"Innovation" Posts in "We Are Intel"

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Staffing Magdeburg: Building Careers In The Largest Tech Project In Europe

Mila Wilson, Talent Acquisition Director for Intel Germany, tells us about the challenges and opport...
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Valuing Internationality: A Senior Principal Engineer Talks Intel’s Plans to Grow in Europe

We recently talked with Harald Gossner, a senior principal engineer at Intel Germany, about his exte...
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Making 5G Technology Possible: A Conversation with Patrizia Greco from Intel Austria

Being part of a team that develops life-changing technologies is extremely rewarding. We recently sp...
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Developing Wireless Technologies at Intel Austria: A Conversation with a Design Engineer

Creating innovative technologies takes a lot of talent and teamwork. Intel Austria has employees tha...
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Curiosity and an Open Mind Are Key to Pathfinding

Find out what life is like for an Intel research team working on future world-changing technologies ...
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FREE EXPRESSION AND DIVERSITY – THE KEYS TO SUCCESS

“It’s always important to speak up, no matter how challenging your idea might be. I’m a strong belie...
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INSIDE A TECHNICAL CAREER

“To be successful at Intel, you need to cooperate, collaborate in a true and transparent way and men...
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DRIVING TRANSFORMATION AT INTEL RUSSIA

“We want to be customer-obsessed and fearless, operating with transparency in everything we do. The ...
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THE KEYS TO SUCCESS AT INTEL RUSSIA

“As an employee, I know that my company cares about my aspirations—what I want and what I need—which...
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Why Intel? Because Amazing Happens Here

When you think of Intel, what comes to mind? Dependable processors, a shiny sticker on your laptop, ...
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Where I Work: Cone of silence

If you tried to call Karthik Natarajan on his smartphone in his lab in Oregon, you simply would neve...
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What We Really Do at Intel

Note from the editor: One of the first questions you're asked when meeting someone new is, "What do ...
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Creativity is Disruption

A few days ago…I was sitting in the Intel café chatting with a principal engineer (PE) about disrupt...
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Week One, Internageddon.

The Intel Ultimate Engineering Experience has officially taken off! We’ve launched activities in 4 o...
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Social Networks and Your Job Search (Part 3)

I started off by introducing some of the newer ways employers are using social networks in my first ...
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What Makes Me Come to Work Every Day

Note from the editor: It can be tough to find your focus on Fridays/at the end of the week, but this...
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Turning Your Phone into a Job Search Tool

My phone sometimes feels like an extra limb: I don’t go anywhere without it. In fact, if I had to ch...
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What Being an Engineer Means to Me

I’m fairly certain by now you’ve seen or read one of our many blog posts related to Intel’s efforts ...
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Inside Intel: New Intel Apps Ease Multi-gadget Connections

Note from the blog editor: A colleague, Linda, sent me this article because she was so excited abou...
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Intel: Leaping through the Years

2012 is Intel’s eleventh leap year! We salute Intel’s “leaps” with a fun look back at Intel’s leap y...
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Intel is all around you

Most people think of Intel technology powering PCs, whether they are consumer laptops, business comp...
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Not your grandfather’s Intel

Intel is changing. It’s certainly not the same company it was 42 years ago when we were founded, nor...
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Buckle up: expect more change in the next five years than the last 25 years!

I believe we will see more change in the next five years, both in our industry and here at Intel, th...
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Intel Inside Everything

What do a floppy cardboard sign, a high-speed train, and an old Scotsman with high blood pressure ha...
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