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Intel’s new era of “distributed intelligence.”

At CES 2021, Intel has made a series of announcements across two press conferences, focusing on a new “era of distributed intelligence.” Intel’s Gregory Bryant, Amnon Shashua, and other leaders highlighted how the company is driving technology leadership for the future of computing

Intel introduced more than fifty new processors — resulting in more than 500 upcoming new designs for laptops and desktops — for a world where nearly everything is a computer, spanning business, education, gaming and enthusiast, and beyond. Announcements included:

  • Intel launched the 11th Gen Intel® Core vPro platform and Intel Evo vPro platform, delivering the highest performance and most comprehensive hardware-based security.
  • Intel introduced the new N-series 10-nanometer Intel Pentium Silver and Intel Celeron processors that offer an unmatched balance of performance, media and collaboration for education systems.
  • Intel announced a new line of 11th Gen Intel Core H-series mobile processors for gaming platforms that deliver an industry-leading balance of mobility and enthusiast-level gaming.
  • Intel also previewed products coming to market later in 2021, including 11th Gen Intel Core S-series desktop processors (code-named “Rocket Lake-S”) and its next-generation processors (code-named “Alder Lake”).

 Mobileye, an Intel Company, previewed its strategy and technology that will enable autonomous vehicles (AV) to fulfill their lifesaving promise globally:

  • Automated, worldwide AV mapping capabilities allow Mobileye to expand its AV test fleets; new vehicles expected in Detroit, Tokyo, Shanghai, Paris and (pending regulation) New York City early this year.
  • Intel brings its XPU strategy, expertise and manufacturing capability in silicon photonics to develop a lidar system-on-chip (SoC) for Mobileye use in AVs starting in 2025.
  • Mobileye plans a software-defined radar customized to autonomous vehicles.
  • Mobileye revealed that cars using its existing technology have mapped nearly 1 billion kilometers globally, with more than 8 million kilometers mapped daily.

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