Innovation Practice Group visit to Intel, 19th April

During 2016 IRDG will be continuing its Innovation Practice Group visits to interesting member companies who are keen to share their innovation story. These best practice visits are a great way to network and learn how your fellow IRDG members organise and execute their innovation agendas. Book your place below. 

Members Innovation visit to Intel on Tuesday, April 19th 2016 – 9am to 1.30pm

In expectation of a high interest in this visit, bookings will be limited to 1 person per company initially.  Please do book early to avoid disappointment as capacity is limited.Intel IRDG Innovation Practice Group

Intel’s mission…

…is to constantly push the boundaries of innovation in order to make people’s lives more exciting, more fulfilling, and easier to manage. It’s not just about making technology faster, smarter, and cheaper — it’s about using Intel technology to make life better, richer and more convenient for everyone it touches. Intel offers various products, giving customers the flexibility to create advanced computing, communications systems and products.

Intel Corporation

…is the world’s largest semiconductor chip maker. Intel in Ireland has its main European Manufacturing site is based at Leixlip, Co Kildare along with other sites in Cork (Security) and Shannon (Data Centre and IoT Retail and Automotive).  The Leixlip campus is home to a semiconductor wafer fabrication facility which produces latest generation silicon microprocessors that are at the heart of a variety of platforms and technology advancements which are essential to the way we learn, live and work today. It is also home to Quark IoT Solutions Group which is home to the Quark System on Chip (SoC) products and the Innovation Open Lab-Ireland which is home to a research team who facilitate and engage in open research and innovation opportunities in Europe that can ultimately lead to value-driven technology solutions. The lab is a member and network leader of Intel Labs Europe which has the goal of expanding the scope of Intel’s European R&D activities by coordinating innovation activity and future investment against an Innovation Agenda focused on enabling a Digital Europe.

So if you are curious to learn more about Intel in Ireland, and it’s activities including Manufacturing, Quark Product Design, Internet of Things (IoT) Research and Development, and Intel’s interests in Open Innovation please book your slot for this unique half day visit on 19th April – 9am to 1.30pm.