Intel øger fokus på europæisk forskning

Intel øger fokus på europæisk forskning

Intel Corporation etablerer nu Intel Labs Europe (ILE), som dels skal fungere som samlingspunkt for Intels mange europæiske forskningsinstitutioner og dels har som mål at etablere et tættere samarbejde med europæiske forskere og institutioner indenfor EU for at udvikle brugen af informationsteknologi til f.eks. at effektivisere industriel produktion og til at hæve kvaliteten af informationsteknologi generelt.

Med over 800 forskere i Europa har Intel længe brugt regionens kreativitet og innovation til at udvikle produkter på så forskellige områder som processordesign, softwareudvikling og forskning i nanoteknologi. F.eks. arbejdes der i et laboratorium i Braunschweig, Tyskland, med at udvikle multi-core processorer, og i Barcelona, Spanien, ligger et Intel-laboratorium, hvor der forskes i at øge processorydelsen, samtidig med at strømforbruget sænkes.


With more than 800 R&D professionals in Europe, Intel Corporation has a deeps history of innovation and creativity in the region. Intel’s European-based innovation projects encompass a variety of areas including chip design, software development, mobile communications and services, nanotechnology chip research, development of key Intel products, and research on technologies that could help the ageing population to lead healthier, better lives.

In Europe Intel employs a variety of research and innovation models, including Intel-owned labs, with hundreds of European professionals focused on development of Intel products, joint research with European universities, open innovation and collaboration with industry and academia, participation in EU framework programs and cooperative standards development work with industry partners that deliver increased value and productivity to consumers.

At Intel’s labs in Europe, researchers are driving key innovations for the future of computing technology. For example, Intel’s Braunschweig lab in Germany is developing system and chip level technologies to enable future many-core processors and system-on-a-chip designs. The Barcelona lab in Spain is driving essential chip level innovations that will enable Intel to increase chip performance and energy efficiency for the next 25 years. In Gdansk, Poland, Intel’s researchers focus on designing and developing software and hardware systems for networking and telecommunications equipment using reprogrammable silicon. The Intel Cologne, Germany lab plays a leadership role in Intel’s worldwide R&D network, developing Intel tools for high-performing computing (HPC) systems and compute clusters.

Intel has participated in the EU’s Fifth, Sixth and Seventh Framework Programmes for research and technological development (FP5, FP6 and FP7) with contributions to more than 20 projects to date. Intel was a lead industry partner in the largest open source project funded through FP6 (Digital Business Ecosystems) and recently commenced engagement in Europe’s first Joint Technology Initiative (JTI- ENIAC). Intel has also formed partnerships with leading European research institutes, including the Interuniversity Microelectronics Centre (IMEC) in Belgium, France’s CEA Leti Laboratory and others including the Fraunhofer institutes in Germany. Together with the National University of Ireland, Intel leads one of the broadest open innovation initiatives in the IT industry through the Innovation Value Institute. Since 2003 Intel has also been collaborating with CERN on OpenLab I. Participation has recently been extended to include OpenLab III which – amongst other focus areas – will provide optimization and porting services for the CERN Large Hadron Collider (LHC) experiments.

Intel has also initiated significant collaborative work with universities such as the Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya in Barcelona where both parties work on increasing the performance and reliability of future processors while reducing their energy consumption; the Gdansk Technical University where software development projects are driven forward jointly; and the Braunschweig Technical University where students and Intel researchers work together on physical chip design and system chip design.

One of Intel’s goals is to build a significant co-development capability in High Performance Computing technology through investments in Exascale Computing Research and Development Centers (ECRDCs). These labs will address future high performance computing challenges for EU customers. In France, lab discussions include CEA, who contribute their HPC Tera architecture and integration experts. GENCI will provide their scientific end user applications and feedback. Finally the University of Versailles St Quentin en Yvelines will be contributing to multi core performance evaluation and code optimization. In Belgium, discussions are ongoing with the Interuniversity Microelectronics Centre (IMEC) and the Flemish Super Computer Center (VSC) about their participation. Intel anticipates establishing three more ECRDCs in the EU in the coming year.

Intel has also supported many European universities in the Bologna process to adapt and deploy Intel co-developed technical and entrepreneurial curricula. One such program provides technical students with basic skills and insights for starting their own businesses based on technology innovation. Intel has worked with more than 600 professors in 11 EU countries on technology entrepreneurship and on how to create and sustain an entrepreneurial eco-system within countries to enable innovation-fueled economic growth.

Link: Intel

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