Intel Targets Retailers With Store Display ConceptReena Jana
The annual National Retail Federation convention and expo is up and running at New York’s Javits Center, and during the trade show chip maker Intel is showing off a strategy to bring in retailers as clients for their chips, taken out of PCs and applied to a new generation of store technologies. I spoke with Joe Jensen, general manager of Intel’s Embedded Computing Division, on the company’s latest offerings for the retail industry: low-energy, high-performance chips (which can save more than 70% power usage of previous processors) that can fuel point-of-sale displays (information kiosks, cash registers) in stores from grocers to luxury boutiques.
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