‘Intel Innovation’ Keynote Webcast (Replay)

The virtual conference’s keynote focused on Intel’s latest technologies.



Intel Innovation, the first event in the new Intel ON series, kicked off with a keynote presentation at 9 a.m. PDT Wednesday, Oct. 27. The two-day event focuses on Intel’s latest technologies to deliver artificial intelligence, 5G, edge, cloud, connectivity and PC solutions with speed and real-world scale.

Speakers at the keynote — broadcast live from Fort Mason in San Francisco — included Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger; Gregory Bryant, general manager of the Client Computing Group; Sandra Rivera, general manager of the Datacenter and AI Group; Nick McKeown, general manager of the Network and Edge Group; and Greg Lavender, chief technology officer and general manager of the Software and Advanced Technology Group.

The event, continuing on Oct. 28, highlights Intel’s support for software developers, hardware developers, architects, technology managers and other technology partners. To register for the event, visit Intel.com.

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