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2012 Red Hat Summit: Pauline Nist, Intel keynote

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Published on Jun 28, 2012

In this keynote from the 2012 Red Hat Summit and JBoss World, Pauline Nist, general manager of Enterprise Software at Intel, discusses how Intel uses open source software and industry-standard platforms to deliver innovation at scale.

Within the next decade, Intel will build a processor with more transistors on chip than there are neurons in the brain. And in that same time, a cloud of computing will envelop the planet with just as many intelligent systems. As the world population goes online, the feedback loops of interaction will drive a profound shift in the production and consumption of information services.

At the core of this transformation is the growing need to help businesses and consumers turn a deluge of data into a stream of insights.

Nist describes how Intel sets its sights on the big challenges: ingesting data from billions of intelligent devices, analyzing it cost-effectively in hyper-scale datacenters, and bringing social experiences to mobile users around the world.

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