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While Craig Barrett delivered a rather non-technical, but socially-charged keynote earlier in the day at IDF, Pat Gelsinger's (Intel Senior Vice President and General Manager, Digital Enterprise Group) keynote address by contrast was all about the tech. Immediately following Pat Gelsinger was David Perlmutter (Intel Senior Vice President and General Manager, Mobility Group). David delivered the final keynote of the first day of IDF and talk about Intel's mobile offerings. The details of the keynote are available here: IDF Day 1: David Perlmutter: "Where Will 'On-the-Go' Go?"... Read more...
Wrappin up day 2 at this year’s IDF began with a mobility keynote hosted by Intel’s David “Dadi” Perlmutter and Anand Chandrasekher.  The keynote was broken up into two parts; the first focused on next generation notebooks and Intel’s mobile platforms as a whole and the second focused on “ultra mobility” featuring a number of UMPCs and MIDs.  Those of you with the need for on-the-go computing will want to read on!... Read more...
Day 2 at this year’s IDF began with a mobility keynote hosted by Intel’s David “Dadi” Perlmutter and Anand Chandrasekher.  The keynote was broken up into two parts; the first focused on notebooks and Intel’s mobile platforms as a whole and the second focused on “ultra mobility” featuring a number of UMPCs and MIDs.... Read more...
Roving HH reporter, Marco "BigWop" Chiappetta continues his coverage of IDF today, with a product showcase from some of your favorites and even a few newcomers. More fun and frolic, here...... Read more...
There were a multitude of products on display on the show floor at the Intel Developers Forum this year, most of which were designed for the enterprise space.  In addition to the plethora of servers on display, however, were products from a number of manufactures that are well known to enthusiasts.  We stopped by a few of their booths and snapped off some pictures to give you all an idea as to what was on display.         One of Intel’s many booths had quite a few interesting systems on display.  Machines from CyberPower,... Read more...
We continue to bring you breaking coverage from IDF today with a look inside keynote talks from Gordon Moore and Pat Gelsinger. Snip:  “Pat next focused on Intel’s current and future I/O innovations.  He talked about the Tulapi SOC (System on a Chip) accelerator and then spoke of USB 3.0.  According to Pat, USB 3.0 will offer a 10X increase in performance over USB 2.0 and will use both copper and optical interconnects.  He also held up a couple of prototype USB 3.0 cables to show the room what they looked like.”   - Direct Link... Read more...
As usual this year's fall IDF is brimming with early looks at next-generation Intel architectures. Specifically, Intel President Paul Otellini offered insight into Intel's next-gen multi-core processor, code named Nehalem and much more.  Snip:  “Nehalem will feature 8-cores on a single die and each core can process two threads, for a total of 16 threads per 8-core CPU. Nehalem processors will be comprised of roughly 731M transistors and feature a number of new technologies.”   HotHardware's coverage is here.... Read more...
Midway through the first day at IDF, there was an interview held with Gordon Moore, the retired Chairman, CEO and co-founder of Intel Corporation, in which he spoke of the early years at the company and the many hurdles they faced in the beginning.         Gordon talked about the invention of the integrated circuit and how Intel’s faced fierce competition from Asian semiconductor manufactures that had him questioning the long-term viability of America’s semiconductor industry.  Through changes... Read more...
This year’s Intel Developer Forum began with a brief overview of the event given by Pat Gelsinger, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Intel’s Digital Enterprise Group.  Pat spoke briefly about this year being the 10th Anniversary of IDF and talked about the many speakers and partners that will contribute to the event.         After Mr. Gelsinger was done, he introduced Paul Otellini, Intel’s President.  Paul began with talk of "extremes" and how today’s cutting-edge technology will be tomorrow’s mainstream.  He spoke of advancements in WiMax and how advancements in manufacturing have enabled... Read more...
Over the course of the last few days, we have seen an impressive amount of exciting news come out of the latest Intel Develop Forum. Such hot topics such as Quad-Core CPU's and CPU-based physics in games have been the talk of the town as of late. For those who have not yet armed themselves with the appropriate information to hold their own at the watercooler, we have compiled a list of the latest and greatest IDF news from around the web. Hot Hardware's coverage PC Perspective Tech-Report HardOCP Anandtech ArsTechnica... Read more...
Rambus Showcases Silicon Verified Demo Compliant with Gen2 Revision 0.5 Specification for PCI Express   Seamlessly integrated digital controller and PHY solution for next generation PC and peripheral interconnect... Los Altos, California, United States  - 09/25/2006   Rambus Inc. (Nasdaq: RMBS), one of the world's premier technology licensing companies specializing in high-speed chip interfaces, today announced the availability of its Gen2 Total Solution silicon demo, a complete communications interface solution featuring an integrated digital controller and PHY implementation for the next generation of PCI Express(R) technology. At a 5.0 Gbps transfer rate, Gen2... Read more...
This year, Intel has been making waves throughout the industry with a massive onslaught of new products and information being released at this year's Intel Developer's Conference. Fortunately, we've taken the liberty of gathering the latest coverage from around the web along with Marco's own input from the show floor and posted it here for your viewing pleasure. Anandtech PC Perspective Hardware Secrets Hardware Zone X-Bit Labs  ... Read more...
Intel's keynote address for this morning was filled to the brim with juicy tid-bits of information on the company's upcoming dual-core processor platform for the Desktop, that will launch later this year under the Intel "Core" branding.  Our Managing Editor Marco Chiappetta was privy to details offered by Intel CTO, Justin Rattner regarding Intel's "Conroe" Processor core that will be built on a 65nm process and is an extension from Intel's Core Duo architecture for Mobile computing platforms.  Here's what we learned: Intel Conroe Details - 4 issue, 14 stage pipeline core Shared on-chip L2 cache between two cores Advancements in power management and clock gating... Read more...
Although we didn't get the opportunity to make it to this year's summer IDF, Intel has made a number of interesting and newsworthy annoucments about their processor roadmap that we're sure many of you may have already caught wind of.  Of particular note of course is the fact that Intel is completely re-architecting their Desktop Dual Core CPU, moving away from the Prescott Dual Core, to a 4 issue core with a much shorter 14 stage pipeline. Our friends at Intel sent us a few tid-bits from the IDF Day 1 slide-set.     We'll summarize things a bit for you here and touch on the top salient take-aways.  In short, Intel is taking the best features of both their Desktop and... Read more...
Good morning everyone, JeffB checking in with your Thursday morning news update.  We've got more info on IDF day 2 along with info on  an X800XL 256 card from Club-3D.  Rounding things out is some Corsair XPERT Memory and a great looking Lian-Li case.  Let's get started. Club-3D X800XL 256MB PCI-Express Review @ tcmagazine.info: "With two 400MHz RAMDACs to convert digital data to analog signals for the monitor. SmartShader HD technology with 16 pixel pipelines for a fast fill rate, and 6 parallel vertex pipelines for up to 700 million vertices per second and an overall capability of over 200 billion floating points per second. 256MB GDDR3 memory for fast data rates and... Read more...
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