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Now that we are approaching the final days of 2016, it is not a bad idea to review and check on the success, innovations, improvements, and upgrades that Intel has accomplished. Thus, resulting in electronic technology being enhanced and new devices hitting the market.

Where 4G was not only moving data faster, but also helping to increase the volume and complexity of data traffic for today’s communications, build the foundation, and focus on 5G for a much more powerful device at 2016 in Barcelona.

In 2016 Intel, has been working with policymakers, the industry’s leaders focused on overall improvement, innovations for everyone from company to consumers: let us start with Artificial intelligence.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) already exists from the commonplace talk-to- text, photo tagging and fraud detection, to the precision medicine, injury prediction and autonomous cars.  AI will enable machines to increase human ability beyond imagination. 
*On Feb 5th Intel debuts its Intel 5G Trial Platform at Mobile world congress. And recently, Intel launches its second-generation platform
That used for 5G networks testing today by multiple tier-1 service providers.
*On July 14th: (FCC) approved a plan for implementing 5G in the U.S.
*On Dec 6th: Partnership between three companies (Intel, AT&T*, and Ericsson*) announced to launch the first 5G business customer trial.

* On July 1st: BMW Group*, Intel and Mobileye* announced together to bring automated driving solutions into production by 2021.
* On Nov 15th: an announcement made by Intel Capital that there will be $250 million additional new investments over the next two years on fully autonomous driving project.

*On August 16th: Project alloy made public by Intel, and all-in-one virtual reality solution.     
*On November 3rd: Intel announced that has acquired VOKE, a leader in live, VR experiences to deliver immersive sports experiences for athletes, fans and content producers. According to Intel CEO Brian Krzanich, VR or Virtual reality, is “merged” reality, and is an important building block for delivering a truly immersive sports experience. VR uses computing power to deliver virtual-world experiences more dynamically. For example, a defender’s perspective or the defensive rush from the quarterback’s perspective.
The BOKE TrueVR experience is:
- Realistic and immersive, VOKE’s proprietary paired lens, stereoscopic capture system provides a natural view of the action, allowing fans to see realistic proportions and depth wherever they look.
- Multiplatform: Users can access the experience from any device they choose including PC, tablet, phone and VR headset.
- Broadcaster-friendly: VOKE’s model echoes Intel’s enabling strategy for an end-to –end solution that easily integrates into existing broadcaster and league channels.


On December 7th Intel and Microsoft announced the specs for Window
On December14th Virtual Reality, this great handset device runs on Intel processors. Powerful device demands PCs with great computing performance and with Intel 7i core processors Extreme Edition you will get great performance from your PC.
This technology (VOKE VR) is giving people an opportunity to experience the highly anticipated 15th season final runway show of “Project Runway” in immersive virtual reality, Viewers can watch the finale in virtual reality with a Samsung Gear VR headset by downloading the VOKE VR app from the Oculus Store or with Google.


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