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Today, Cloudian announced a cooperation with Intel and Penguin Computing to deliver an ultra low power, high density cloud storage solution based on 22nm Intel® Atom™ processor C2000 SoC. The new scale-out, multi-datacenter capable system will be built by Penguin Computing and sold as a bundled turnkey solution for OpenStack users.

Today Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory together with Cray and Intel announced a unique high-performance computing cluster called "Catalyst" aimed to serve research scientists in providing a proving ground for new HPC and big data technologies and architectures. "Catalyst", made of 324 nodes powered by the latest 12-core Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2695v2 product family will deliver 150 teraflops of performance. Additionally, installed Intel SSD-based NVRAM storage of 800GB per compute node and 3.2 terabytes per Lustre node will allow for exploration of new approaches to big data analytics, application check-pointing and in-situ visualization.


  • Intel® XMM™ 7160 LTE modem is now shipping in the 4G version of the Samsung GALAXY Tab 3 (10.1) – available in Asia and Europe.
  • Intel® XMM™ 7160 provides multimode (2G/3G/4G LTE) voice and data with simultaneous support for 15 LTE bands for global LTE roaming.
  • Intel announces PCIe M.2 LTE wireless data modules expected to ship in 2014 tablet and Ultrabook™ designs from leading manufacturers.



SANTA CLARA, Calif., Oct. 30, 2013 – Intel Corporation today announced the commercial availability of its multimode, multiband 4G LTE solution. The Intel® XMM™ 7160 platform is featured in the LTE version of the Samsung GALAXY Tab 3 (10.1)*, now available in Asia and Europe.


Intel has also expanded its portfolio of 4G LTE connectivity solutions, introducing PCIe (PCI Express) M.2 modules for 4G connected tablets, Ultrabooks™ and 2 in 1 devices as well as an integrated radio frequency (RF) transceiver module, the Intel® SMARTi™ m4G. These new products make it simple, efficient and cost effective for device manufacturers to add high performance wireless connectivity to their product designs.


"As LTE networks expand at a rapid pace, 4G connectivity will be an expected ingredient in devices from phones to tablets as well as laptops," said Hermann Eul, vice president and general manager of Intel's Mobile and Communications Group. "Intel is providing customers an array of options for fast, reliable LTE connectivity while delivering a competitive choice and design flexibility for the mobile ecosystem."


The commercial availability of the Intel XMM 7160 solution follows successful interoperability testing with major infrastructure vendors and tier-one operators across Asia, Europe and North America. The Intel XMM 7160 is one of the world's smallest and lowest-power multimode, multiband LTE solutions for phones and tablets. The solution provides seamless connectivity across 2G, 3G and 4G LTE networks,supports 15 LTE bands simultaneously and is voice-over LTE (VoLTE) capable. It features a highly configurable RF architecture, running real-time algorithms for envelope tracking and antenna tuning that enables cost-efficient multiband configurations, extended battery life and global LTE roaming in a single SKU.


Intel offers a broad portfolio of mobile platform solutions including SoCs, cost-optimized integrated circuits, reference designs and feature-rich software stacks supporting 2G, 3G and 4G LTE. Building on the Intel XMM 7160 platform, Intel today announced two multimode LTE solutions that pave the way for 4G connected devices in a variety of form factors.


New Intel PCIe M.2 LTE Modules and Intel SMARTi m4G Solution
Intel introduced Intel PCIe M.2 LTE modules, which are small, cost-effective, embedded modules in a standardized form factor for adding multimode (2G/3G/4G LTE) data connectivity across a variety of device types. The Intel M.2 module supports peak downlink speeds of 100Mbps over LTE. The modules support up to 15 LTE frequency bands for global roaming. In addition, those modules also feature support for Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) based on the Intel CG1960 GNSS solution.


For manufacturers, the M.2 module makes it simple to add 4G connectivity to their designs while reducing integration and certification expenses, and improving time-to-market. The M.2 module is currently undergoing interoperability testing with tier-one global service providers. Intel M.2-based modules will soon be available from Huawei*, Sierra Wireless* and Telit*. These modules are expected to ship globally in 2014 tablet and Ultrabook designs from leading manufacturers.


In addition to the new M.2 LTE module, Intel also offers the new Intel SMARTi m4G - a highly integrated radio transceiver module. The Intel SMARTi m4G was developed in cooperation with Murata* and integrates the Intel SMARTi 4G transceiver with most front-end components in one LTCC (low temperature co-fired ceramic) package. When paired with the Intel® X-GOLD™ 716 baseband, manufacturers can meet the certification requirements of service providers with minimal design cycles in an easy-to-place, low-profile solution. With the Intel SMARTi m4G, the overall component count can be reduced by more than 40 components and the required PCB area is reduced up to 20 percent.


Intel plans to deliver next-generation LTE solutions, including the Intel® XMM™ 7260 in 2014. The Intel XMM 7260 adds LTE Advanced features, such as carrier aggregation, faster speeds and support for both TD-LTE and TD-SCDMA. More information about Intel's mobile communications solutions is available at http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/wireless-products/mobile-communications.html.


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. Additional information about Intel is available at newsroom.intel.com and blogs.intel.com.


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Intel Research Finds Older PCs Reduce Employee Productivity, Raise Maintenance Costs, May Increase Security Risks



  • Small businesses are keeping PCs longer than in previous years, generating higher repair costs that can equal or exceed the price of new PCs.
  • Forty-two working hours are lost when an older PC needs repair.
  • Forty-seven percent of small businesses are unaware of Microsoft ending service support for Windows XP*.



SANTA CLARA, Calif., Oct. 29, 2013 – On average, small business workers lose more than one work week per year due to old PCs, according to a recent multi-country study commissioned by Intel Corporation and conducted by Techaisle.


The Intel Small Business PC Refresh Study surveyed 736 small businesses in Brazil, China, Germany, India, Russia and the United States to gauge the state of their PC equipment. According to the findings, small businesses are holding onto PCs significantly beyond the recommended refresh date, with more than 36 percent owning PCs that are more than 4 years old. These machines require more maintenance, exerting a greater toll on employee productivity and higher equipment costs than the purchase of a new machine.


"Upgrading to new PCs is one of the wisest choices a small business can make," said Rick Echevarria, vice president of PC Client Group and general manager of Business Client Platform Division at Intel. "PCs are largely considered the foundation for many of these companies, and this study makes a clear cut case for refreshing them on a regular basis."


Key findings from the research:

  • Older PCs negatively impact work performance – On average, employees lose 21 more hours by using a PC that is 4 years or older due to time needed for repairs, maintenance and security issues as compared to PCs that are less than 4 years old. Repair and maintenance is 1.5 times more frequent on PCs that are 4 years or older.
  • Repair costs for older PCs either equal or exceed the purchase price of new PCs – Small businesses are spending an average of $427 to repair a PC that is 4 years or older. This is 1.3 times the repair cost of PCs that are less than 4 years old.
  • Security risks and other costs will increase in 2014 – Forty-seven percent of respondents were unaware that Microsoft is ending service support for the popular Windows XP* platform, placing a higher maintenance burden directly on small businesses. Moreover, since automatic updates will no longer be provided to help protect PCs, valuable business data is more vulnerable to security risks and viruses.
  • Small businesses in the United States are using the oldest PCs – Of the countries surveyed, 8 percent of small businesses in the United States are running PCs that are 5 years or older, in contrast to only 5 percent of small businesses worldwide and 1 percent in India.


New Intel-Powered PCs Are Lifting the Burdens of Small Businesses
New 2 in 1s, all-in-ones, desktop PCs and Ultrabooks powered by 4th generation Intel® Core™ vPro™ processors offer businesses lower total cost of ownership, better battery life and faster performance for business productivity applications over 4-year-old systems. Additionally, an alternative to Intel Core vPro processors, PCs with Intel® Small Business Advantage (SBA) can automate maintenance for small businesses without a dedicated IT staff.


Survey Methodology
The Intel Small Business PC Refresh Study was conducted by Techaisle on behalf of Intel in April. A total of 736 small businesses (1-99 employees) based in Brazil, China, Germany, India, Russia and the United States completed a 20-minute questionnaire. Respondents consisted of IT decision makers with a sampling quota fixed by employee size categories. Results on this study prepared by TechAisle are available for download at intel.com.





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. Additional information about Intel is available at newsroom.intel.com and blogs.intel.com.


Intel is a trademark of Intel Corporation in the United States and other countries.


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

The Consumer Electronics Association's 20th Annual CE Holiday Purchase Patterns Study was released this week. The study found that almost 9 in 10 gift givers intend to buy consumer electronics (CE) as gifts this year. Tablets and laptops are the top two CE holiday gifts for adults, and they round out the top four holiday gifts for teens (behind video game consoles and smartphones). There are a number of different devices to choose from this holiday season, at a variety of price points, including incredible tablets with Intel level performance as well as 4th generation Intel Core-powered 2 in 1 devices (a laptop and tablet in one sleek device) with epic battery life and stunning graphics. Need help finding the perfect device for you or that special someone on your holiday list? Check out the Intel product finder.

Announced recently, the supercomputer located in BP's Center for High-Performance Computing in Houston will be the world's largest installation for commercial research. 2.2 Petaflops of computing power is delivered by 10,864 Intel® Xeon® processors (5432 nodes, 96,992 cores) and is aimed to enhance BP’s ability to find new energy resources by reducing the time needed to analyze massive quantities of seismic data, and enabling more detailed in-house modeling of rock formations before drilling begins. The supercomputer also relies on support of a Lustre-based storage system with over 100 petabytes of storage space.

16 Companies Spanning Nine Countries Receive Funding, Company Building Resources



  • Intel Capital announced 16 new investments spanning 9 countries and totaling $65 million.
  • More than 1,000 CEOs, global business executives and industry influencers gather at the 14th annual Intel Capital Global Summit to foster collaboration, innovation and growth.



SAN DIEGO, Oct. 22, 2013 – Intel Capital, Intel Corporation's global investment and M&A organization, is announcing investments in 16 new technology companies totaling $65 million. Spanning nine countries, the investments will help drive innovations in the cloud, datacenter, mobile technologies and consumer-related services.


Announced at the 14th annual Intel Capital Global Summit held in San Diego, the new investments are part of Intel Capital's mission of cultivating global innovation by providing entrepreneurs with the resources necessary to scale from startup to global corporation level.


Designed to create growth opportunities for Intel Capital portfolio companies through structured networking, the Intel Capital Global Summit includes a full agenda of keynote presentations, expert panels and more than 2,000 targeted meetings between portfolio company CEOs and key business executives. Portfolio companies attending past Global Summits have gone on to sign business deals with leading corporations across a wide range of industries.


"The annual Intel Capital Global Summit brings together our vast worldwide network of decision-making Fortune 1000 executives with our portfolio company CEOs to network, exchange ideas and kick start partnerships and business deals," said Arvind Sodhani, president of Intel Capital and Intel executive vice president. "We are also excited to announce new investments in these 16 innovative companies and look forward to supporting them with our unmatched company-building programs like the Intel Capital Technology Days."


The investments include cloud consultancy CloudFX (Singapore); cloud storage software provider Cloudian (Japan/USA); community website and services platform CSDN (China); 3-D software developer DotProduct (USA); cloud file service Fileforce (Japan); interactive video platform Interlude (Israel); high-speed connectivity products company Lintes Technologies (Taiwan); mobile news syndicator Mobiles Republic (France/USA); business continuity and disaster recovery platform Perpetuuiti TechnoSoft Services (Singapore/India); visual merchandising and analytics solutions Prism Skylabs (USA); hybrid storage provider Reduxio Systems (Israel); chip simulation acceleration Rocketick (Israel); car rental company Savaari Car Rentals (India); semiconductor materials developer SBA Materials (USA); open source database solutions SkySQL (Finland); and wireless electricity developer WiTricity (USA).


More on the New Investments:
CloudFX (Singapore) provides cloud strategy consulting and implementation services, enabling enterprise and service providers to reduce IT expense and operational complexity while optimizing IT and business strategy alignment. CloudFX has transformed some of Asia's largest companies by re-architecting entire IT infrastructures, streamlining IT operational management processes and providing advanced cloud service management, automation and integration services.


Cloudian (Japan/United States) specializes in cloud storage software. Cloudian® is an S3-compatible object storage platform that enables service providers and enterprises to deploy reliable, affordable and scalable storage clouds on-premise. Cloudian is actively partnering with leading cloud computing environments including Citrix Cloud Platform, Apache CloudStack and OpenStack, along with cloud on-ramp providers and the vast ecosystem of tools and applications afforded through true S3 compatibility.


CSDN (China) is the largest community website and services platform for IT professionals in China, with more than 27 million registered users and 500,000 enterprise partner members. The company provides knowledge, career and development services and owns several leading brands including Chinese IT technology online communities CSDN and ITeye, Chinese IT professional journal Programmer, China IT senior managers community CTO Club, China mobile developer community CMDN, code hosting and social coding cloud platform CODE and IT recruiting website Pongo.


DotProduct (United States) develops high performance software for real-time capturing and processing of 3-D data on Android tablets. Use cases for the company's Phi.3D software range from creating 3-D documentation for capital asset construction to documenting crime scenes to imaging movies sets for gaming and entertainment applications. DotProduct's technology is designed to take full advantage of rapidly increasing tablet computing performance as well as emerging 3-D sensor technologies.


Wayz Japan (Fileforce) (Japan) provides a secure and scalable cloud file service for businesses of any size. Fileforce enables enterprises to safely store and securely manage, access, share and organize their business files anywhere and any device.


Interlude (Israel) provides a platform for creating interactive videos in which viewers can affect the course of a video in real time resulting in a highly engaging, seamless viewing experience. With the recent launch of Interlude's self service authoring suite --Treehouse -- video creators can now unleash their creativity as they map, build and publish Interlude videos on Web, mobile and social platforms.


Lintes Technologies (Taiwan) provides innovative high-speed connectivity products that expand PC and server capabilities and performance with leading-edge data transfer and communication technologies. Lintes combines advanced custom design capabilities and leading manufacturing capabilities. Products include Thunderbolt peripherals with electrical/optical cable and the Active Link for data center application which cover the data rate from 10 Gb/s to 100 Gb/s.


Perpetuuiti TechnoSoft Services (Singapore/India) offers real-time visibility and "availability management" of business continuity planning/disaster recovery (BCP/DR) infrastructure. The "continuity platform" fully automates BCP/DR processes and brings visibility tied to business impact, allowing single click BCP/DR invocation. Its products work with a variety of complex heterogeneous IT environments, orchestrating continuity and recovery procedures for virtual and physical computing resources across data centers.


Prism Skylabs (United States) helps companies visually understand and optimize offline commerce. Its unique cloud service transforms any video camera into a visual merchandising, auditing and business intelligence tool that can be accessed from any device. Some of the world's largest retailers, CPGs, supermarkets, malls and convenience stores use Prism Skylabs to gain insight into their business and to build and maintain the ideal experience for their customers.


Reduxio Systems (Israel) builds a next-generation storage platform that provides capacity savings and infinite data recoverability through unique real-time primary storage deduplication and protection technologies.


Rocketick (Israel) is active in software simulation acceleration for chip verification. Rocketick's flagship product, RocketSim is a GPU-based software solution that seamlessly attaches to existing simulators and accelerates them by an order of magnitude, thus enabling chip manufacturers to reduce time-to-market of new designs.


Savaari Car Rentals (India) is an online car rental company, offering car rentals across 60 cities in India to both retail and corporate customers.


SBA Materials (United States) develops nano-porous dielectrics. SBA's patented Liquid Phase Self Assembly technology enables the design of advanced siloxane-based materials with a broad range of porosities and a unique combination of electrical, optical and mechanical properties. This unique class of materials has applications in significant markets ranging from energy storage to high-performance logic chips. SBA's low-k dielectric has the potential to improve the performance of advanced chips used in mobile devices while significantly reducing their power consumption.


SkySQL (Finland) is a global software vendor specializing in high availability and high-performance SQL. SkySQL products and services bring ease-of-use and assistance 24/7 while providing an effective way to increase database productivity, reduce downtime, augment existing resources and prevent vendor lock-in. SkySQL was founded in 2010 and has more than 350 customers in more than 30 countries worldwide.


WiTricity (United States) specializes in wireless electricity delivered over distance. The company was founded in 2007 to commercialize technology for wireless electricity. With a growing list of global clients in industries including consumer electronics, automotive, medical devices and defense, WiTricity has emerged as a leading expert in highly resonant wireless power transfer.


Other investments, subject to satisfaction of closing conditions:
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About the Intel Capital Global Summit
The Intel Capital Global Summit is Intel Capital's pre-eminent technology networking event. The 2013 event 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 2013 is sponsored by Aon Corporation, Archpoint Partners, Bingham McCutchen, Credit Suisse, Gibson Dunn & Crutcher, KPMG, Morrison & Foerster, NASDAQ OMX, Needham, Silicon Valley Bank, Strategic Executive Search Group and TriNet.


About Intel Capital
Intel Capital, Intel's global investment and M&A organization, makes equity investments in innovative technology start-ups and companies worldwide. Intel Capital invests in a broad range of companies offering hardware, software, and services targeting enterprise, mobility, consumer Internet, digital media and semiconductor manufacturing. Since 1991, Intel Capital has invested more than US$11 billion in over 1,322 companies in 54 countries. In that timeframe, 204 portfolio companies have gone public on various exchanges around the world and 336 were acquired or participated in a merger. In 2012, Intel Capital invested US$352 million in 150 investments with approximately 57 percent of funds invested outside North America. For more information on Intel Capital and its differentiated advantages, visit www.intelcapital.com or follow @Intelcapital.


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


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

Today Intel announced the Intel Parallel Computing Center program aimed to accelerate the creation of open standard, portable and scalable parallel applications by combining computational science, hardware, programmer tools, compilers and libraries, with domain knowledge and expertise. The first five centers are CINECA, Purdue University, Texas Advanced Computing Center at the University of Texas (TACC), The University of Tennessee, and Zuse Institut Berlin (ZIB). Raj Hazra, vice president and general manager of Technical Computing Group at Intel, shares his thoughts about this new initiative in his blog. Also James Reinders, from Intel Software Solutions Group talks about top 3 concerns he hears from programmers and how IPCC can help addressing them.

Detailing our support of cross-platform app development and open standards-based ecosystems, Intel vice president Christos Georgiopoulos announced availability of Intel® XDK NEW during his keynote today at HTML5DevCon. The next-generation HTML5 cross-platform toolkit for Web and Hybrid apps will help enable developers to create innovative apps and shorten time from idea to app store. Enhancements include a streamlined workflow, a new integrated editor designed specifically for HTML5, a new round-trip UI-builder tool to help simplify responsive design, and expanded API support. With Intel XDK NEW, developers can more easily create and deploy Android, iOS, Microsoft Windows Phone 8, Windows 8 Store, Chrome OS, and Tizen store-ready apps. Intel XDK NEW is now available as a free download for Windows, OS X and Ubuntu Linux.

Intel Capital President Arvind Sodhani will host a press conference on Tuesday, Oct. 22 at 1:00 p.m. PDT from the 14th annual Intel Capital Global Summit. Watch the news conference streamed live and submit questions for the Q&A session. Intel Capital Global Summit is a two-day conference that brings together more than 1,000 Intel Capital CEOs and Fortune 1000 business executives to network, exchange ideas and kick-start partnerships and business deals. Get more information on this annual event.

The Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers today announced that Intel joined their Standards Program’s Sustainability Management Subcommittee. As part of that group, Intel will help drive solutions to reduce energy consumption and costs, increase service availability, extend equipment service life and optimize the use of available power within cable networks and related operational facilities. Get more information.

Intel released the Intel Innovation Barometer today that reveals a shift in technology optimism. Unlike their reputation as digital natives, the majority of millennials agree technology makes people less human and society relies on it too much. However, technology enhances their personal relationships and improves important aspects of society. Globally, women over the age of 45 are more likely than younger women to advocate for technology; they think technology contributes to a country’s well-being and say that we don’t use technology enough.

Intel Research Reveals Changing Tech Advocates and Attitudes: Millennials are Tough on Technology, Women Carry the Tech Torch and Digital Affluents Share Wealth of Data



  • Fifty-nine percent of millennials say people are over-reliant on technology, believe it makes users less human and desire technology that is more personal and knows their habits. In exchange, millennials are willing to share their digital information with others.
  • Globally, women over the age of 45 are more likely than younger women to advocate for technology, say people don't use it enough and believe it contributes to a country's well-being.
  • Higher-income individuals worldwide are more likely to share their information anonymously and allow monitoring of their work habits.



SANTA CLARA, Calif., Oct. 17, 2013 – A new study commissioned by Intel Corporation and conducted by Penn Schoen Berland examining global attitudes toward technology innovation challenges existing perceptions on technology champions and hotspots. The research reveals millennials (ages 18 to 24) are the least enthusiastic about technology today yet are optimistic for future technology that delivers a more personalized experience, while women in emerging markets are the most optimistic about innovations in technology.


Millennial Malaise: Young Adults Want More Personal Put in Computing
The "Intel Innovation Barometer" reveals millennials globally show a stark contrast to their reputation as digital natives who can't get enough technology in their lives. A majority of millennials agree that technology makes people less human and that society relies on technology too much.


However, millennials also believe technology enhances their personal relationships (69 percent) and have great hope that innovations will positively impact education (57 percent), transportation (52 percent) and healthcare (49 percent). This generation is also slightly more willing than their oldest cohorts to anonymously share birth dates, GPS records and online shopping history if it helps to improve experiences.


"At first glance it seems millennials are rejecting technology, but I suspect the reality is more complicated and interesting," said Dr. Genevieve Bell, anthropologist and director of Interaction and Experience Research at Intel Labs. "A different way to read this might be that millennials want technology to do more for them, and we have work to do to make it much more personal and less burdensome."


Millennials want future technology to make life better, more simple and fun. Eighty-six percent believe technology innovation makes life simpler, and more than one-third think technology should know them by learning about their behavior and preferences. They want experiences that help them stay in the moment and be their best selves.


Women Carry the Tech Torch
The survey revealed that older women and those living in emerging markets are enthusiastic about the role of technology in their lives. Globally, women over 45 years of age are slightly more likely than younger women to say that people don't use enough technology. They also are more likely to say that technology makes people more human, helping to deepen their relationships.


These female tech fans are even more pronounced in emerging markets such as China, where more than 7 out of 10 women over the age of 45 believe people don't use technology enough. Women in emerging markets across ages believe innovations will drive better education (66 percent), transportation (58 percent), work (57 percent) and healthcare (56 percent). Women in emerging markets would be willing to embrace technologies others may consider to be too personal to improve their experiences: software that watches their work habits (86 percent), students' study habits (88 percent) and even smart toilets that monitor their health (77 percent).


"Women historically have become avid users of technology when that technology solves a problem, helps us organize our lives and that of our families as well as aids us in saving time and time shifting," added Bell. "I have to wonder whether this data is showing that women are optimistic because they see technology innovation that is starting to deliver on the promise of better fitting into the rhythms of our days, helping with our specific concerns and needs, and creating new compelling experiences that women and men alike will find valuable."


Digital Affluence and Data Sharing
The research revealed that individuals with high incomes are the most willing to anonymously share personal data, such as results of lab tests and travel information. They are also the most likely to own technology devices and engage with technology on a regular basis.


However, the research revealed that it is possible to incentivize sharing by showing the specific benefits. For example, when asked if they would share personal information to lower costs of medications, the number of low-income consumers previously unwilling to share their data dramatically increases from 66 to 80 percent.


While showing personal benefits is the most compelling way to close the gap between those who will share and those who won't, even showing societal benefits such as improved health treatments or lower costs of commuting helps to make the case for sharing.


"The need for us to show personal meaning and relevance has never been more important for the technology industry," Bell said. "Listening to what people really want and creating technologies that adapt to a wide variety of personal experiences is the future of technology."


Intel Innovation Barometer: Key Findings


Millennials Get Tough on Today's Tech

  • Fifty-nine percent of millennials feel society relies on technology too much and makes people less human (61 percent).
  • More than one-third (36 percent) think technology should learn about their behavior and preferences when they use it.
  • Positive on the future of technology in their countries, more than 70 percent of millennials will favor smart public parking and traffic control for emergency vehicles, applications that watch their work habits and smart pills that monitor their health.


Women Carry the Torch for Tech

  • Globally, women older than 45 years of age are more likely than younger women to say that people don't use enough technology, and this sentiment is particularly strong in emerging markets. In Brazil, 42 percent of women over 45 years of age say that people don't use technology enough compared with just 27 percent of those less than 45 years of age.
  • Older women are more likely to say that technology makes people more human. In China 79 percent of women over 45 years of age say technology makes users more human versus 64 percent of younger women.
  • Women in emerging markets believe technology will drive better education (66 percent), transportation (58 percent), work (57 percent) and healthcare (56 percent).


Digital Affluence and Data Sharing

  • Eighty-one percent of high-income individuals would share anonymous personal information, such as lab tests and health monitoring, in order to support research, compared with 71 percent of individuals with mid-level incomes and 66 percent of those with lower incomes.
  • When asked if they would share personal data in exchange for lower costs of medications, the percentage of lower income individuals who agree jumps to 80 percent.
  • Individuals with higher incomes are more willing to let an application learn about their work habits to help make them more efficient (77 percent of individuals with high incomes versus 63 percent of those with low incomes).


Survey Methodology

This survey was conducted online by Penn Schoen Berland on behalf of Intel in Brazil, China, France, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan and the United States from July 28 to Aug. 15, 2013. It was conducted among a representative sample of 12,000 adults ages 18 and older with a margin of error of plus or minus 0.89 percentage points. For more information on the Intel Innovation Barometer visit www.intel.com/newsroom/innovation.



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Intel congratulates Microsoft on the release of Windows 8.1 today. The free update is now available for Windows 8 users through the Windows Store, and on new hardware available at retailers worldwide. Intel believes 4th generation Intel® Core™ processors and Intel® Atom™ processor-based SoCs will continue to offer the best experiences for Windows 8.1 across form factors with more performance and competitive battery life. This release builds on the success of Intel Architecture on Windows 8, delivering compelling experiences in unique areas such as touch optimization, power management, system responsiveness, security, graphics and multimedia performance. Download the latest Intel drivers.

Building on the popularity of the Lenovo Miix, Lenovo announced its new Miix2 8-inch tablet. Powered by Intel’s latest quad core Intel® Atom™ processor-based SoC (System-on-Chip), it will be available in late October for approximately $299. The Lenovo Miix2 8-inch tablet runs Windows 8.1, comes pre-installed with Microsoft Office Home & Student 2013, measures just 8.35mm thick and weighs only 350mg. The new Intel Atom processor-based SoC, formally code named “Bay Trail”, boasts twice the performance and three times the graphics as the previous generation so that the new Miix2 8-inch tablet use can fully take advantage of the 16:10 widescreen,10-point multi-touch WXGA display that delivers an 800 x 1280 resolution and a 178-degree viewing angle.

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