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Intel goes a little cloud crazy and why Pivotal matters to the manufacturers of the world

on January 16, 2014


This week on the Structure Show we examine why Intel is pushing hard to slap its brand on all the major clouds — perhaps proving that the cloud now really is the server complete with an Intel Inside sticker. But we’re also blown away by Google’s  bold $3.2 billion internet-of-things acquisition of NEST, the intelligent home thermostat.

And our guest, Hugh E. Williams, Pivotal’s brand new senior vice president of R&D, talks about what problems the EMC-VMware spinoff is attacking–with a little help from its buddies GE and IBM. And why Pivotal’s work really matters to the manufacturing, distribution and transport companies that make and deliver our physical goods.

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