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Media Alert: Intel Event at Mobile World Congress

Before Mobile World Congress 2021, Intel leaders will expand on the company’s innovation and execution in the transformative world of intelligent edge and 5G communications.

Intel’s Edge of Wonderful virtual event will look at Intel’s foundational role in unleashing the possibilities of 5G, building out the edge and enabling tomorrow’s artificial intelligence (AI) — setting the course for a new era of innovation.

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Dan Rodriguez, Intel corporate vice president, will describe how the transformation of the network and rise of the intelligent edge are having a profound impact on reshaping industries, enhancing business operations and delivering new or better business experiences. Joining him are leading communications service providers and various edge partners who will share how they are collaborating with Intel to reap the full benefits of what Intel sees as the four technology superpowers: cloud, connectivity fueled by 5G, AI and the intelligent edge.

Intel’s Pat Gelsinger, chief executive officer, will point to the digitalization of our economy and the tech inflections impacting our lives; Navin Shenoy, executive vice president, will highlight Intel’s role in partnering with the industry to deliver on the promises of a connected world.

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