The Future Of Intel
For the October cover story, CRN talked to Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger and several other executives about Gelsinger’s comeback plan, which includes a reimagining of the chipmaker’s software strategy. Dive deeper into the future of Intel here with extensive Q&As with Intel executives and channel partners as well as new stories that shed more light into Intel’s strategy for software, AI and beyond.
Intel’s John Kalvin On How New ISV Investments Will Boost Partners
In an exclusive interview with CRN, Intel Global Channel Chief John Kalvin says the chipmaker is increasing investments to ensure a broader range of software is ready for new processors as soon as they launch to help channel partners deliver Intel-based solutions faster and with greater confidence.
New Intel CTO Greg Lavender Talks ‘Developer Reboot,’ Making ‘More Sophisticated Software’
In an exclusive interview with CRN, new Intel CTO Greg Lavender talks about the company’s ‘developer reboot,’ which includes an unprecedented persuasion campaign for independent software developers, and building ‘more sophisticated software’ to create new business opportunities for partners.
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger: The Silicon Man With The Software Plan
Pat Gelsinger’s eight-year stint leading VMware cemented his mantra that ‘the future is software.’ Now that he’s in the CEO seat at Intel, he’s determined to team with its large ecosystem of partners to prove that’s still true.
Intel’s Gelsinger: AMD’s Lead ‘Over’ With New Alder Lake, Sapphire Rapids CPUs
In an exclusive interview with CRN, Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger talks about how the upcoming Alder Lake and Sapphire Rapids CPUs will put the heat on AMD, his view of Arm’s emergence in the data center and the importance of channel partners to Intel’s future.
Intel Considering New Paid Software Services, CEO Gelsinger Says
In an exclusive interview with CRN, Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger says the chipmaker is looking at new ways to bring in revenue through software, which would add on to existing paid software services like Intel Unite and Intel Data Center Manager. Greg Lavender, Intel’s new CTO who followed Gelsinger from VMware, says one potential avenue for paid software services is the telemetry capabilities of the company’s processors.
Pat Gelsinger: Intel Will Be ‘More Ecosystem-Friendly’ Than Nvidia
In his exclusive interview with CRN, Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger talks about how Intel’s recent reorganization will give more attention to Intel’s “under-focused” graphics and network businesses, how Intel plans to win market share from Nvidia and why Intel is looking at building new paid software services and purpose-built systems in the future.