Intel Chip Chat is a recurring podcast series focused on Intel technologies that brings you news, information and interviews from the chipmakers themselves.
Hosted by Intel employee Allyson Klein since 2007, past topics have included microarchitecture and silicon innovation, accelerators, virtualization technology, storage, interconnect technologies, mobility, data center technologies, energy-efficient performance and design, cloud computing, Intel research and upcoming technologies.
Each informal Q&A with an expert runs about six minutes long and covers technologies such as Intel microarchitecture; PCI Express* Technology; Intel QuickAssist Technology; WiMAX; Mobile Internet Devices; Intel Xeon, Itanium and AtomTM processors; ENERGY STAR*; Intel QuickPath Technology; Intel Virtualization Technology; tera-scale computing; and Intel Developer Forum highlights.
Helping AI Developers Quickly Deploy Models in the Cloud – Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 219
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Anshuman Pandey, founder & CEO of NimbleBox, joins host Jake Smith to talk about the company’s one-stop-shop platform for AI developers. With an easy-to-use web app, developers can quickly deploy models in a cloud-based system and focus on their code. The two also talk about the […]
Helping Develop Applications on the Edge with Intel – Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 218
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Thevi Sundaralingam, who leads the Intel Edge Software Hub Product Management and Strategy team, joins host Jake Smith to talk about how Intel works with a broad number of IoT developers on application use cases for edge deployment by providing pre-configured software packages and hardware recommendations. […]
Driving Performance Gains in Open Banking – Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 217
Roland Mesters, founder of Nordigen, joins host Jake Smith to talk about how the fintech company provides transaction-based analytics for income verification and affordability checks by leveraging machine learning in open banking. The two talk about how open banking is changing the finance industry in Europe and around the world, the difficulties in managing unstructured […]
Living on the Edge with Intel and Lumen – Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 216
Randy Tucker, Lumen Edgevangelist, joins host Jake Smith to talk about edge computing, the history of telecommunications pioneering in Colorado, and the advancements in network infrastructure. Randy explains why milliseconds count when it comes to the edge and how working closely with Intel has improved performance across the globe. The two also talk about how […]
Protecting Against DDoS Attacks with Hardware and Software Solutions – Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 215
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Henry Tam, Senior Product Manager at F5, joins host Jake Smith to talk about the growing transition to virtualized environments, F5’s history in traffic management, the future of 5G and edge computing, and why the company is leveraging new solutions to offload DDoS mitigation from a […]
Using AI Sense to Stay Safe During a Pandemic – Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 214
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Alok Mishra, founder of Wesense, joins host Jake Smith to talk about how the company, in partnership with Wipro, developed Clearhealth—a safety compliance product for COVID-19 in India that combines touch-free attendance, temperature checks, sanitization compliance, and mask protection compliance for offices and retail locations. The […]
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I own an event company and am always fascinated by new technology. Chip Chat, should be boring (just based on the techy topics) but it's absolutelly not, I highly recommend people check it out!
I follow tech trends for work, and this podcast continually surprises me with its content. It seems to always be just ahead of the curve, even announcing technologies before they've made it to the other guys. Plus, the host is fun and seems really intelligent and actually makes the episodes enjoyable and informative. Highly reccomended.