Intel’s Superior Communication Technology for a Better World

Though the details are pretty technical, Intel’s new communications and data technologies are about creating a better world. There are a million applications, a few of which the company profiles very well in their newest ad campaign. They have a great way of taking topical issues (earthquakes in California and increased agriculture demands, for instance) and finding ways for their technology to make these more understandable and manageable.


In the case of agriculture, Intel demonstrates how they are able to help farmers keep an eye on every aspect of their farms, without having to be physically present in those locations. Using computer systems to track growth patterns, yields, soil retention, nutrition, and every other aspect of farming, is essential to drawing more nutrition out of the earth, for a growing humanity. But it’s a job that humans can’t do on their own. By extending our senses through technologies like Intel’s, it makes this process more possible and effective.

There are endless other applications which technologies like these will find. Intel does a good job at capturing the imaginations of people who want to believe in a better future. As the world continues to change and develop, you can be sure that Intel is going to be there every step of the way, designing the technologies that make the future possible.

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2 Responses to “Intel’s Superior Communication Technology for a Better World”

  1. Kristine Roosevolt

    Sep 22. 2015

    Intel has brought a drastic change in the world of communication and technology. It will surely create a great world in the coming future.

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  2. Todd Watts

    Sep 25. 2015

    Intel changed computers as we know it. Nice article:)

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