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Research roundup: IaaS, industrial IoT, wearables, VR/AR headsets

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Intel ships Core Extreme Edition - ‘final piece of the puzzle’

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Intel intros 8th Gen Core Desktop CPUs, sets sales for Oct. 5

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Your newest growth opps: SaaS, IoT, curved monitors

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What do Software as a Service, the Internet of Things and curved PC monitors have in common?

They all present solution providers with new opportunities for business growth.

So finds a recent batch of research reports from market watchers and trade groups. Here’s your solution provider’s update:

PC monitors: curves ahead

Curved monitors are not only cool, they’re gaining traction in the market.

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Intel’s expansion beyond the PC quickly taking shape

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When it comes to expanding beyond PCs, Intel has recently shown its determination to not just talk, but also walk.

To be sure, Intel still derives about 55% of its $59.4 billion annual revenue from PC-related products. But under the leadership of CEO Brian Krzanich, the company has also begun to seize the latest, greatest tech opportunities in areas including AI, VR, the cloud, even drones.

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Don’t overlook the WLAN market — it’s in ‘growth mode’

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Azure confidential computing: creating a public cloud you can trust

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New PCs with 8th Gen Intel Core CPUs are here

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When Intel introduced its 8th Gen Core processor family in late August, the company also said that several tier-1 PC hardware suppliers would announce Windows 10 systems based on the new CPUs soon. They have.

Here’s a list of just some of the latest Windows 10 PCs with 8th Gen Intel Core processors. Any would be excellent candidates for your customers needing to refresh their older PCs.

8th Gen Intel Core processor family

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What do the new $1K smartphones mean for your business?

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What do they mean? In a world where a perfectly adequate desktop or laptop PC can be bought for less than $1,000, quite a lot.

The question is far from academic. Apple is expected to introduce its latest iPhone tomorrow. Industry watchers expect the retail price will be $1,000 — the highest ever for a smartphone.

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The commercial drones are coming !

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Intel is getting serious about commercial drones. How about you?

Earlier this year, Intel demonstrated its Falcon 8+ drone and announced Mission Control software to facilitate drone flight planning, management and post-processing.

Yesterday, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich delivered the grand keynote at InterDrone, a conference and exhibit being held this week in Las Vegas. He declared that “data is the new oil.”

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