Intel is not a company that simply dabbles in memory and storage; it’s a company focused on data-centric transformation, of disrupting the memory and storage market with key technologies that bridge cost and performance gaps in the memory and storage hierarchy. We’re building the future for a smart, connected, data-centric world — and the future is now.
At Intel, we believe that being a catalyst for change comes with the responsibility of ensuring the world is prepared for the technological transformations we help usher in. This has never been truer than it is for artificial intelligence (AI). AI has the potential to impact industries and workforces in profound ways, even as it unlocks enormous economic potential.
Wearing virtual reality headshets, visitors to Intel’s booth at Mobile World Congress 2019 take in mixed reality experiences. Visitors are immersed in the world of DC Comics tech-savvy Super Hero Batman as he takes on SuperVillain The Scarecrow, or they can experience “Spider-Man: Far From Home”, brought to life with the world’s first multiplayer virtual reality environment over 5G. 5G’s gigabit speeds and ultra-reliable low-latency communications combined with virtualized networks and edge computing enable new immersive media experiences spanning virtual reality/augmented reality, cloud gaming and high-resolution 360-degrees video.