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Top execs from Intel share their real and visionary technologies on stage at theIntel Developer Forum in Shanghai, April 2, 2008. Pat Gelsinger on "Nehalem" and "Dunnington" Dadi Perlmutter on solid state disks & chip architecture and Anand Chandrasekhar building a new heart for mobile internet devices with Intel Atom and "Moorestown." More info at www.intel****/pressroom/idf.
Intel Chairman is like the Johnny Appleseed helping technology spread throughout the world. Here he talks about the high speed wireless Internet technology WiMAX during a keynote at the Intel Developer Forum August 2008.
Intel Chairman talked with top engineers from around the world at the Intel Developer Forum in August 2008. He posed the Inspire-Empower www.intelchallenge**** contest calling for the best technology solutions to address four areas of global need – education, healthcare, economic development, and the environment. The contest will award seed funding of $100,000 USD to one winner in each category.
Intel's Pat Gelsinger demos Nehalem, Intel's next chip design, at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco August 2008. New designs has new features built in like Turbo Mode for performance and energy efficiency. See 3-D visualization, game and weather modeling demonstrated using Nehalem designed computer processors.
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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Wireless Internet access on the go, when and how you want it. New gadgets like mobile Internet devices (MIDs), small netbooks powered by Intel Atom processors and high speed wireless WiMAX technologies were demonstrated at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, August 2008.