Innovative chip technology drives business around the world. In the spring and fall of every year, Intel invites the universe of developers to hear the latest updates on the rapid advances in chip design, including ever-improving performance, decreasing form factors and significant reductions in energy demands. The Intel Developer Forum is a global event - a priority for developers and manufacturers around the world. Newsmaking keynotes, product releases and interviews with industry leaders make it possible to participate from anywhere, anytime.
At the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco’s Moscone Center, “Brain Bowl” was an opening night celebration where local and international media got to meet Intel execs and compete in the game of hi-tech trivia hosted by KPIX-TV San Francisco anchor John Kessler. In this video podcast, you’ll get a taste of the post-competition party, featuring [...]
The Intel Developer Forum recently concluded in San Francisco. In this video, sample from the cutting edge mobility products being shown at IDF, from Intel Atom Processor-powered Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs) to Netbooks, to new WiMAX wireless Internet technology.
At the 2008 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco the future was clear: visual computing. From games to television, from large systems to handhelds, the demand on hardware and software platforms will be to run large amounts of data more efficiently with less power. Some of the breakthroughs to bring video and audio more easily [...]
Steve Wozniak motored by on his Segway during the IDF Blogger mixer. He was on his way to do preparation for his next-day keynote interview with the public radio host of Tech Nation, Moira Gunn. Hang out at the Blogger Upload Lounge on the 3rd floor of Moscone West and who knows who’ll happen …
Ubiquitous mobile broadband connectivity is the next revolution in mobile computing. Listen-in as Intel Fellow Siavash Alamouti explains how Mobile WiMAX will make this happen.
The Intel Developer Forum has become a major event on the technology industry calendar with keynotes that make international headlines. But at the heart of IDF are the sessions where developers get access to the details of new products and science from the world’s biggest chipmaker. This podcast is an excerpt from IDF Shanghai 2008. [...]
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At the 2008 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco the future was clear: visual computing. From games to television, from large systems to handhelds, the demand on hardware and software platforms will be to run large amounts of data more efficiently with less power. Some of the breakthroughs to bring video and audio more easily and seamlessly to users include the scalable Nehalem chip architecture, the Media Processor CE 3100, and the architecture codenamed Larrabee.
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