Intel IT Business Review: Accelerating and transforming product design

February 12th, 2014 |
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IT Best Practices: Creating new products. Accelerating time to market. Expanding and evolving a world-wide design organization.

Supporting these efforts is hard enough. Driving them forward is even harder.

Some 20 years ago, the product design team at Intel consisted of about 40 people, focused solely on processors. Today, there are dozens of product development teams and thousands of design engineers around the world, developing everything from silicon to software to services.

As these groups grow and evolve, the Intel Product Development IT team is tasked with helping them. We provide the technology resources that facilitate the creation of world-class products and services.

Availability and uptime, our previous measures of success, are no longer enough.

Our goals have shifted over the past year from running a compute environment to partnering more closely with design groups. From providing systems and support to delivering IT best practices, new ideas, and higher-value consultation.

Two main directives guide our path: acceleration and transformation.

Because time is of the essence in all Intel programs, we must support, and ultimately drive, the pace of change and the rate of progress at every stage of every project.

Read more in this PDF article by Dan McKeon,
Intel IT Vice President and General Manager of Product Development IT

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