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Intel is helping to accelerate the convergence of communications and networking devices by driving the development and broad adoption of numerous industry standards.
Intel develops consumer electronics standards that impact numerous platforms.
Intel develops standards by working with 250 industry groups.
Networking Standards and Communications
Some of the key organizations Intel partners with.
Recently named one of the top 50 most creative people in Business (Fast Company,) Genevieve Bell is an Intel Fellow and... (4:52)
Video with students and teachers discussing the classmate PC. (2:43)
Video demo: comments by elementary students and others on how learning is faster and deeper by using the Intel-powered... (3:18)
Video demo: 1:1 eLearning program develops in Thailand with classmate PCs. (5:12)
Video showcases the hardware features and benefits of the Intel-powered convertible classmate PC. (1:28)
Intel classmate PCs are instructional tools suited for teachers to engage students. (1:53)
Video describes how Portugal provided Intel classmate PCs to every child. (4:00)
Video demos clamshell Intel classmate PC features optimized for education environments (1:28)
Video discusses use of durable Intel-powered classmate PCs for remote racing competition communications. (0:47)
Eric Dishman imagines a future with the technology to address healthcare needs at home. (1:26)
Kevin Kahn, Intel, envisions the technological advances of the highway of tomorrow. (1:46)
Lily Mummert describes a future where sensors will see our world better than we do. (1:55)
Manny Vara, Intel Labs, envisions future technology adapting to us, not the other way around. (1:39)
Senior Research Scientist Olufemi Dosunmi discusses the possibility of using light to transfer files. (1:15)
Video: Prasanna Mulgaonkar, director of networking technologies lab, envisions technology able to anticipate your needs. (1:44)