How Intel Prepares Partners for New Technology – Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 213

November 16th, 2020 |
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In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Michael Hall, director of technology and ecosystem enablement at Intel, joins host Jake Smith to talk how Intel works with partners to ensure the market is properly prepared for technology coming out three to five years into the future. The two talk about how the PCIe standard is evolving for lower-latency and all the compatibly and testing work that goes into next generation chips. Michael also talks about what changes he’s excited about in the industry.

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