Intel Labs exec on collaborations driving company’s Internet of Things strategy

curley-intel-largeFifty years ago, Intel cofounder Gordon Moore famously made the observation that came to be known as Moore’s Law, pointing out that computer chips roughly double in power and capability roughly every two years.

Now, as the company looks to continue driving innovation in computing, it is working not only to develop its own new products but to collaborate in new ways with university researchers, government agencies, and customers.

“Because not all the smart people in the world can work at your company or your university, you have to look outside for ideas,” says Martin Curley, Director of Intel Labs Europe and an Intel Vice President.

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