Blog Profile / Research@Intel


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Archived Since:April 6, 2008

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Inside Intel’s Silicon Photonics Labs

In my first blog, I have already explained to you what “Silicon Photonics” is all about. You may be curious about what Intel scientists were doing in Silicon Photonics research and how hybrid silicon laser recently announced by Intel and … Continue reading ?

Fair Online Gaming aka “Anti-Cheat”

In my previous post, I briefly mentioned the “anti-cheat” demo that was presented at Research@Intel Day. Our researchers refer to it as Fair Online Gaming. This post comes to you from Travis Schluessler, one of our research scientist and an … Continue reading ?

Hello, Intel Labs…Yea, we do that

Last Wednesday, June 20th, we held our 5th annual Research @ Intel day. This is a day where we open our doors to the press and analyst communities and share with them the research that is being conducted in … Continue reading ?

What’s in a research blog header?

First, I want to thank you for taking the time to read this blog. Brian McCarthy and I will be taking on the roles of editors and keeping you apprised of the latest and greatest research at Intel. We work … Continue reading ?

Silicon Photonics – The path to low cost integrated optics

You may hear about the buzz word “Silicon Photonics” from the press coverage in the last few years. In fact, Silicon Photonics (or silicon based optoelectronics) is beginning to become a technical focus, because it potentially offers an entirely new … Continue reading ?

About this blog

Welcome to the Research@Intel blog. Here you will meet Intel visionaries and scientists poised at the very cutting-edge of technology, blazing new trails into the untamed jungle of the future. These research leaders will share their insights into where computing … Continue reading ?

The video connection of the future: The Internet Protocols?

While folks over at Slashdot discuss the topic of “VGA and DVI Ports To Be Phased Out Over Next 5 Years” there is active research at the Intel Visual Computing Institute (IVCI) and DFKI that might present a few other interesting … Continue reading ?

3D Web for everyone?

Compared to computer games, movies and professional graphics tools the amount of 3D rendered, interactive web content is still rather minimal these days. When we shop online (e.g. deciding if we want to buy a new camera) we often get … Continue reading ?

Smaller Devices Through Radio Integration

Wireless connectivity is a prerequisite in most user devices today, from laptops, to phones, tablets, e-readers, etc. Usually radios reside on a separate die from the application processor, resulting in bulkier devices. Integration of...Show More Summary

Collaborating for the future in Taiwan

This week Intel Labs is partnering with the Industrial Technology Research Institute(ITRI) of Taiwan to establish the Intel and ITRI Research Collaboration (IIRC). Intel conducts collaborative research in many areas with industry partners to explore different technology approaches. The purpose … Continue reading ?

How are a billion things related?

This week Intel Labs achieved an impressive #6 placement on the Graph500ranking, a semi-annual listing of the highest performance machines for emerging “big data” supercomputing applications. The results were announced Tuesday at the Supercomputing 2011 conference in Seattle. In computer … Continue reading ?

Reinventing DRAM with the Hybrid Memory Cube

Today, Intel CTO Justin Rattner is demonstratingthe Hybrid Memory Cube, the fastest and most efficient Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM) ever built. I want to give you some background on how and why we collaborated with Micron on this new … Continue reading ?

A Solar Powered IA Core? No Way!

Today Intel CTO Justin Rattner is demonstratingone of our latest research achievements – an experimental IA microprocessor capable of unprecedented low-power operation. This technology, which we call the Near Threshold Voltage Processor (codenamed Claremont), is a concept IA processor core … Continue reading ?

Wolfenstein gets ray traced – now with more horsepower and new effects!

Another IDF has started and we are excited to show our latest progress. Since previous demos we enhanced our cloud-based setup that was using four Knights Ferry cards as the (Intel MIC) as the “cloud” to now run Wolfenstein: Ray … Continue reading ?

Collaborating for the future in Taiwan

This week Intel Labs is partnering with the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) of Taiwan to establish the Intel and ITRI Research Collaboration (IIRC). Intel conducts collaborative research in many areas with industry partners to explore different technology approaches. The...

How are a billion things related?

This week Intel Labs achieved an impressive #6 placement on the Graph500 ranking, a semi-annual listing of the highest performance machines for emerging “big data” supercomputing applications. The results were announced Tuesday at the Supercomputing 2011 conference in Seattle. In...

Intel Announces New Science and Technology Center for Pervasive Computing

As the Program Director of the newly launched Intel Science and Technology Center for Pervasive Computing, I am awed at the amazing new possibilities of applying computing to improve our everyday lives. The first wave of sensing-based computing has made...

Congratulations to the 2011 Intel PhD Fellowship Winners

PhD Fellowship Program winners announced! As part of the ongoing commitment in supporting research at Universities, Intel has contributed over $1M to support top PhD students across the nation for 1 year of their research. The Intel PhD Fellowship Program...

Profile: Gabriela Gonzalez

Gabriela A. Gonzalez is a University Programs Manager for the Academic Program Office in Intel Labs and manages Intel’s strategic corporate partnerships with top US research universities and the Intel PhD Fellowship Program. In this position, Ms. Gonzalez is responsible...

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