Krzanich now talking about Intel 360 Replay technology.
If you're been watching then NBA Finals, you've definitely seen these "bullet time" replays in action.
These replays can be saved and used on a tablet or PC at home, too, which is really neat.
The Digitization of Everything is happening, says Krzanich.
360 Replays generate "terabytes of data per minute" says Krzanich. Powered by the cloud.
The power of the cloud is real. Lenovo has been a leader in the cloud experience, powered by Intel's Xeon chips.
Lenovo achieved three world records using Intel's Xeon processors. Something something server farms!
A "virtual cycle of growth" creates momentum for various aspects of the digital experience.
The cloud begets memory and FPGA, which impacts the "things and devices"
Krzanich is bringing Yuanquing back on stage. Patting one another on the back, so to speak. This is kind of awkward, rich executives running powerful companies congratulating each other on stage.
Yuanquing is giving Krzanich a special pair of connected shoes, "to have the real sense of walking on a cloud." Groan.
Personal computing is becoming obsolete, says Yuanquing. It's connected computing that is taking over.
If a device is not deeply connected to the cloud and its intelligence, the value to the user is low.
Lenovo has traditionally thrived in the device business, but Lenovo is shifting to specific-purpose devices
All of these devices are powered by intelligence, focusing on natural language interaction
Lots of buzzwords to say that Lenovo will make more products, better products, for more types of users.
Device + Cloud is a vast opportunity, says Yuanquing.
In the home, connected to e-commerce platforms using voice. Sounds like of like Echo.
New devices will be able to manage and control household appliances to control the environment. Adapts to each family.
Second type of product is for work. Better voice dictation and rely on device to retrieve data anywhere.
Third type of product is "on-the-go", focusing on AR glasses, health monitoring tools, and more.
Today is focusing on "on-the-go" focusing on two "revolutionary" products. Let's do this.
Here we go, the first product announcement.
First up, the Phab 2 Pro. The first Project Tango phone.
The phone uses a combination of cameras and infrared sensors to map your home and create new AR experiences.