Bringing Moore’s Law Off the Desktop and Into the Cloud By Intel CEO at Consumer Electronics Show
Broadband's Impact, CES2014, Cybersecurity, The Innovation Economy, Wireless
January 7th, 2014
LAS VEGAS, January 7, 2014 – Just six months on the job, the new CEO of Silicon Valley computing giant Intel came to the International Consumer Electronics Show here to hail the power of tiny.
“Most of my career, computing has been something that you hold in your hand, in your pocket, or that sits on a desk,” said CEO Brian Krzanich. “That idea is about to be transformed.”
“We are entering this tiny world,” he said, referring to the Intel Tri-Gate three-dimensional 22 nanometer transistor, and “tiny could not be better.” Future advances toward 14 nanometer transistors are in the works, he said.
Mobile Devices Open Up New Vistas for Connectivity and a Platform for Innovation, Says Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs
CES2013, The Innovation Economy, Wireless
January 7th, 2013
LAS VEGAS, January 7, 2013 – An intellectual property licensing company that designs the chipsets for mobile devices — and barely offer a consumer-facing brand — took center stage here at the opening keynote of the Consumer Electronics Show tonight. Paul Jacobs, Chairman and CEO of the San Diego based Qualcomm, opened up the premiere […]
China to Begin New Crackdown on Digital Piracy and Counterfeit Goods
Asia, Intellectual Property, International
October 28th, 2010
Mainland Chinese authorities will begin a new round of crackdowns on digital piracy and against the traffickers of counterfeit goods at the end of October, according to a recent report in the Xinhua News Agency, China’s official newswire.
The new campaign was announced early last week at a state council meeting presided over by Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao.
Summit Speakers Want More Broadband Access For Minorities, Criticize Net Neutrality
National Broadband Plan, Net Neutrality
November 18th, 2009
WASHINGTON, November 18, 2009 – The opening speaker of a summit focused on improving broadband penetration to minority and low-income areas of the country, and criticized advocates of Net neutrality for being out of touch with the needs of minorities, as he attempted to enlist the mantle civil rights leader Martin Luther King into his cause.
“[L]et us remember the worlds of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., ‘All progress is precarious, and the solution of one problem brings us face-to-face with another problem,’” said Julius Hollis, the founder of the Alliance for Digital Equality, in prepared remarks.
“If we fail to find common-ground on the issues before the U.S. Federal Communications Commission relative to the rulemaking governing broadband adoption, the financing of broadband infrastructure and the over-arching issue of net neutrality, the long-term socio-economic chaos that will be inflicted upon our society would be far too devastating to comprehend,” warned Hollis.
Gates Foundation Grants $7 Million to Connected Nation and American Library Association
Broadband Data, States
December 19th, 2008
WASHINGTON, December 19 – Connected Nation and the American Library Association will receive a $7 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in a broadband initiative designed to improve internet connections in public libraries, the foundation said Thursday.