On Tuesday April 2, Intel will host an event called the Data-Centric Innovation Day. Not much is known about the content of the event. There’s been some speculation as to what will be announced, however, Intel could go in lots of different directions due to the breadth of their product portfolio.
The official word from Intel’s press release says a lot without giving away very much.
“Navin Shenoy, executive vice president and general manager of Intel’s data center group, and Lisa Spelman, vice president and general manager of Intel® Xeon® products, will share the latest platform innovations across Intel’s data-centric businesses related to breakthroughs in processing, memory and storage, and connectivity technologies, in addition to advancements in high-growth areas, such as artificial intelligence and cloud-ready networks.“
Tech Field Day will be there covering the event. I’ll be there along with my fellow delegates attempting to get as much info about whatever it is we see and then providing some context as to what that means for the broader IT landscape.
Date: April 2, 2019
Location: San Francisco, CA
Time: 09:30 AM PT
How to Watch:
Also, expect much coverage on social media via Twitter. Be sure to check the feeds of the following TFD delegates for a diverse range of insights : Al Rasheed (@Al_Rasheed), Brian Gleason (@BytesOfCloud), Denny Cherry (@MrDenny ), Enrico Signoretti (@ESignoretti ), Jeffrey Powers (@Geekazine ),
You can also add my Twitter account to that list - Nate Avery (@Nathaniel_Avery)