Silicon. Standards. Solutions. For a Connected World
The Intel story demonstrated at this year's Supercomm event is one of the Connected World: the convergence of computing and communications. In this environment, every device is compatible, users connect more easily and services are available - anytime and anywhere. It's driven by the potential to create seamless contact for subscribers and the pressing need for service providers and equipment manufacturers to reduce costs. The emerging environment requires a new approach to developing communications applications and products. For more than 35 years, Moore�s Law has been a driving principle for the computer industry, leading to continually falling prices and rising performance. Today Moore�s Law is expanding to empower the communications industry, and Intel is making it happen-with silicon, standards and solutions for a connected world.
A Virtual Tour of the Intel Booth
For three days at Supercomm 2002, Intel shared its message around the future of communications with a live theatre presentation and over 20 product and technology demonstrations with strategic focus in the areas of Communications Processing, Ethernet connectivity, carrier grade telecom platforms and optical networking. In addition, 10 Applied Computing Platform Provider members showcased communications solutions and applications enabled by Intel technology.
Intel Participation in Supercomm Panels
Supercomm panels and sessions featured presentations and participation by Intel experts who discussed key strategies and technology trends that are driving the future of communications. Intel panelists included Sean Maloney, Executive Vice President and General Manager of the Intel Communications Group, who participated in the Supercomm Plenary Panel "Advancing to the New Network: Winning Solutions". Learn more about what the other Intel technology and products experts had to say.