• Somewhat Frank: WiMAX Reality
    Somewhat Frank: WiMAX Reality
    04:29 | Jason Lopez | Oct 8th, 2008 |

    It’s been awhile since we first began hearing about WiMAX, and it may have sounded impossible at first. Not to Frank Gruber. He says it was inevitable, that it works, and it’s cool.

    Beginning this week, you can think of Baltimore as one big hotspot. The computing potential ...

  • San Francisco IDF 2008: Mobility
    San Francisco IDF 2008: Mobility
    03:59 | Rio Pesino | Aug 28th, 2008 |

    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.

  • Mobile WiMAX Technology - Intel Chip Chat - Episode 30
    Mobile WiMAX Technology - Intel Chip Chat - Episode 30
    04:34 | editor | Jul 24th, 2008 |

    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.

  • Voices of Shanghai: IDF 2008
    Voices of Shanghai: IDF 2008
    09:18 | Jason Lopez | Apr 8th, 2008 |

    This year’s Spring IDF, in Shanghai, brought the global community of Intel developers to one of the fastest-growing cities in the world, to discuss one of the most rapidly-changing technologies, and the incredible impact that all of that change is bound to have. Intel Senior Vice President and General Manager ...

  • IDF Shanghai: Sights and Sounds
    IDF Shanghai: Sights and Sounds
    03:56 | Jason Lopez | Apr 4th, 2008 |

    In this video podcast, Intel Senior Vice President and General Manager, Digital Enterprise Group, Pat Gelsinger explains Intel architecture and its wide-ranging capabilities (”architecture for life”), and Intel Senior Vice President and General Manager of Intel’s Mobility Group, Dadi Perlmutter and Intel Senior Vice President and General Manager, Ultra ...

  • IDF Shanghai: Keynote Demos Showcase Mobility, Innovation
    IDF Shanghai: Keynote Demos Showcase Mobility, Innovation
    08:40 | editor | Apr 4th, 2008 |

    In this video podcast straight from Intel’s Spring IDF in Shanghai, the spotlight is on the keynote demos that showed power and performance in newer, smaller and more innovative form factors, many powered by the Intel’s Atom processor. Many of the demonstrations focused on mobility, and they all provided an ...

  • Shanghai IDF Preview, with Intel's Pat Gelsinger
    Shanghai IDF Preview, with Intel's Pat Gelsinger
    08:32 | Michael Johnson | Mar 31st, 2008 |

    In this podcast, a preview of this year’s Spring IDF 2008, bringing thousands of hardware and software engineers from around the world to Shanghai, China, for a developer forum with a telling theme: “Invent the New Reality.”

    Intel Senior Vice President and Digital Enterprise Group co-GM Pat Gelsinger speaks with ...

  • The Future of Mobility & WiMAX - Intel Chip Chat - Episode 16a
    The Future of Mobility & WiMAX - Intel Chip Chat - Episode 16a
    10:01 | editor | Oct 30th, 2007 |

    Intel Senior Fellow, Kevin Kahn, provides insight into Wi-MAX, Ultra Wide Band technologies and the exciting future of mobile and wireless computing.

    Related Stories: Intel, IntelMooresLaw, IDF

  • WiMAX: Pervasive Connectivity - Intel Chip Chat - Episode 13
    WiMAX: Pervasive Connectivity - Intel Chip Chat - Episode 13
    09:28 | editor | Oct 8th, 2007 |

    Explore how Intel is working to enable new freedoms in mobile information, interaction, user-generated content, and social networking with WiMAX broadband wireless technology.

    Related Stories: IntelMooresLaw

  • Alianza's SaaS-Based VoIP Platform is Partner Friendly
    Alianza's SaaS-Based VoIP Platform is Partner Friendly
    12:09 | Brad Baldwin | Oct 3rd, 2007 |

    Broadband Service Providers (including WiMax Providers, Cable Operators, ISP’s, Telco’s, Managed Service Providers, Satellite Broadband Operators, etc.) are feeling pressure from customer churn because competitors offer bundled packages that include voice (VoIP) services. Alianza enables these same service providers to deliver commercial, private label VoIP products to business and ...

  • Live from IDF: WiMAX and the Future Wireless Broadband Internet
    Live from IDF: WiMAX and the Future Wireless Broadband Internet
    30:17 | Catherine Girardeau | Sep 19th, 2007 |

    Keynotes from two Intel executives — David (Dadi) Perlmutter and Anand Chandrasekher — kicked off Day 2 at Intel’s Fall IDF in San Francisco. First up, Dadi Perlmutter, Intel senior vice president and general manager of the Mobility Group. He covered the latest trends in mobile computing, touching on ...

  • IDF Exclusive: Intel Capital's Arvind Sodhani
    IDF Exclusive: Intel Capital's Arvind Sodhani
    05:08 | Michael Johnson | Sep 18th, 2007 |

    Intel Capital invests in startup companies all over the world (as in the recent Nascentric announcement, this past summer’s announcement with VMware, or relationships with firms like Bulgarian WiMAX company Nexcom) with the goal of improving technology deployment, entrepeneurship, and tech development (and generally “inspiring the ...

  • Otellini Keynote, Live from IDF
    Otellini Keynote, Live from IDF
    13:10 | Catherine Girardeau | Sep 18th, 2007 |

    Paul Otellini looked back on 40 years of innovation at Intel, outlined the company’s three main capabilities (silicon technology, Intel architecture, and market creation), and gave his vision for the future. “Today’s innovations are the basis of future technology,” Otellini said.

    Intel has brought out new technology every two years ...

  • The Deal: Filling in the Internet Cracks with WiMax, BPL, etc.
    The Deal: Filling in the Internet Cracks with WiMax, BPL, etc.
    09:19 | Jason Lopez | Sep 17th, 2007 |

    Competition is coming for broadband providers SBC and Comcast. So say the investors in emerging service such as WiMax and BPL. In this podcast, PodTech’s Jason Lopez talks with Patrick Campbell - Partner at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, who moderated the panel “Desirable and Viable: Broadband Alternatives and ...

  • IDF Beijing: Dadi Perlmutter on Mobility
    IDF Beijing: Dadi Perlmutter on Mobility
    20:18 | Catherine Girardeau | Apr 20th, 2007 |

    To open Day 2 of the Intel Developer’s Forum (IDF) in Beijing, David (Dadi) Perlmutter, Intel’s Senior VP and GM, Mobility Group, described the latest trends in mobile computing. Perlmutter said that personal computing is increasingly going mobile, noting that notebook growth is projected to outpace desktop ...

  • Making Mobile Productive and Secure for Small Business Travelers
    Making Mobile Productive and Secure for Small Business Travelers
    14:37 | Catherine Girardeau | Mar 4th, 2007 |

    Mobile technology isn’t just cool; it’s essential for today’s small business. Our experts separate the hype from the hard truth when it comes to getting business done securely on the road. Join Anita Campbell, founder of Small Business Trends and small business thought-leader; Jeff Zbar, “The Chief Home Officer” and nationally-recognized expert in living the home-office lifestyle; and Pamela Baker, technology guru for Success Magazine, as they share their insights into making mobile technology pay off for you.

    This podcast was commissioned by Success Magazine.

  • Bhaskar Sayyaparaju of Sify on WiMax in India
    Bhaskar Sayyaparaju of Sify on WiMax in India
    14:05 | Kiruba Shankar | Mar 2nd, 2007 |

    Bhaskar Sayyaparaju joined Sify in August 2006 as chief technology officer. Sify Ltd. is one of the largest ISP’s in India and they recently launched WiMAX here.

    Bhaskar talks about the advantages offered by WiMAX, and reasons why WiMAX will become a successful technology. He also shares Sify’s ...

  • Intel's CES Preview and Peek into 2007
    Intel's CES Preview and Peek into 2007
    17:24 | John Furrier | Jan 5th, 2007 |

    Intel is one of many companies attending CES 2007 in Las Vegas next week. PodTech Founder and CEO John Furrier visited with Intel’s Chief Sales and Marketing Officer, Sean Maloney to explore top tech-lifestyle trends for 2007 and the impact of new innovations coming from the chipmaker.

  • Sujai Karampuri of Sloka Telecom on WiMax Scene in India
    Sujai Karampuri of Sloka Telecom on WiMax Scene in India
    13:24 | Kiruba Shankar | Dec 7th, 2006 |

    WiMax is the promised shangrila for bigger broadband penetration in India. It’s been a distant hope for many years and there’s been much hype surrounding it. Lately, we’ve been hearing about WiMax being deployed in a few cities in India, so it’s a good time to get a realistic ...

  • Backdating, File-Sharing, Lasers, and a Federal Agency Gets a Blog
    Backdating, File-Sharing, Lasers, and a Federal Agency Gets a Blog
    04:31 | Jason Lopez | Oct 11th, 2006 |

    In the news today, stock-option issues strike at two more Silicon Valley companies, Nokia is planning to make wireless connectivity even more mobile with phones using new WiMAX technology, Eudora is heading for an Open Source future, Google stays in the headlines with the launch of the next product in its office suite, hackers hit the UK and the FTC is using blogging to reach out to the rest of us.

  • Intel announces update to its Centrino Duo Platform
    Intel announces update to its Centrino Duo Platform
    24:41 | editor | Sep 28th, 2006 |

    During his mobility keynote address at the Intel Developer Forum, David “Dadi” Perlmutter, senior vice president and general manager of Intel’s Mobility Group, talked about the improvements being made to the next Centrino Duo platform, code-named “Santa Rosa.” Perlmutter also talked about the future of Ultra Mobile PC’s and ...

  • Intel Invests in Wireless-enabled Amazon... River That Is
    Intel Invests in Wireless-enabled Amazon... River That Is
    07:13 | Jason Lopez | Sep 20th, 2006 |

    SANTA CLARA, Calif., September 20, 2006 (PodTech News) — Intel has chosen to help develop the the IT infrastructure of the Amazon — not the online seller but a portion of the actual river. The initiative is a part of Intel’s World Ahead Program, which the company established in May and pledged more than $1 billion over the next 5 years, to bring Internet coverage to various regions around the world. This week Intel Chairman Craig Barrett will promote wireless broadband PC access in Parantins, a remote Brazilian city of about 100,000 on the Amazon River. He says the company’s aim is to introduce components of a comprehensive strategy that includes hardware and wireless capability.

  • Intel Key in Sprint Nextel's Planned WiMAX Network
    Intel Key in Sprint Nextel's Planned WiMAX Network
    10:05 | editor | Aug 8th, 2006 |

    MENLO PARK, August 8, 2006 (Podtech News) — Sprint Nextel today announced plans to develop and deploy a nationwide wireless broadband mobile network using WiMAX. Sprint said it will work with Intel on mobile WiMAX-enabled chipsets and with Motorola and Samsung on devices. PodTech’s Catherine Girardeau talked with Chris Thomas, ...

  • Coverage from Intel Developer Forum Keynote - Sean Maloney Part 4 of 4  "Wireless: WiFi and WiMAX Come Together"
    Coverage from Intel Developer Forum Keynote - Sean Maloney Part 4 of 4 "Wireless: WiFi and WiMAX Come Together"
    11:45 | John Furrier | Mar 7th, 2006 |

    Intel Developer Forum - Sean Maloney, Executive VP; General Manager, Mobility Group - Keynote Part 4 of 4 “Wireless: WiFi and WiMAX Come Together” March7, 2006 San Francisco.

    “Mobility is defining the future of computing. The broadband Internet is becoming a conduit for all content - entertainment, education, government, business ...

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