Voices of Compute: Explore the Role of the PC
Intel and its ecosystem partners are on a journey together to explore the role of the PC. What will the next era of compute bring?
The role of the PC is probably never going to be the same.
From the pandemic, we see demand of distant working and learning. Cam-to-cam seems to become the new way of face-to-face.
When it comes down to it, it's about bringing the best we can to people to achieve what they want to accomplish.
For us, the PC is really an essential device to help people connect and collaborate with friends and families and co-workers all around the world.
And when everything comes together seamlessly, you're basically having technology disappear 100% into the background.
And ultimately, whatever my passion is, it's there for me. Without Intel, none of this would be possible.
The next era of compute is all around shifting more to experiences, more to use cases.
A great renaissance of a device that is tuned to the things that you want to go and do.
It is just effortless, and it is unassuming. But that's what makes it really cool.
It takes a leader like Intel to be able to create, sort of, the rules of the game.
Tiger Lake is the dream come true of a great combination of CPU performance, graphics performance, media performance, and also IO.
This is the totally new customer's experience.
It can smoothly stream high-resolution videos like 4K or 8K.
There's this magic moment when you get a new piece of hardware. All of a sudden, your computer can do things that it couldn't do before.
We want to reduce the barrier between the human and the work they're doing.
AI can liberate creativity. More energy and time can be spent on the most genuinely creative parts of the process.
I think all the adjacent technologies that make PCs go could become even more important.
Then people will use voice, pen, gesture, computer vision. These are new technologies.
I'm really proud of all the work we've done and our partners have done. We continue to stretch those boundaries and do things that people didn't think were possible before.
Our devices are essentially an extension of our intelligence.
It's been outstanding to be on this journey with Intel. And I'm excited about what we're doing today and what we will do together in the future.