Kathleen Robinson manages an Intel team that partners with defense industrial base and systems integration entities serving the federal sector. In a recent Executive Spotlight interview, she offered her perspective on how the company is fostering a “partner-first approach” to support agency missions. “We’re building consistent go-to-market activities with our DIB partners through technology designed
By Cameron Chehreh It has become a cliché to say digital technology has transformed every aspect of our lives and that businesses need to embrace digital transformation to compete in the marketplace. It has likewise become conventional wisdom to note that government agencies must digitize internal processes and external service delivery to fulfill their missions.
Intel’s (Nasdaq: INTC) foundry business has established an alliance to improve semiconductor design and production to meet the requirements of national security and government applications. Initial members of the U.S. Military, Aerospace and Government Alliance formed by Intel Foundry Services include Synopsys (Nasdaq: SNPS), Cadence (Nasdaq: CDNS), Siemens EDA, Trusted Semiconductor Solutions and Intrinsix, Intel