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Intel Capital has been named Global Corporate Venturing’s Corporate VC Unit of the Year. The award recognized Intel Capital for high investment activity and resulting successful exits in 2012. In bestowing the award, Global Corporate Venturing specifically called out Intel Capital for its overall steadfast investment pace and global reach, calling it “unrivaled in the corporate venturing community.” Commenting on the award, Arvind Sodhani, president of Intel Capital and executive vice president of Intel Corporation, said, “This recognition validates our unique ability to help entrepreneurs scale from start-up to global corporations. As a preeminent global investor, we are focused on helping entrepreneurs with the resources, tools and know-how they need to succeed by providing access to our business development programs, global network, tech expertise, and brand capital.” Get more information.

Intel improved from 7th to 5th on Gartner Group’s ninth annual Supply Chain Top 25. The goal of the Supply Chain Top 25 research initiative is to raise awareness of the supply chain discipline and how it impacts business. Gartner announced the findings from this year's research at the Gartner Supply Chain Executive Conference in Phoenix, Arizona. This is the fifth consecutive year Intel has been included on the list and it reflects the importance of Intel’s supply chain and the work of supply chain teams as it continues to be one of Intel’s competitive advantages in meeting the needs of our customers. Get the full Gartner list.

Intel will demonstrate new Intel® CoFluent™ Studio modeling and code generation for virtual platforms and high-level synthesis at the Design Automation Conference, June 2-6 in Austin, TX. As a standards-based, electronic system-level modeling and simulation environment, it helps system designers securely predict behavior and performance in devices created for the consumer, communication, transportation and industrial segments. Intel CoFluent Studio assists developers in quickly creating device IP for hardware design automation. It also allows system designers to refine a graphical model in a top-down manner, from a functional view to a microarchitectural level to a synthesizable model, and automatically generate code for SystemC and Wind River Simics* modeling languages. To download or find more information about Intel CoFluent Studio, visit cofluent.intel.com.

Intel’s Radia Perlman helps celebrate Ethernet’s 40th birthday at the Ethernet Innovation Summit in Mountain View, CA. On May 22 at 9:15 am PDT, Perlman will participate in a plenary session on the technology’s early history. Perlman is the inventor of many fundamental technologies in computer networking including the spanning tree algorithm which is at the heart of today's Ethernet. Intel was one of three companies to initially promote Ethernet as a standard. Forty years later, the standard continues to help spur innovation.

Ionut Budisteanu of Romania Wins Top Prize at Intel International Science and Engineering Fair

 

NEWS HIGHLIGHTS

  • The world's largest high school science research competition, the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, a program of Society for Science & the Public, announced its top winners in  Phoenix.
  • Ionut Budisteanu of Romania received the Gordon E. Moore Award, a $75,000 prize named in honor of the Intel co-founder and fellow scientist.
  • Two Intel Foundation Young Scientist Awards winners – Eesha Khare of Saratoga, Calif. and Henry Lin of Shreveport, La. – each received prizes of $50,000 from the Intel Foundation.

 

 

PHOENIX, May 17, 2013 – Ionut Budisteanu, 19, of Romania was awarded first place for using artificial intelligence to create a viable model for a low-cost, self-driving car at this year's Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, a program of Society for Science & the Public.

 

Ionut said his research addresses a major global issue. In 2004, car accidents caused 2.5 million deaths worldwide1, and 87 percent of crashes resulted from driver error2. With 3-D radar and mounted cameras, Ionut created a feasible design for an autonomously controlled car that could detect traffic lanes and curbs, along with the real-time position of the car – and it would only cost $4,000. He received the Gordon E. Moore Award of $75,000, named in honor of the Intel co-founder and fellow scientist.

 

Eesha Khare, 18, of Saratoga, Calif. received the Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award of $50,000. With the rapid adoption of portable electronics, Eesha recognized the crucial need for energy-efficient storage devices. She developed a tiny device, called a supercapacitor, which allows an LED to fully charge within 20-30 seconds. Eesha’s project builds on existing research in this area, and specifically aims to create an improved supercapacitor with increased energy density while maintaining power density and long life cycle. Eesha’s invention has potential applications for car batteries and cell phone batteries.3

 

Henry Lin, 17, of Shreveport, La. also received the Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award of $50,000. By simulating thousands of clusters of galaxies, Henry has provided scientists with valuable new data, allowing them to better understand the mysteries of astrophysics: dark matter, dark energy and the balance of heating and cooling in the universe's most massive objects.

 

"We support the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair because we believe that science and math are the foundation of innovation, which is imperative for global economic growth and advancing society," said Wendy Hawkins, executive director of the Intel Foundation. "This competition encourages millions of students worldwide every year to explore their passion for math and science while developing solutions for global challenges."

 

This year, approximately 1,600 young scientists were chosen to compete in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. They were selected from 433 affiliate fairs in more than 70 countries, regions and territories. In addition to the winners mentioned above, more than 500 finalists received awards and prizes for their innovative research. Awards included 17 "Best of Category" winners who each received a $5,000 prize. The Intel Foundation also awarded a $1,000 grant to each winner's school and to the affiliated fair they represent.

 

The following lists the 17 Best of Category winners from which the top three were chosen:

CategoryFirstLastCityState/Country
Animal SciencesMichaelShaoNorthvilleMich.
Behavioral and Social SciencesZarinRahmanBrookingsS.D.
BiochemistrySavannahTobinSalemOre.
Cellular and Molecular BiologyHannahWastykPalmyraPa.
ChemistryEeshaKhareSaratogaCalif.
Computer ScienceIonutBudisteanuRamnicu, ValceaRomania
Earth and Planetary SciencesGyouTanakaMobara, ChibaJapan
Engineering: Electrical and MechanicalZeyuLiuCalgary, AlbertaCanada
Engineering: Materials and BioengineeringSamanthaMarquezMidlothianVa.
Energy and TransportationEvieSobczakSt. PetersburgFla.
Environmental ManagementShixuanLiLynn HavenFla.
Environmental SciencesNaomiShahPortlandOre.
Mathematical SciencesVinayIyengarPortlandOre.
Medicine and HealthJessieMacAlpineWoodstock, OntarioCanada
MicrobiologyDavidZimmermanLos AngelesCalif.
Physics and AstronomyHenryLinShreveportLa.
Plant SciencesSamanthaDiSalvoHewlettN.Y.
RyanKenny
AmyVitha

 

Society for Science & the Public, a nonprofit membership organization dedicated to public engagement in scientific research and education, has owned and administered the International Science and Engineering Fair since its inception in 1950.

 

"We congratulate Ionut, Eesha and Henry on their success at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair this week in Phoenix," said Elizabeth Marincola, president of Society for Science & the Public. "Their research demonstrates the value of hard work and creative thinking. All the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair finalists here this week show great promise in harnessing the power of science and innovation to solve problems and create opportunity for our global community."

 

The Intel International Science and Engineering Fair honors some of the world's most promising, rising student entrepreneurs, innovators and scientists. Finalists are selected annually from hundreds of affiliated fairs. Their projects are then evaluated onsite by more than 1,200 judges from nearly every scientific discipline, each with a Ph.D. or the equivalent of 6 years of related professional experience in one of the scientific disciplines.

 

This is the first year that all Intel International Science and Engineering Fair finalists will receive digital badges recognizing and rewarding their achievements in independent scientific and engineering research. Volunteers, judges and interpreters will also receive badges. Digital badges promote informal modes of education and provide recognition and credentialing for achievements beyond the classroom. Learn more about the badging initiative at http://badging.societyforscience.org.

 

A full listing of finalists is available in the event program. The Intel International Science and Engineering Fair 2013 is funded jointly by Intel and the Intel Foundation with additional awards and support from dozens of other corporate, academic, governmental and science-focused organizations. This year, more than $4 million was awarded.

 

To learn more about Society for Science & the Public, visit www.societyforscience.org, and follow the organization on Facebook and Twitter.

 

To get the latest Intel education news, visit www.intel.com/newsroom/education, and join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter.

 

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PHOENIX, May 17, 2013 – Top winner Ionut Budisteanu, 19, of Romania (center) with second-place winners Eesha Khare, 18, of Saratoga, Calif. (left) and Henry Lin, 17, of Shreveport, La. celebrate their awards at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, the world's largest high school science research competition. More than 1,600 high schoolers from 70 countries, regions and territories competed for more than $4 million in awards this week. PHOTO CREDIT: Intel/Chris Ayers

 

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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1 World report on road traffic injury prevention, WHO, 2004 (from Ionut’s research)

 

2 A study using British and American crash reports as data (from Ionut’s research)

 

3 Originally published with a factual error stating "She developed a tiny device that fits inside cell phone batteries, allowing them to fully charge within 20-30 seconds. Eesha's invention also has potential applications for car batteries." - updated June 5, 2013

Lenovo announced the general availability of K900 smartphone with Intel Inside™. The handset, based on the latest Intel® Atom™ processor Z2580 phone chip, is now available at nationwide outlets across China, and will roll out to additional international markets throughout the summer. The K900 offer a sleek, unibody design and features a 5.5-inch IPS display with full 1080p high-definition resolution performance at 400+ pixels-per-inch, along with advanced imaging capabilities and much more.

Intel released its 2012 Corporate Responsibility Report, which shows the company performed strongly in areas including employee engagement, environmental sustainability, supply chain systems, and education. The report also showcases the progress Intel has made toward its environmental goals for 2020, which aim to reduce the environmental impact of the company’s manufacturing processes and its products. With this year’s report, Intel has reached nearly two decades of corporate responsibility reporting and is continuing to promote transparency in its performance and actions. For more information, check out this blog.

As part of Intel’s ongoing support of the Android ecosystem, the company today released a new tool environment for developers of native Android applications. Codenamed Beacon Mountain, it supports Intel® Atom™ processor-based systems, including phones and tablets, that run Android Jellybean 4.2* and up. Beacon Mountain is currently available for host development on Windows*7 and 8 systems, with support for OSX* to be rolled out at a later date. Beacon Mountain contains downloads of popular Android development tools such as Intel® Hardware Accelerated Execution Manager, Intel® Threading Building Blocks, Intel® Graphics Performance Analyzers and Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives. Third-party tools include Google* Android SDK, Android NDK, Eclipse* Integrated Development Environment and more. Beacon Mountain also supports Android development on ARM* platforms. Download the development environment.

2012 Corporate Responsibility Report Released

 

NEWS HIGHLIGHTS

  • Employee Engagement: Intel links a portion of every employee's compensation to sustainability goals, focusing on carbon emission reductions in 2012 and waste recycling in 2013.
  • Environment: In 2013, Intel is increasing its green power purchases to equal 100 percent of the company's projected U.S. electricity use for the year.
  • Supply Chain Responsibility: Intel achieved its goal to manufacture a "conflict-free" microprocessor for the metal tantalum.
  • Education: Intel partnered on the "Girl Rising" film and 10x10 social action campaign, highlighting the importance of investing in the education of girls and women.

 

 

SANTA CLARA, Calif., May 16, 2013 – Intel Corporation today released its 2012 Corporate Responsibility Report, highlighting the company's performance in areas including employee engagement, environmental sustainability, supply chain systems and education. The report also showcases Intel's progress toward its 2020 environmental goals that aim to drive continuous improvement in the company's manufacturing operations and the energy efficiency of its products.

 

"Intel's annual Corporate Responsibility Report allows us to transparently track our progress and aggressively work toward new goals in areas ranging from supply chain responsibility to K-12 education," said Michael Jacobson, director of corporate responsibility at Intel. "Embedding corporate responsibility into our vision, strategy and management systems creates value for us, as well as our stockholders, customers and our global communities."

 

Building on its nearly 2 decades of reporting, Intel is continuing to promote transparency in its performance and actions. Highlights from the 2012 report include:

 

Employee Engagement

  • Since 2008, Intel has linked a portion of every employee's compensation to environmental goals, focusing on carbon emission reductions in 2012 and solid waste recycling in 2013.
  • Through Intel Involved, employees in 2012 donated 1.2 million hours of service to more than 5,400 schools and nonprofit organizations in 42 countries, bringing the total donated hours to more than 5 million over the past 5 years.
  • Twelve employee teams received Intel Environmental Excellence Awards for sustainability projects, generating more than $40 million in estimated savings in 2012 and totaling more than $200 million in savings over the past 3 years.
  • Through Intel's Sustainability in Action grant program, nine teams of employees received grants in 2012 for environmental projects ranging from planting a vegetable garden at a children's home in Singapore to developing a water purification system in rural India.

Renewable Power

  • For the past 5 years, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has recognized Intel as the largest voluntary purchaser of green power in the nation. In 2013, Intel will increase its green power purchases to nearly 3.1 billion kilowatt-hours (kWh), equivalent to 100 percent of the company's projected U.S. electricity use for the year and equal to the annual electricity use of more than 320,000 U.S. homes.
  • Since 2009, Intel has partnered with third parties to complete 18 solar installations on nine Intel campuses in the United States, Israel and Vietnam, generating more than 10 million kWh of energy per year.1

Green Building Design and LEED Certification

  • As of April 2013, Intel has achieved Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification for 29 new and existing buildings, with a total of more than 7.5 million square feet of floor space.

Supply Chain Responsibility

  • In 2012, Intel achieved its goal to manufacture a microprocessor that has been verified as "conflict-free" for the metal tantalum.
  • Intel ranked seventh on the 2012 "Gartner Supply Chain Top 25" list for excellence in supply chain management, up from 16th in 2011 and 18th in 2010.
  • Intel convened its first Supplier Sustainability Leadership Summit in China to advance supplier responsibility performance. The company also requested that its top 75 suppliers publish a Global Reporting Initiative-based report by the end of 2013 to promote greater transparency.

Education

  • Intel and the Intel Foundation invest approximately $100 million annually in education programs globally, including the Intel Science Talent Search and the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, both programs of Society for Science and the Public, which reached 7 million high school students in 2012 alone.
  • In 2012, Intel partnered on the launch of the "Girl Rising" film and 10x10 social action campaign, which highlights the importance of investing in girls and women education.

 

Intel has provided public reports on its environmental, health and safety performance since 1994 and produced an annual Corporate Responsibility Report since 2001. To read the new report, visit www.intel.com/go/responsibility. More information on Intel's corporate responsibility programs can be found at the CSR@Intel blog and on Twitter.

 

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.

 

1 Renewable Energy Credits generated by these installations are often transferred to local utilities to support their regulatory obligations and programs.

6-Month Global Tour to Introduce Consumers to Intel-Powered Devices

 

SANTA CLARA, Calif., May 16, 2013 - Intel Corporation today launched "Experience Intel. Look Inside."™, a global tour to introduce consumers to a range of cutting-edge devices based on Intel products including the Ultrabook™, thin and light laptops, tablets, all-in-ones and smartphones.

 

In collaboration with customers and retailers, the tour will feature a custom-built installation that will travel to cities around the globe over the next 6 months, providing guests with a variety of highly collaborative and visual interactions to experience Intel technology in new and creative ways.

 

Attendees will be invited to experience the newest Ultrabook convertibles, 2-in-1 Intel-inspired devices that flip, fold and swivel from laptop to tablet. Guests will also have the opportunity to play with a range of Intel-powered products, including thin and light laptops, tablets, smartphones and all-in-ones.

 

"We're very excited to tour the world and show consumers how the laptop has been reinvented," said Kevin Sellers, vice president of Sales and Marketing and director of Creative Services and Digital Marketing. "The industry has rallied around our vision and produced some stunning new products— including Ultrabooks that detach or convert to be both a tablet as well as full-featured PCs. When consumers touch and play with these new devices we are confident that they will be as excited about them as we are."

 

Launching today in New York, the "Experience Intel"  tour will host some of today's most relevant artists, designers and thought leaders to create customized, cutting-edge digital interactions, all powered by the Ultrabook. The installations span art, data visualization and gaming, providing audiences with creative introductions to the Ultrabook's unique capabilities and features.

 

Designer Matt Pyke of Universal Everything has created an experiential design that transforms guests' drawings — completed on Ultrabooks — into a digital flock of "wings" projected on the interior walls of the installation. Additionally, The Office of Creative Research, a multi-disciplinary research group, has created custom data visualizations around the evolution of the computer, highlighting dramatic changes in speed, power and the size of computers in recent history. In addition, Hide & Seek, an independent gaming studio, has designed the first game created specifically for Ultrabook convertibles.

 

 

In each city, "Experience Intel" will host a Spotlight Series, featuring live performances and demonstrations by hyper-local, notable personalities and experts—from film, art, fashion, design, music, and more –who integrate Ultrabook technology into their work. Each day, several Ultrabooks will be given to select audience members following certain spotlight performances. Guests will also have the opportunity to receive a discount towards a new Ultrabook. In certain tour locations, e-recycling will be available to attendees to recycle their old PCs safely and responsibly.

 

"Experience Intel" kicks off in New York's Gansevoort Plaza on May 17 and runs through May 19. The free installation is open to the public starting at 10 a.m. all three days.

 

 

The complete global tour:

 

New York – May 17-19

Chicago – June 6-9

Tokyo – June 20-23

Beijing – July 11-14

London – July 11-14

Sao Paulo – Aug. 29-Sept. 1

Moscow – Sept. 6-8

Sydney – Oct. 10-13

 

To learn more about the "Experience Intel. Look Inside."™ visit: www.intel.com/experienceintel

 

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.

Intel’s Mobile Insights Radio with Peter Biddle honored California’s Water Awareness Month with Paull Young, director of Digital for nonprofit, charity: water in talking about on the importance of safe, clean drinking water. During the show, Peter and Paull discuss the organization’s innovative efforts to bring drinking water resources to people in developing nations. Mobile Insights Radio with Peter Biddle is an online radio program that brings together a variety of perspectives to discuss the fusion of technology, life, culture and science. Hosted by Peter Biddle, an Intel engineer and executive, the program strives to take on the hottest topics in order to create a lively and thought-provoking discussion.

More than 1,600 high school students from 70 countries, regions and territories celebrated the opening of the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair last night, the world’s largest high school science research competition and a program of the Society for Science & the Public. Finalists are competing this week in Phoenix for more than $4 million in awards. Download the fact sheet for more information.

 

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Approximately 1,600 High School Students Vie for more than $4 Million

WHAT:

The world's largest high school science research competition, the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, a program of Society for Science & the Public, comes to Phoenix May 12-17. Approximately 1,600 high school students selected from 433 affiliate fairs in more than 70 countries, regions and territories will share ideas, showcase cutting-edge research and inventions, and compete for more than $4 million in awards. The full list of finalists is available in the event program (starting at page 56).

 

At most events, Wendy Hawkins, executive director of the Intel Foundation, and Elizabeth Marincola, president of Society for Science & the Public, will be available for comment.

 

Media must be registered to attend. To register, please reach out to the contacts listed below.

WHEN:

Public Exhibition of Projects

Thursday, May 16 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. MT

  • This is the best opportunity for registered media to see, interview, film and photograph a broad range of students from across the country and the world. This year, research topics range from medical treatments to environmental solutions to robotic technology.

 

Awards Ceremony

Friday, May 17 from 9-11 a.m. MT

  • Registered media are invited to attend the awards ceremony where the winners will be announced. The top prizes awarded by the Intel Foundation include the $75,000 Gordon E. Moore Award, named for the Intel co-founder and fellow scientist. Two additional top winning projects will receive Intel Foundation Young Scientist Awards of $50,000 each.
WHERE:

Phoenix Convention Center

100 N. 3rd Street

QUOTES:

"Through the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, Intel encourages high school students around the world to explore science and math,” said Intel’s Wendy Hawkins, executive director of the Intel Foundation. “By giving the finalists a global stage, we are allowing them to share their promising research with the public – from fellow scientists to future scientists."

 

"Finalists at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair are dedicated, passionate and curious,” said Elizabeth Marincola, president of Society for Science & the Public. “The Intel International Science and Engineering Fair provides an opportunity for these scientists to share ideas and showcase their research. The students competing in Phoenix this year will use their creativity and intelligence to provide insights into the challenges of today and tomorrow."

MORE INFO:

To get the latest Intel education news, visit www.intel.com/newsroom/education, and join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter.

 

To learn more about Society for Science & the Public, visit www.societyforscience.org, and follow the organization on Facebook and Twitter.

 

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PHOENIX, May 16, 2013 – Madelyn Lucas, 14, from Farmington, N.M. explained her research project on probiotics' affect on the digestive system to an eager group of middle schoolers at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, the world's largest high school science research competition. More than 1,600 high schoolers from 70 countries, regions and territories are competing for more than $4 million in awards this week. PHOTO CREDIT: Intel/Chris Ayers

CONTACTS:

Gail Dundas, Intel

503-264-2154, gail.dundas@intel.com

 

Rachel Sutherland, Intel Arizona

480-552-2002, rachel.sutherland@intel.com

 

Maria Culp, North of Nine Communications, for Intel

646-525-5654, maria.culp@nof9.com

 

Sarah Wood, Society for Science & the Public

202-872-5110, swood@societyforscience.org

Intel Set to Introduce 4th Generation Intel Core Processors, Usher in Era of 2-in-1 Computing

 

WHAT:

Intel Corporation will host a keynote and series of events at Computex Taipei 2013 to outline how the company delivers innovative computing experiences across a range of devices in strong collaboration with the IT industry.

 

The company will also officially introduce its flagship 4th Generation Intel® Core™ processor family with amazing performance and stunning power efficiency to deliver on the company’s vision to reinvent personal computing with the Ultrabook™.

 

Press kit materials and multimedia available at: www.intel.com/newsroom/computex

DATES:

June 4-8, 2013

WHERE:

Taipei World Trade Center (TWTC) Nangang Exhibition Hall

(No. 1, Jing Mao 2nd Road, Nangang District, Taipei)

Intel Booth #M410

 

Taipei International Convention Center (TICC)

(No. 1, Sec. 5, Hsin-Yi Road, Taipei)

Computex Opening Keynote: Plenary Hall, 3F

 

Grand Hyatt Hotel

(No. 2, Sung-Show Road, Taipei)

Computing Reinvented Satellite Event: Ball Room, 3F

Mobile and Communications Satellite Event: Ball Room, 3F

 

Intel Booth Guided Tour for News Media

June 4, 11:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m.

Intel Booth, Nangang Exhibition Hall #M410, TWTC

MEDIA ACTIVITIES:

To request a media credential, register at http://220.135.105.245/Press2013/2013-Media-en_2.html or onsite at the 1F reception counter of the Nangang Exhibition Hall.

 

Computex Opening Keynote

June 4, 2-3 p.m. (Reception: 1:20 p.m.)

Plenary Hall 3F, Taipei International Convention Center (TICC),
Tom Kilroy, executive vice president and general manager, Intel's Sales and Marketing Group, will deliver a keynote on Intel's vision for continued innovation to reinvent people's computing experiences across a range of devices. To request a media credential, please register at www.e21forum.com.tw/Register.aspx?nav=9&lang=1 or onsite at the 1F reception counter of TICC.

The keynote will also be broadcast via live webcast at http://intelstudios.edgesuite.net/computex/2013/index.html

 

Post-Keynote Media Q&A Session with Kilroy

June 4, 3:15-3:40 p.m.

Drawing Room, 2F, Grand Hyatt Hotel

Tom Kilroy, executive vice president and general manager of Intel's Sales and Marketing Group.

 

Computing Reinvented Satellite Event and Media Q&A

June 4, 3:45-5 p.m. (Reception: 3:15 p.m.)

Ball Room, 3F, Grand Hyatt Hotel

Kirk Skaugen, senior vice president and general manager of the PC Client Group, will host the computing reinvented satellite event from 3:45-4:35 p.m. where he'll demonstrate and provide details on the new experiences delivered by 4th generation Intel Core processor-based Ultrabooks, laptops, desktops and all-in-one devices. A media Q&A session with the speaker will immediately follow from 4:35-5 p.m.

 

Mobile and Communications Satellite Event and Media Q&A

June 5, 12:45-1:55 p.m. (Reception: 12:15 p.m.)

Ball Room, 3F, Grand Hyatt Hotel

Hermann Eul, vice president and general manager, Mobile and Communications Group, will host a satellite event from 12:45-1:35 p.m. to showcase the growing number of tablets for Windows and Android, smartphones and other ultra-mobile devices with Intel Inside and share new details of Intel's next-generation technology for these devices. A media Q&A session with the speaker will immediately follow from 1:35-1:55 p.m.

 

Computex Taipei Cloud Industry Forum

June 6, 2-5 p.m.

Room3, 4, 5, 2F, TWTC Exhibition Hall 1

Lisa Graff, vice president of Intel Architecture Group and general manager of Data Center Marketing Group, will speak.

MEDIA SUPPORT:

Please visit the reception counter of the Intel Exhibition Showcase at 4F, TWTC Nangang Exhibition Hall, to access the latest Intel news releases and other media materials.

MEDIA CONTACTS:

Intel Corporation:

Kari Aakre, Intel PR manager (U.S.), +1-503-696-5068, kari.e.aakre@intel.com

Shardae Chiu, Intel PR manager, +886-2-2544-7752, shardae.chiu@intel.com

 

Pallas PR Agency:

Jennifer Chen, Pallas PR, +886-928-179-500, jennifer@pallaspr.com.tw

Elsa Chang, Pallas PR, +886-953-129-126, elsa.chang@pallasrp.com.tw

MAPS:

3F, Plenary Hall, Taipei International Convention Center (TICC)

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2F, Drawing Room, Grand Hyatt Hotel

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3F, Ballroom, Grand Hyatt Hotel

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Intel joined the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in a National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) partnership, along with 10 other industry leaders: Cisco, HP, HyTrust, McAfee, Microsoft, RSA, Splunk, Symantec, Vanguard and Venafi. The NCCoE is a unique partnership of public and private sectors created by NIST to bring the best minds together to focus on the growing problem of cybertheft. The group aims to enable shared cybersecurity best practices, tools and solutions to reduce risk and enhance trust in our national IT systems, electronic communications and transactions. According to industry surveys, in 2011 more than 174 million records were compromised in breaches and technical errors worldwide, costing businesses billions of dollars, threatening national security and undermining consumer privacy and confidence. Cybersecurity is a challenge for companies large and small, as well as private and public institutions, states and the federal government. “The complexity of the global Cybersecurity threat environment requires the best thinking and innovation of the public and private sectors to develop the open standards and best practices to address this daunting challenge,” said Dave Patterson, president of Intel Federal.

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