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The 2017 Tech Innovator Awards

The ability to translate a future-facing view of technology into reality today is the crowning achievement of this year's Tech Innovator winners. Here's who has provided that spark this year.

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EDITOR'S CHOICE

The Editor's Choice awards for 2017 honor two vendors whose innovations do not fit neatly underneath any of the categories in the contest -- a cybersecurity platform that cuts across security categories and a processor series that's sure to underpin many other technology advancements in the future. We felt they were deserving of an award for their work in pushing the envelope in crucial areas of IT.

WINNERS:

FireEye Helix

With the Helix platform, FireEye brings together its security products under a single, integrated platform -- a move that helps partners move away from point solutions to provide an overall better security outcome. The platform combines FireEye's network, endpoint, threat analytics, advanced threat intelligence, and Security Orchestrator offerings into a unified system with a single user interface. From there, customers can also add email, FireEye-as-a-Service, and additional threat intelligence and orchestration capabilities, as well as integrate third-party threat intelligence streams and alerts. In addition, FireEye distinguishes itself with substantial automation capabilities, along with threat intelligence from Mandiant and iSight.

Intel X-series

Intel this year unveiled a new desktop processor family, the X-series, offering dramatically enhanced performance. Leading the lineup is the Core i9 processor, which features 18 cores and 36 threads at the very top level (the Core i9 Extreme Edition 9-7980XE). Intel is also offering four lower tiers of Core i9 processors, ranging between 10-core and 16-core versions. Ultimately, Intel said the Core X lineup packs up to 10 percent faster multi-thread performance over its previous generation of chips. Meanwhile, Intel also introduced Core i7 X-series processors, such as an eight-core, 16-thread model, along with a quad-core, eight-thread model.

 
 
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