® Thunderbolt™ 3 controller is one of the first controllers to achieve USB 3.1 certification by the USB-IF compliance program. Thunderbolt 3 controllers can provide two separate ports with USB 3.1 support and dedicated bandwidth of 10 Gbps each, providing more bandwidth than other USB controllers. Thunderbolt 3 also supports 40 Gbps Thunderbolt™, USB, DisplayPort, and power all through a single USB-C connector. For the first time, one computer port connects to Thunderbolt devices, every display, and billions of USB devices.Visit the Thunderbolt Community at the Intel Developer Forum booth 931-942.

In honor of National Navajo Code Talkers Day and the 70th Anniversary of the WWII Code Talker mission which helped to end the war, Intel is proud to support Science Foundation Arizona's Code Talkers to Code Writers Initiative. As part of this initiative, Intel will invest $250,000 per year over the next three years at three Arizona high schools in the Navajo Nation. This investment is part of Intel's $300 million commitment to build a pipeline of female and under-represented minority engineers and computer scientists. Learn more about Intel's progress toward this goal in its new mid-year diversity report.

 

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Jolene Begay is president of Intel's Native American Network, Arizona chapter, and an engineering technician for Intel’s Assembly & Test Technology Development Module. Intel's Native American Network showcases the diversity of Native American culture among Intel employees

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WINDOW ROCK, Ariz., August 14, 2015 – Speaking at a celebration of National Navajo Code Talkers Day, Intel engineer Jolene Begay announces the company's investment in Science Foundation Arizona's Code Talkers to Code Writers Initiative. Over the next three years, Intel will invest $250,000 per year at three Arizona high schools in the Navajo Nation to create pathways to computer science and engineering. Begay was joined onstage by one of the Navajo Code Talkers; Arizona Governor Doug Ducey; Ken Quartermain Jr. of Science Foundation Arizona; and U.S. Senator John McCain. PHOTO CREDIT: Intel Corporation

The Intel Developer Forum kicks off in San Francisco on Tuesday, and this year’s forum is about the growing ecosystem of developers, makers, and gamers who are redefining computing technology. From wearable technology and robotics to intelligent IoT systems, Intel has created an experience that is sure to inspire the developer community. Read more about IDF15 from Intel CEO Brian Krzanich in his blog post.

Today, Intel announced that its Intel® RealSense™ technology is now featured in Autodesk’s latest version of its online image editor, Pixlr*. Intel software engineers worked closely with Autodesk to enable Pixlr to capture 3D image data using the Intel RealSense 3D camera, allowing users to seamlessly extract, replace or enhance the foreground and background in real time (no green-screen required). What used to be a multi-step, time-consuming and somewhat technical editing process is now quick and simple for anyone who loves taking and sharing great photos. Intel will be sharing updates on Intel RealSense Technology at the Intel Developer Forum on August 18-20. Get more details.

Intel today released its first mid-year 2015 U.S. Diversity in Technology Report, the most in-depth and transparent report from a tech company to date. The update details positive, measurable progress in workforce demographics and diversity programs toward Intel’s goal to reach full representation of women and underrepresented minorities in its U.S. workforce by 2020. Intel is tracking to 43.3 percent diverse hires for 2015, exceeding its goal of 40 percent diverse hires for the year, including improvements in representation of underrepresented minorities and women in the workforce and in leadership positions. Rosalind Hudnell, Chief Diversity Officer, offers more insights about the report in a blog post and more information is available at www.intel.com/newsroom/diversity.

Content editors, designers and engineers take note - Intel is bringing the power of Intel® Xeon® processors  to notebook PCs in a perfect balance between power and mobility. Designed from the ground up for mobile workstations, the Intel® Xeon® processor E3-1500M v5 product family, based on architecture code-named Skylake, brings high precision computing horsepower to a notebook and supports key features like error-correcting code memory for enhanced reliability while running critical workstation applications. The new products will be available with certified drivers for key engineering applications and support the unique hardware-assisted security, manageability and productivity capabilities of Intel® vPro™ technology. Mobile workstations featuring Intel Xeon processors as well as Thunderbolt ™ 3 technology will be available this fall. More information on the Intel® Xeon® processor E3-1500M v5 product family will be available soon. Content creators, designers and engineers get ready for more power and mobility.

An Intel survey conducted by Uthink examined the technology needs and expectations across North America of incoming college freshmen compared to their parents’ experience a few decades ago. Although there are several differences between then and now, there is agreement among parents and students today that a new computer is the top tech device needed when heading back to school. However, more than half of the American parents find that the abundance of tech choices offered today—from 2 in 1 devices, notebooks and Chromebooks to portable All-in-One PCs, Mini PCs, tablets and smartphones—can be overwhelming, and nearly 9 out of 10 parents are seeking advice on the type of device(s) they should purchase. To help parents and students of all ages find the devices that best fit their needs this school year, check out Intel’s 2015 Back-to-School Buyer’s Guide. View the press kit for more information.

 

Infographic: Heading to College: Then & Now

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Over 300,000 visitors attend Gamescom in Cologne, Germany and Intel’s at the event this week to announce availability of the unlocked Intel® Core™ i7-6700K and Intel® Core™ i5-6600K desktop processors and supporting Intel® Z170 chipset. These products start laying the foundation for the 6th Gen Intel® Core™ processor family and Intel® 100 Series chipset coming later this year. Targeted especially at gamers and overclockers, these new products are on display with Intel hosting a modding contest showing off the cool and creative things people love to do with the desktop platform. Enthusiast motherboards, OEM systems and boxed channel processors are available now. Read the blog post for more.

 

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6th Gen Intel® Core™ processor family

The Microsoft Surface 3 (4G LTE), based on the Intel® LTE Advanced XMM™ 7260 Modem and Intel® Atom™ x7 processor, the highest performing processor in the Intel Atom™ product family, is now available for purchase at AT&T stores in the U.S., providing the option of mobile-broadband for a flexible computing experience.   Powered by Intel Atom processors, both consumers and business users of Surface 3 will be able to enjoy the full Windows experience, ability to upgrade to Windows 10, great performance and long lasting battery life.  With the Intel LTE Advanced XMM 7260 modem, users will also enjoy constant productivity with 4G LTE connectivity.  The Microsoft Surface 3 (4G LTE) can be purchased for $0 down and $30 per month with an AT&T Tablet Installment plan.

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