Mark your calendar for May 10 and 11. Those are the dates for Intel Vision, a live and online event dedicated to the future of business and technology. It’s designed for business managers, tech managers and C-level stakeholders.
Join Intel Vision either in person or virtually, and you’ll get 2 days of product and partner solution-driven content, leadership insights, demos and peer-to-peer networking.
Pat Gelsinger, Intel’s CEO, will give the opening keynote address live from Texas on May 10 at 9 a.m. CT. His presentation will be open to all, with no registration required.
Pat Gelsinger will give the keynote on May 10
Other featured speakers at the Intel Vision conference will include these top Intel executives:
> Christoph Schell, executive VP and chief commercial officer, sales, marketing and communications
> Raja Koduri, senior VP and general manager (GM), accelerated computer systems and graphics
> Sandra Rivera, executive VP and GM, datacenter and AI
> Nick McKeown, senior VP and GM, network and edge
> Michelle Johnston Holthaus, executive VP and GM, client computing
> Greg Lavender, CTO
Intel Vision will also feature 7 session tracks: AI, intelligent network and edge, security, hybrid cloud, open ecosystem and software solutions, modern client computing, and vision of the future.
You have 2 ways to attend:
> Full conference in person pass: Join Intel for 2 days at the Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center in Grapevine, Texas (about 30 minutes from Dallas). This pass costs $1,499.
> On-demand digital event pass: Tune in from anywhere in the world online May 10-11 to hear keynotes and business insights live each morning. You’ll also get exclusive access to live interviews with special guests and behind-the-scenes access to select demos and experiences.
Then, the following week, you’ll have on-demand access to breakout sessions, sponsor content and demo experiences. The on-demand pass is free.