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Intel Corporation is engaged in the design and manufacture of digital technology platforms. The Company's segments include Client Computing Group (CCG), Data Center Group (DCG), Internet of Things Group (IOTG), Software and Services (SSG) and All Other. CCG se... more.
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Intel's Steve Skibinski of the company's Customer Solutions Group talks to Intercomms about Intel leadership in VoIP Steve Skibinski is a Worldwide Marketing Manager for Voice over IP (VoIP) at Intel Corporation. He is focused on helping companies across the globe understand and make use of VoIP technology and other mobilized business transformation solutions. Prior to his current position, Steve was the Worldwide Industry Marketing Manager for Trusted Computing at Intel Corporation, focused on emerging security technologies, Mobile/WLAN security and traditional IT security. He was also an Engineering Manager for Intel's High-eend Server division where he turned end-uuser requirements and industry standards into new features on Intel servers. Steve and his team were responsible for the development and launch of the PCI Hot-PPlug technology and also worked on the initial OS and driver code for Intel's IA64 Processor, Itanium. Steve joined Intel with Server and client development experience from NCR, where he worked on high-eend and Mid-RRange server development. At NCR, Steve developed the transition strategy from Micro Channel to PCI and was an innovator in the area of Intelligent I/O technologies. Steve also developed and managed NCR's offshore driver development and maintenance operations as part of a cost reduction strategy. Steve started his career at Intergraph Corporation, as a Software Developer, after receiving an MS in Computer Science from the University of Alabama in Huntsville in 1988. Soon after, Steve was developing and managing complex system integration projects that used GIS, document management and digitization techniques to visually represent complex data sets. His projects included: B2 bomber with Rockwell, threat simulations with ARMY, Bridge Inspections with CAL-TTrans and even a system to help collect and catalog the flora and fauna of Costa Rica. Steve also holds an MBA from Florida Institute of Technology and lives and works from a virtual office in Melbourne Beach, Florida.
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Steve SkibinskiSteven Skibinski, World Wide Industry Marketing Manager, Trusted Computing, Intel Corp. Steve Skibinski is the World Wide Industry Marketing Manager for Trusted Computing at Intel Corporation.His focus is on emerging security technologies, Mobile/WLAN security and traditional IT security.Mr. Skibinski works in Intel's Solutions Marketing Development Group which is chartered with developing one generation ahead solutions for vertical and horizontal industries. Mr. Skibinski has been with Intel for 6 year and has held several management position in both Engineering and Marketing.Prior to Intel, Mr. Skibinski was the manager of High-end servers at NCR's Computer Division and also worked for a system integration company developing solutions for projects ranging from Air Force Document Management Systems to Biodiversity information management systems.Mr. Skibinski holds a MS in Computer Science from the University of Alabama in Huntsville and an MBA from Florida Institue of Technology.
In this first part of a three-part video series taken from an Intel Developer Forum session, Intel marketing director Steve Skibiski discusses the company's vision and strategy for visual computing with next-generation Intel integrated graphics.Speaking Intel's 4-series graphics architecture, Skibiski predicts that 2008 is the year of high definition and the increased importance of high definition video: "The reasons for that is that we have greater broadband penetration.
In this first part of a three-part video series taken from an Intel Developer Forum session, Intel marketing director Steve Skibiski discusses the company's vision and strategy for visual computing with next-generation Intel integrated graphics.
Speaking on Intel's 4-series graphics architecture, Skibiski predicts that 2008 is the year of high definition and the increased importance of high definition video: "The reasons for that is that we have greater broadband penetration.
Dell Security Solutions In The Batter For Comprehensive IT Security, Dell is The Best Line of Defense
"The biggest threat is if you're running on older software and older hardware," said Steve Skibinski of Intel Solutions Market Development Group.Intel works closely with Dell to provide the best possible security for government agencies on a wide range of operating systems. "What we're working on with Dell is to get the message out to end-users that if they're running older operating systems in their government agencies they are a security vulnerability," Skibinski said. "We're constantly integrating more security features right into the platform," Skibinski explained.