Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Intel Predicts Trends and Innovations for 2013

Intel has shared with us some great news and predictions a few days ago as they continue their innovative transformation of the computing experience.

Intel made a leap forward towards a brighter future by delivering next generation proces

sors and making technology more immersive and personal thus extending computing technology to connect and enrich lives.

The processor manufacturing giant is also strengthening the Education sector by encouraging the adoption of 21st century skills and investing in Asian startups and technopreneurs.

In 2012, Asia moved away from being just a manufacturing hub and went into the global spotlight as one of  the centers for innovation. The region also continued to grow unlike other parts of the world that suffered economic headwinds.

In 2013, new populations will come online; 300 million people in Asia Pacific are currently not digitally aware and in 2013 these populations will start looking for ways to connect.

In 2013, we expect the adoption of technology in emerging markets to propel innovation.

The consumerization of IT will continue, not only with the trend of taking your own device to work or the BYOD, driven by the enterprise grade tablets, but also by employees looking for many ways to connect and share with colleagues.

The traditional input methods of keyboard and mice will continue tobe challenged by new input methods, touch to begin with but eventually "gesture and/or voice recognition."

We can expect a new crop of innovators developing applications relevant to their peers and will present not only a localisation of global ideas or content but also new concepts for locala nd global use.

A range of screen sizes, processing power and weights will enter the market of 2013 and manufacturers will rely on consumers' choices to identify the most popular devices for future production.

In 2013, an economy witha diverse and dynamic collection of entrepreneurs will contribute to local and global productivity.

Governments and institutions will invest in developing strong educational frameworks to create a skilled labor force for the future.

Small to Medium enterprises (SMEs) will also embrace technology into their work, ushering in annew wave of connected businesses, entrepreneurs, and employers.

In 2013, more IT managers will continue to implementIntel x86 infrastructure for mission critical and cloud workloads.

4th Generation Intel Core processors will shape the coming computing experience.

Traffic for cloud computing is set to grow six-fold by 2016. Systems and information that have been tradionally trapped in silos will begin to be freed.

Cloud users will begin to demand standardized, open, interoperable platforms for cloud computing. The demand for unrestricted use, bringing data in and out of the cloud, will become a focus in 2013.

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