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The Open 3D Foundation (O3DF) is proud to welcome Microsoft as a Premier member alongside Adobe, AWS, Huawei, Intel, and Niantic. Microsoft’s participation in the project brings a wealth of knowledge and thought leadership that continues to reinforce how important the industry believes in working to make a high-fidelity and fully-featured open-source 3D engine available to every industry unencumbered …

What’s New: Intel has published the most significant update to industry power supply specifications since the initial ATX 2.0 specs were introduced in 2003. Updated ATX 3.0 specifications unlock the full power and potential of next-generation hardware and upcoming components built for technologies like PCIe Gen 5.0. Intel has also revised its ATX12VO spec to provide …

As global networks become software-defined and edge inference transforms every sector, Intel announced today, via its MWC Barcelona 2022 kick-off virtual keynote, new programmable hardware and open software. These two advances will enable Intel’s customers and the developer community to drive untold innovation at scale while positioning Intel for growth and extending the market leadership …

The reason why your smartphone can morph from egg timer to real-time language translator to augmented-reality game is because it’s a programmable piece of glass. Your wildest ideas can become “an app for that.” Of all the modern computing infrastructure that helps make your phone such a rich and capable device — cloud data centers, the internet and cellular networks, and edge computing — there …

What’s New: Intel is expanding its Bug Bounty program with Project Circuit Breaker, bringing together a community of elite hackers to hunt bugs in firmware, hypervisors, GPUs, chipsets and more. Project Circuit Breaker broadens and deepens Intel’s existing open Bug Bounty program by hosting targeted time-boxed events on specific new platforms and technologies, providing training and creating opportunities …

What’s New: Intel launched 12th Gen Intel® Core™ processors (code-named Alder Lake S-series and H-series), the first family of processors enhanced for the edge to feature performance hybrid architecture that combines Performance-cores and Efficient-cores with Intel® Thread Director. Enhanced to accelerate Internet of Things (IoT) application innovation, the new processors offer retail, manufacturing, healthcare and …

The term “metaverse” was coined by Neal Stephenson in a science fiction novel almost 30 years ago. In recent years, metaverse has come to represent a utopian convergence of digital experiences fueled by Moore’s Law – an aspiration to enable rich, real-time, globally-interconnected virtual- and augmented-reality environments that will enable billions of people to work, play, collaborate and socialize …

KubeCon + CloudNativeCon + Open Source Summit China Virtual sponsor guest post from Eric Adams, Cloud Software Engineer at Intel, and Sakari Poussa, Cloud Solutions Architect at Intel You clicked on this article puzzling, “Isn’t the service mesh already encrypted and secure?” You had configured “mtls: STRICT” and per the documentation mutual TLS communication is the …

Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced the general availability of the Amazon EC2 R6i instances powered by Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors. Today’s news follows two earlier Amazon announcements of its EC2 instances powered by 3rd generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors, the Amazon EC2 M6i and C6i instances. Designed for memory-intensive workloads, the R6i instances are powered by 3rd generation Intel …

Intel welcomes Snowflake to the Intel® Disruptor Initiative Program. Working together, Intel and Snowflake provide customers with performance and increased flexibility across multiple public clouds with Snowflake’s Data Cloud using Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors and Intel Xeon-based cloud instances. Snowflake’s Data Cloud runs on multiple cloud infrastructures, delivering virtually unlimited scale and concurrency. The high-performing …