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The 3

rd
Industrial Revolution?
Gord Graylish, General Manager, ESS
Vice President, Intel Corp
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What Happens in an Internet Minute ?
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1760s. Late 1990s.
Whats Going On?
Steam and coal
Railways
Factories
Printing press
mass education
1.0 Electrification, comms,
oil, combustion engine
New materials
Highways,
automobiles
Mass production
Internet, molecular
biology, renewable
energy sources
Super information
highways
Smart everything
2.0
3.0
We are still at the dawning of the third era
...A new economic narrative is being written.
1860s.
* The Third Industrial Revolution: How Lateral Power is Transforming Energy, the Economy, and the World by Jeremy Rifkin, president of the Foundation on Economic Trends
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1752
Ben Franklin proved
that static electricity
and lightning were
the same this paved
the way for the future
1800
first electric
battery
introduced
1821
Faraday
invented the
first electric
motor
1835
First electric
relay invented
1844
Morse invented
the telegraph
1879
first light bulb
Thomas Edison
1882
First DC power
station
1891
First AC power
station
1750 1760 1770 1780 1790 1800 1810 1820 1830 1840 1850 1860 1870 1880 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940
Rate of Change Will Approach Light Speed
1910
Generation and distribution
systems build out
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1752
Ben Franklin proved
that static electricity
and lightning were
the same this paved
the way for the future
1800
first electric
battery
introduced
1821
Faraday
invented the
first electric
motor
1835
First electric
relay invented
1844
Morse invented
the telegraph
1879
first light bulb
Thomas Edison
1882
First DC power
station
1891
First AC power
station
1920
<10% of British households
wired connected
1750 1760 1770 1780 1790 1800 1810 1820 1830 1840 1850 1860 1870 1880 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940
Rate of Change Will Approach Light Speed
1910
Generation and distribution
systems build out
Late 1920s
Electricity becoming
pervasive
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1951
First Commercial
Computer
(Ferranti Mark 1)
1959
Integrated Circuit is
patented (Noyce/Kilby)
1969
ARPANET
(internet
forerunner)
1971
First
microprocessor
(Intel 4004)
1997
Google.com
registered
1983
First IBM PC
compatible
laptops
2003
Intel Centrino.
WiFi Hot spots.
Broadband
1991
Tim Berners Lee
publishes World
Wide Web
1950 1955 1960 1965 1970 1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015
Rate of Change Will Approach Light Speed
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1951
First Commercial
Computer
(Ferranti Mark 1)
1959
Integrated Circuit is
patented (Noyce/Kilby)
1969
ARPANET
(internet
forerunner)
1971
First
microprocessor
(Intel 4004)
1997
Google.com
registered
1983
First IBM PC
compatible
laptops
2003
Intel Centrino.
WiFi Hot spots.
Broadband
2004
Facebook launched
1991
Tim Berners Lee
publishes World
Wide Web
2007
iPhone launched
2010
iPad launched, other Android tablets follow
1950 1955 1960 1965 1970 1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015
if the Internet were a movie wed still be in
the opening credits
Rate of Change Will Approach Light Speed
2012
Embedded Intelligence in WTC
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Re-imagining the World at Light Speed
From the Obvious
Knowledge
Educating
Shopping
Travelling

Sharing
Industries established over a Century
re-architected in under a Decade
Communicating
Entertaining
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
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The Way We Work
Construction New Services Smart Grid
Re-imagining the World at Light Speed
to the Not so Obvious
Agriculture
Hotels
Cars
Google
Home
When the impossible
becomes possible
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
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OBSERVATIONS OVER THE LAST 12 MONTHS

KEY IT CHALLENGES
Cloud
Client
Continuum
Internet
of Things
Security Big Data
New
Business +
Usage Models
by 2015
>1 Zetabyte Internet
Traffic
3

>15 Bn Connected
Devices
2

>1 Bn More Netizens
1
Tectonic Shifts
Energy
Transport
Retail
Healthcare
Smart
Cities
Finance
Cloud
Client
Continuum
Internet
of Things
Security Big Data
Tectonic Shifts: Infrastructure Enabling New Horizons
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Customers
Employees
Client Compute Continuum
Just being on the Internet is not good enough.
Transform
Business
Transform
Workplace
New
Experience
Context aware
Immersive /
Interactive
Intuitive, accessible
and natural
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Internet of Things
THINGS
Edge
Intelligence
Efficiency
Safety
Automation
etc
Connected, intelligent systems enable end-2-end experiences
Structures
Transport Cities
Agriculture
Energy
Sensor
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Intelligent Systems Framework
A technology specification for
intelligent systems that defines
foundational capabilities for comms,
security and manageability
Consistent, scalable, reusable
Reduces time to market
Reduces fragmentation to simplify
Internet of Things deployment
Connecting, Managing and Securing Devices in a Consistent and
Scalable Manner
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Big Data Data Intensive Computing
New Services
Insights, predictions
Realtime, at
point of action
Decisions,
automation
Personalization,
context
Breakthrough
discoveries
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Big Data
HPC
Data is the new currency: Insights at Point of Action.
Enable breakthrough discoveries
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Cloud Infrastructure
Public cloud
Cloud
Infrastructure
Open
Simplified
Secure
Federated
The Cloud
Simplified, Elastic, Interoperable, Built on Open Multi-vendor
Solutions and Industry Standards
Datacenter
as a system
New Experience
Edge Intelligence
New Services
Private cloud
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Cloud Infrastructure
Public cloud
Cloud
Infrastructure
Open
Simplified
Secure
Federated
The Cloud
Simplified, Elastic, Interoperable, Built on Open Multi-vendor
Solutions and Industry Standards
Datacenter
as a system
New Experience
Edge Intelligence
New Services
Private cloud
Shift investment focus
to business transformation
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Client
Continuum
Data
Intensive
Computing

Internet of
Things
SECURITY
Cybercrime is a ~$1 Trillion Industry
Risk: Loss of Intellectual Property, Loss of Brand, Loss of Trust
Big Scale
attacks
Crime as a
Service
Below the OS
Ransom-ware
Mobile
Malware
>15Bn Attack
Surfaces by
2020
The Fifth Tectonic Shift: Cyber Security & Privacy
Cloud
Infrastructure

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Cyber Security & Privacy
Need for a Business Led, Holistic Security Approach
it starts with trust identify, location, fraud detection
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Cloud
Client
Continuum
Internet
of Things
Security Big Data
The Third Industrial Revolution
THE PACE OF CHANGE IS ACCELERATING
NEED TO GET TIME, COST, LABOUR OUT OF THE DATA CENTER
AND INTO BUSINESS TRANSFORMATION / INNOVATION
THE TECTONIC SHIFTS ARE INTERWINED