Intel to embark on wearable technology industry at CES 2014 |


Wearable technology industry continues to gain popularity around the globe and every great tech manufacturing company seems to have plans to join the trail. Intel, a company that influenced the computer technology at a greater pace has announce to enter into wearable tech industry.

Going by Intel CEO Brian Krzanich words, Intel will be launching a number of wearable products at CES 2014. Krzanich was recently quoted in an interview with Recode that “what you will see at CES is that we [Intel] are actually going to bring some very innovative wearables to the show that are developed and manufactured here.” Even though these products won’t be available to the public for a while, we can expect some great products wearing powerful processors.

Krzanich assures us that Intel will be launching a new line of Quark chips during the trade show, which will run on various different platforms from mobile devices to wearable tech and machines.

“Our view is that Quark can make almost everything smart,” Krzanich said. “We’ll show you some things that you would never have thought could become smart and communicate.”

Intel CEO also mentioned that its company is on a plan to revolutionize the tablet line of technology as well as mobile phones. He claims that Intel will make Intel’s signature chips in outside manufacturing plants in an effort to quickly deliver a more integrated processor for phones. Krzanich admits that to break through mobile business it will cost extra effort.

“The phone space is tough because it is consolidated,” he said, noting that Apple and Samsung get 80 percent of the profits from the entire handset market. “If you really want to make inroads in [smartphones], you need to win one of the two big guys.”

One thing I know for sure, Intel cannot enter the mobile & Tablet industry and remain a middle size player. Let’s wait and see what Intel reveals at CES 2014 event, next week.


SOURCE: Recode 

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