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Intel® Chip Chat is a recurring podcast series of informal, one-on-one interviews with some of the brightest minds in the industry. Hosted by Intel employee Allyson Klein since 2007, Intel Chip Chat strives to bring listeners closer to the innovations and inspirations of the men and women shaping the future of computing, and in the process share a little bit about the technologists themselves.

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Intel® Chip Chat is a recurring podcast series of informal, one-on-one interviews with some of the brightest minds in the industry. Hosted by Intel employee Allyson Klein since 2007, Intel Chip Chat strives to bring listeners closer to the innovations and inspirations of the men and women shaping the future of computing, and in the process share a little bit about the technologists themselves.

    Enabling Cloud Native Networks - Intel® Chip Chat episode 705

    Enabling Cloud Native Networks - Intel® Chip Chat episode 705

    Rajesh Gadiyar, Vice President for the Data Platforms Group and Chief Technology Officer for the Network Platforms Group at Intel, joins Chip Chat for a primer on cloud native network functions.

    Gadiyar helps to define and drive the next generation architectures, including key software elements, that are needed for future networks. In this interview, Gadiyar and host Allyson Klein discuss the need for cloud-native approaches in order to fully deliver new paradigms like 5G and edge computing. Gadiyar describes cloud native as "an approach to building and running applications and services that utilizes the best practices of the cloud computing delivery model" and as the natural the next phase of the industry's network transformation journey. Though significant progress has been made in virtualizing many key applications across the network infrastructure, cloud native approaches will be key to addressing customer needs such as further infrastructure disaggregation, automation and automated application lifecycle management, and composable applications.

    Gadiyar highlights benefits to cloud-native approaches, such as application agility and flexibility, accelerated development, and modularity that enables scale, as well as key Intel investments in hardware platforms, software platforms, and open source initiatives that are enabling the delivery of cloud native. Finally, Gadiyar shares excitement for the roll-out of 5G in the coming months and points to several key technical principles such as disaggregation, automation, scalability, resiliency and reliability, and a new software lifecycle, that can serve as guideposts to customers on their cloud native journeys.

    For more on Intel's enablement of cloud native approaches, please visit https://networkbuilders.intel.com and follow Gadiyar on Twitter at https://twiter.com/rgadiyar.

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    • 16 min
    Berlin Institute of Health Cell Sequencing COVID-19 Solutions – Intel® Chip Chat episode 704

    Berlin Institute of Health Cell Sequencing COVID-19 Solutions – Intel® Chip Chat episode 704

    On this episode of Chip Chat, Dr. Roland Eils, the founding director of the BIH Digital Health Center of the Berlin Institute of Health (BIH), talks with host Allyson Klein about their advanced COVID-19 cell sequencing research and how critical technology is in delivering timely results within the medical industry.

    During their talk, Dr. Eils explains BIH’s process in collecting COVID-19 samples from infected patients and establishing a pipeline through molecular categorization by massive genome sequencing. This large amount of data is used to help predict infected patients’ progression and recommend medical solutions. Intel’s Select Solution architecture tailored to BIH’s workload requirements has accelerated patient research and enabled quicker medical diagnostics. The two also discuss the instrumental role of the IT industry in integrating and processing large amounts of critical medical data. Finally, Dr. Eils describe the institute’s future plans to research the after-recovery effects of COVID-19 patients with international clinical data.

    To learn more about the Berlin Institute of Health and their project on COVID-19 cell sequencing, visit https://www.bihealth.org/en/.

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    • 10 min
    New Intel Processors Designed for AI and Data-Intensive Services - Intel® Chip Chat episode 703

    New Intel Processors Designed for AI and Data-Intensive Services - Intel® Chip Chat episode 703

    On this episode of Chip Chat, Lisa Spelman, VP & GM of Intel Xeon Products and Data Center Marketing, talks with host Allyson Klein about the new 3rd Gen Intel® Xeon® Scalable processor for today’s AI-infused, data-intensive digital services.

    Designed for deep learning, VM density, in-memory database and analytics-intensive cloud services, the 3rd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processor is the first mainstream general-purpose CPU with built in bfloat16 instructions to make AI training more widely deployable for image classification, speech recognition, language modeling and other applications.

    Spelman also talks about the new Intel Stratix® 10 NX, Intel’s first AI-optimized FPGA for high-throughput, low-latency tasks such as natural language processing and financial fraud detection. She expands on advanced memory capabilities from the new Intel Optane™ persistent memory 200 series and the Intel SSD D7-P5500 and P5600, which are designed to support the intense IO requirements of AI and analytics.

    For the latest Intel news, visit newsroom.intel.com. To see the latest performance claims and benchmarks, visit intel.com/benchmarks. Follow Lisa Spelman on Twitter at twitter.com/lisaspelman.

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    • 20 min
    Intel’s Scale to Serve Program helps hospitals expand ICU capacity - Intel® Chip Chat episode 702

    Intel’s Scale to Serve Program helps hospitals expand ICU capacity - Intel® Chip Chat episode 702

    On this episode of Chip Chat, Bryce Olson, Global Marketing Director of Health and Life Sciences Group, talks with host Allyson Klein about the changing world we live in due to the COVID-19 pandemic and how technology is playing a greater role in health services.

    The two discuss Intel and Medical Informatics Corporation’s new Scale to Serve Program to help hospitals rapidly install and scale MIC’s Sickbay™ platform. The platform is designed to help hospitals rapidly expand intensive care unit (ICU) bed capacity and create more efficient care of the most critical patients while also reducing risk of COVID-19 exposure for critical care providers who are at a higher risk of exposure due to the nature of their work. Hospitals interested in access can apply for the program on the MIC website: https://sickbay.michealthcare.com/scaletoserve

    Learn more about the Serve to Scale program: https://newsroom.intel.com/news/intel-mic-announce-scale-serve-program-rapidly-expand-remote-icus-100-us-hospitals/

    Follow Bryce on Twitter: https://twitter.com/bryceolson

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    • 15 min
    How Intel is changing course in the midst of a pandemic - Intel® Chip Chat episode 700

    How Intel is changing course in the midst of a pandemic - Intel® Chip Chat episode 700

    On this episode of Chip Chat, Intel CIO Archie Deskus talks with host Allyson Klein about how Intel was able to successfully pivot its workforce while maintaining business operations. Because Intel created a Pandemic Leadership Team (PLT) following the SARS outbreak of 2002-2003, there was some preparation for half of all employees work remotely, but the speed and severity of this pandemic forced the company to innovate rapidly.

    The two discuss why Intel needed to make numerous changes across manufacturing, supply chain, sales and marketing, human resources and finance while supporting 100,000 remote workers worldwide and go into further details about how Intel IT was able to double VPN capacity over a single weekend.

    Read more about how Intel transitioned to support 100,000 remote workers in Archie’s blog on the IT Peer Network: https://itpeernetwork.intel.com/how-intel-it-transitioned-to-supporting-100000-remote-workers/ Find more about Intel’s best practices for IT organizations at intel.com/it, and follow Archie on Twitter at https://twitter.com/archiedeskus.

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    Intel technologies may require enabled hardware, software or service activation.
    No product or component can be absolutely secure.
    Your costs and results may vary.
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    • 9 min
    Azure Confidential Computing Now Accelerating Cloud Adoption – Intel® Chip Chat episode 699

    Azure Confidential Computing Now Accelerating Cloud Adoption – Intel® Chip Chat episode 699

    On this episode of Chip Chat, Vikas Bhatia, Head of Product for Microsoft Azure Confidential Computing, talks with host Allyson Klein about the role of Azure and Intel SGX in protecting applications and data during use in the public cloud.

    Azure Confidential Computing is a broad Microsoft initiative to protect applications and data while in use in the public cloud and is enabled by Intel SGX. Vikas describes exciting recent developments in confidential computing, including the Confidential Computing Consortium, the general availability announcement of Intel SGX-based VMs, and various use cases that customers are targeting with confidential computing.

    To learn more about Azure Confidential Computing with Intel SGX-based VMs, visit http://aka.ms/azurecc or follow @azure on Twitter.

    Notices & Disclaimers
    Intel technologies may require enabled hardware, software or service activation.
    No product or component can be absolutely secure.
    Your costs and results may vary.
    © Intel Corporation. Intel, the Intel logo, and other Intel marks are trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries. Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.

    • 20 min

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