Intel’s new Neural Compute Stick 2 might bring science fiction technology to life
Ovum report predicts 5G will represent 80 percent of wireless media revenues by 2028.
The worst-case and highly-feared—yet widely anticipated—"doomsday scenario" for broadcasters (and many other satellite communications users) in the United States has taken another dramatic and strong step toward becoming reality.
WLEX-TV, the NBC affiliate in Lexington, Ky., has begun using a new mobile news vehicle from Frontline Communications with connectivity provided by Dejero CellSat.
Fox Innovation Lab, Ericsson, Intel and AT&T are helping to make use of 5G possible
Six 13-megapixel camera system delivers a 180-degree 4K 3-D experience
A new proposal from Intelsat and Intel that would allow for joint use of parts of the C-band spectrum (3700-4200) for 5G wireless, which would call for satellite operators to give up spectrum in metro markets for a price set by the marketplace.
NFL fans won’t have to watching on their TV at homes to get the best highlights, as Intel and the National Football League are partnering to deliver Intel’s freeD technology to eight new stadiums, bringing the total to 11 across the league.
Intel will be bringing its technology to the pinnacle of sports with a recently announced partnership with the International Olympics Committee.
We may have to start thinking about changing the lyrics to “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” with the continued emergence of virtual reality in Major League Baseball.
Ready for the experience of floor level seats for this weekend’s Sweet 16 games of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament without leaving your couch?
You’re telling me what? That the media facility of the future rests on a programmable chip?
Those of us watching Super Bowl LI this year will likely never have the chance to know what it feels like to be on the field in the year’s biggest football game, but Fox Sports and Intel are making it so we can get an idea.
According to Intel, it has been working to deliver new, immersive sports experiences for fans, with one element of that being virtual reality.
Ateme, Dell and Intel have teamed up to create the Titan, a 4K-UHD and HD transcoding system that addresses the broadcast industry density standard.