Intel-NTU Connected Context Computing Center Successfully Revealed State-of-the-Art Technology on Intel Asia Innovation Summit 2015


 
TAIPEI, Oct. 22, 2015 2015 Intel Asia Innovation Summit opens today gathering scholars, researchers and government delegates from across Asia to exchange views and foster long-term partnership for innovation.
 
2015 Intel Asia Innovation Summit also demonstrates the cutting-edge technologies from Intel in partnership with the research community as well as Information Technology (IT) industry to reinvent the computing landscape by making everything connected, smart, seamlessly integrated. Intel also announced the progress of Intel Labs’ research collaboration with the Industrial Technology Research Institute*(ITRI) and Intel-NTU Connected Context Computing Center* (Intel-NTU Center).
 
 
Jason Chen, Intel Sales and Marketing Group Vice President and Intel Taiwan Country Manager, indicates: “Intel was founded on innovation, and we continue to embrace that spirit. The process of invention, innovation and investment that previously drove the microprocessor remains true for Intel in the smart and connected device era. Our focus at Innovation Summit is to generate new ideas and opportunities across the innovation ecosystem in areas such as memory, Internet of Things and Big Data. We’re proud to host the event here again in Taiwan, which is central to our own transformation story.”
 

 
Intel Asia Innovation Summit
 
2015 Intel Asia Innovation Summit is happening in Taipei on October 22-23,gathering more than 250 delegates from India, Korea, Japan, Malaysia, China, Singapore, Vietnam, the United States and Taiwan.  The two-day event includes keynotes, track sessions, panel discussions, Intel Innovation Showcase, and networking activities to motivate opportunities and inspire innovations for collaboration. 2015 Intel Asia Innovation Summit covers key technology areas such as Internet of Things (IoT), cloud technology, social innovation and future innovation. Researchers, scholars and makers from diversified backgrounds are sharing insights for the invention of emerging technologies.  The “Intel Innovation Showcase” also demonstrates the cutting-edge technologies from Intel in partnership with the research community as well as IT industry.
 

 
Intel-NTU Center
Intel-NTU Connected Context Computing Center* (Intel-NTU Center), a joint venture of Intel, Ministry of Science and Technology, R.O.C. (MOST) and the National Taiwan University (NTU) in 2011 for Internet of Things (IoT) and machine-to-machine (M2M) computing research, has achieved great progress. As part of Intel’s global network of university research communities called the Intel Collaborative Research Institutes (ICRI), Intel-NTU Center is Intel’s first research center of ICRI in Asia.
 
Intel-NTU Center has been working closely with multidisciplinary experts, in computer science, electric engineering, business and design to develop advanced technologies in IoT for improving people’s lives, inspiring future technology. Intel-NTU Center has also made outstanding contributions in communicationand sensing which are the key differentiation between Internet and IoT in making IoT feasible, tangible and cost-efficient.
 
 
Intel-NTU Center researchers have published 274 academic papers and been invited for over 109 times as invited speakers presenting Intel-NTU Center’s results. The center also won over 31 awards and honors for their outstanding achievements, and 10 best paper awards. Over the past five years, Intel-NTU Center has attracted 32 talents from all over the world for internship with professors and researchers in Intel-NTU Center; with their solid internship experience, a few of them have admitted to top tier universities in the U.S. Intel Labs also offered privileged internship opportunities to students with the Intel-NTU Center; among 28 interns from Intel-NTU Center, 3 with outstanding performance have joined Intel as full-time employee.
 

 
About Intel
Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) is a world leader in computing innovation. The company designs and builds the essential technologies that serve as the foundation for the world’s computing devices. As a leader in corporate responsibility and sustainability, Intel also manufactures the world’s first commercially available “conflict-free” microprocessors. Additional information about Intel is available at newsroom.intel.com and blogs.intel.com, and about Intel’s conflict-free efforts at conflictfree.intel.com.
 
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