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  • Amy took advantage of Intel’s education opportunities, networking events, and advisor programs to skyrocket her career.

    —30+ days ago
    Amazing Works Here - Intel

    We strongly believe that in order to shape the future of technology, we must be representative of it. Creating innovation is a worthy goal, but using that technology to create incredible new experiences for people is where things become magical.

  • "In October 2015, [Intel] announced that it would increase coverage for fertility medical services (from $10,000 to $40,000) and medication expenses (from $5,000 to $20,000)."

    —30+ days ago
    These Tech Companies Cover Egg-Freezing And IVF

    When a doctor told an Apple employee and his wife that in vitro fertilization was their only shot at a second child, they worried whether the procedure would work. But they didn't worry about paying for it out of pocket, as most people in the United States would.

  • From corporate jets to free personal training, here are 6 Intel U.S. benefits you may not know about.

    —30+ days ago
    Get to know 6 'secret' Intel U.S. benefits - Jobs@Intel Blog

    I work in recruitment marketing and every so often I get to drop in on new employee orientation sessions. It's always fun to talk to new employees during their first week at Intel. Being that I'm in Arizona, topics that ... Read more >

  • Intel's Jonathan Stern sheds some light in to the mission and culture of our Data Center Group at Intel.

    —30+ days ago
    Working in the Data Center Group - Moving IT Forward - Jobs@Intel Blog

    Today we are talking with Jonathan Stern, SPDK and ISA-L Applications Engineer with Intel's Data Center Group (DCG). Jon sheds some light into the mission and culture of the DCG at Intel and the amazing difference IT professionals can make ... Read more >

  • IoT Strategist Brian McCarson gives an inside look on what it’s like to work on IoT at Intel

    —30+ days ago
    Working on IoT at Intel - What you can expect - Jobs@Intel Blog

    R ecently, some of our veteran project leaders took time out of their busy schedules to talk to us about what it's like to work at Intel and why they have devoted their considerable talent to Intel. The first to speak to us was Brian McCarson, Senior Principal Engineer with the Intel Internet of Things (IoT) Group.

  • Intel was recognized as one of the best places to Interview by Glassdoor users. What can an interview tell you about a company?

    —30+ days ago
    Intel Honored Once Again on Glassdoor's 2016 List of 'Best Places to Interview' - Jobs@Intel Blog

    Intel received recognition this week from in their Candidate's Choice Award for Best Place to Interview. The list, composed of the 50 businesses with the best interview experience as rated by interview candidates themselves, included major names in a wide variety of different industries.

  • Merged Reality “cuts the VR cord,” allowing you to go fully untethered from consoles and controllers.

    —30+ days ago
    Merged Reality- The Best of All Worlds

    Over the past few years, virtual reality and augmented reality have gone mainstream. Yet with most VR and AR technologies available today, it's challenging to merge physical, real-life movement and environments with simulated virtual objects, environments and actions. When it comes down to it, today's virtual reality isn't really that virtual.

  • Intel has acquired Yogitech, a developer of systems that enable your car to respond to its surroundings and keep you safer.

    —30+ days ago
    Blog: Intel Acquires YOGITECH for IoT Functional Safety | Intel Newsroom

    By Ken Caviasca Today, functional safety (including Advanced Driver Assistance Systems or ADAS) is used to enhance the safety of transportation and factory systems. One of the fastest-growing segments in automotive electronics, ADAS makes features like assisted parking possible and paves the way for fully autonomous vehicles in the not-so-distant future.

  • New technologies from Intel are making cloud computing faster and more accessible than ever before.

    —30+ days ago
    Intel Makes Move to the Cloud Faster, Easier | Intel Newsroom

    NEWS HIGHLIGHTS Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 v4 product family delivers the foundation for modern, software-defined clouds. New Intel® SSDs, including Intel's first 3D NAND drives optimized for cloud and enterprise workloads, deliver fast, dependable data access. Collaborations with leading cloud software and solution providers, new industry programs help accelerate businesses' access to enterprise-ready, easy-to-deploy cloud ...

  • Intel has created an entirely new memory system with the speed of DRAM and the storage capacity of a NAND SSD.

    —30+ days ago
    3D XPoint™ Unveiled-The Next Breakthrough in Memory Technology

    See 3D XPoint™ technology unveiled-a breakthrough in non-volatile storage technology that is cheaper than DRAM and faster than NAND.

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