In photo (L-R): Intel Philippines Business Development Manager Christopher Syling, Intel Philippines Market Development Manager Wowie Wong, Intel Philippines Country Manager Calum Chisholm, Intel Philippines Channel Platforms Manager Jason Ty, Intel Philippines Business Development Manager Carlo Subido, Intel Philippines Marketing Manager Randy Kanapi, and Intel Philippines Business Development Manager Lawrence Pedrajas.
Mobility, a word that fueled today’s innovations has transformed the world of technology over the years. The ever-changing landscape triggered the emergence of technologies we have only imagined before.
Intel, through its 2nd annual mobility roadshow, showcased and discussed what’s in store for the consumers this 2014 and the years to come.
According to the keynote of Intel Philippines country manager Calum Chisholm, a mobile lifestyle will continue to rise, which in turn, will prompt the demand for compact, efficient, and all-in-one devices that does the job. Thus accelerating the production of a device that will offer the best mobile experience across companies.
Uday Marty, Managing Director of Intel South East Asia expressed, “There’s a common myth that emerging markets are behind developed markets. But, people in these countries are just as connected; simply the way they connect and the devices they use are different. Tablets and smartphones will continue to drive connectivity in 2014.”
At the roadshow, Intel and its partner companies also introduced a diverse lineup of products for the trade, education, and corporate sector of the community. Each was precisely crafted to ease and improve the quality of work and output of different industries.
Demonstration of how the Sari App works
Merrifield and Moorefield
Intel also revealed two of its 64-bit enabled system on chip updates for mobile devices on the roadshow. Based on the Intel’s new Silvermont chip microarchitecture, Merrifield and Moorefield offer amplified performance over competing products. This will also result to improved battery life, superior graphics, faster data connections, and superior privacy protection.
On the keynote, the chips, codenamed Merrifield and Moorefield, will make its market debut later this year.