If you ask people in the tech industry about Intel, the the most likely responses will centre on its ability to create a phenomenal volume of fast, powerful processors.
That’s true, but it’s also like saying that BP or Esso create and sell petrol. Sure, that’s what they make, but not what they enable. Today, in London’s West End, Intel took control of some White Space and laid out its future vision for KitGuru. Nice.
They say that the journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step and that tomorrow is the undiscovered country.
We took a few of those earlier today – this is what we saw.
With a little help from London Underground, a cool little place called the White Space and a heap of Intel experts, KitGuru was given a glimpse of what that country would look like.
Markus Weingartner, Intel’s uber-PR-guru for Europe, the Middle East and Africa was on hand to guide us through a range of cool innovations.
“Intel is best known for processors, but this showcase allows us to share with you some of the cool applications that Intel will be helping to bring to market”, said Markus.
He pointed out that some technologies, like the tiny 4×4 HD systems were already in full production – while intelligent headlights for cars were a few years off.
Here’s an initial flavour of the technologies on show, we’ll be going in-depth shortly:-
KitGuru says: It is really cool that Intel took the time to share its vision of the future. Processors are not made in a vacuum – they are created for markets, for consumers and for possibilities. And that’s why we loves the tech.
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