Data-Centric Computing at Intersection of AI, Edge, IoT, 5G and Cloud – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 639

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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Lisa Spelman, Vice President and General Manager Intel Xeon Products, Data Center Marketing at Intel Corporation, shares the origin of Intel’s data centric computing message as a customer-focused framework to tackle the today’s ultimate challenge and opportunity – data. Intel works with broad partner ecosystems to deliver hardware and software innovation in compute, storage and networking that supports the movement, storage and processing of every bit of data for better business outcomes.

Cloudification of services and infrastructure is pervasive, which accelerates the utilization and creation of this data. Intel has invested over ten years in building the silicon foundation and software ecosystem for the cloud and cloud native architecture. That revolution has moved into the communication service provider market to support delivery of new services in a more cost-effective manner. Lisa talks about the convergence of 5G, cloud, edge and Internet of Things (IoT) that drives requirements for artificial intelligence, visual workloads and smart computing on the edge.

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