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Intel Show Off Latest Consumer and Enterprise Hardware at CeBIT 2015

Intel is well known for their high-end CPUs, but that’s certainly not all the company does, as they provide hardware for every kind of computer you can imagine and they provide solutions for consumer products and enterprise products of every shape and size.

On Display at CeBIT 2015 was all the latest and greatest Intel hardware, such as their high-end network adaptors and the processing powerhouse that is the Xeon Phi Coprocessor 3120A

NUC style systems are proving very popular right now, as their well suited to everything from the connected home, to digital signage. You’ll also note that many of the SFF style systems on the market right now are powered by Intel processors, thanks to their impressive low power consumption and industry leading performance.

Smart wearables are big business right now and the very cool Fitness and Sleep tracker is a great looking device; if you’re into that sort of thing.

It’s a shame these are locked up in a box, as I’m eager to see what kind of performance we can get from these Intel smart headphones.

A very cool booth from Intel, unfortunately, the booth was setup with a focus on business meetings rather than getting hands on with the products, but they did have this lovely simulator setup to demo ICE systems, a hot topic right now, especially with people like Nvidia and Apple all playing their hand into the automotive industry.

 

Peter Donnell

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