Intel Pakistan announces roadmap for year 2013
“The 2012 was an exciting year for Intel in Asia Pacific region as it made a leap forward by unveiling next generation processors, also known as third gen Intel Processors, that changed the way people use and interact with computing technology from interactive signs, smart cars to smartphones, tablets and Ultrabooks,” said Naveed Siraj, Country Manager for Intel in Pakistan.
Intel predicts that 15 billion devices will be connected to the Internet by 2015; this will cause tremendous growth in data and a host of new IT challenges.
Key achievements of Intel in 2012 include the launch of a new 32nm Intel® Atom™ Z2760 processor – specifically tailored for Windows Tablets – which came into existence after a research conducted by Intel showing that the ability to navigate through content using a touch screen makes people feel more empowered and in control.
He said that evolution in technology from the region made possible for the world to see devices with an immersive and personal computing experience, while Intel remained a driving force behind this innovation.
In 2012 Intel made smarter, faster and more secure computing possible through the integration of revolutionary technology. The first processors built on Intels innovative 22nm 3-D tri-gate transistors came to market with the launch of the 3rd Gen Intel® Core™ processor family.https://www.technologytimes.pk/intel-pakistan-announces-roadmap-for-year-2013/News2013,announces,Intel,Pakistan,roadmap,yearSTAFF REPORT IBD: The Intel Pakistan, while highlighting companys roadmap for the upcoming year, has enumerated achievements it secured during the year 2012 at a session recently held for media.'The 2012 was an exciting year for Intel in Asia Pacific region as it made a leap forward by unveiling...Technology TimesTechnology Times firstname.lastname@example.orgAdministratorTechnology Times is Pakistan's First Newspaper on Science and TechnologyTechnology Times