NPR “Tech Nation” host Moira Gunn first met Intel Co-Founder Gordon Moore during a phone call earlier this month and I got to be on the call. Moira has infectious energy and a flair for pulling a great story out … Read more
Monthly Archives: September 2007
Meet Nahelm, Intel’s next-generation 45nm microarchitecture . . .. From the Flickr IDF group. Also on channelintel, tagged, and in the blogosphere AnandTech RegHardware: Boots OSX? * TGDaily
Just posted to channelintel Highlights from ten years of the Intel Developers Forum (IDF) featuring Gordon Moore, Andy Grove, and Paul Otellini
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 … Read more
Podtech is at IDF podcasting exclusive content including a candid interview with Intel CTO Justin Rattner and Otellini’s Keynote. There’s also Intel’s Chip Chat and videos from channelintel on YouTube, like Investing for Big Impact & Spread of Web 2.0
Exiting Paul Otellini’s keynote From the Flickr IDF group.
An incredible new technology: IBM’s combination screw driver, level, and flashlight From the Flickr IDF group.
Textura Design is back with Intel at another IDF in San Francisco blogging blogging it up, checking the scene, and spotting UMPCs. UMPCs are a real focus in San Fran: being mobile and ubiquitous and we’re looking for them, as … Read more
Intel’s Megan Langer contributed to this post. IDF is not about products as much as it’s about building the future. So every year IDF kicks off with what’s called Day Zero, where Intel Researchers and strategic planners share and show … Read more
Nearly 62% of the $236.1M of Intel Capital’s investment dollars go outside the U.S., with China, Taiwan, Israel, Japan, Germany ranking in order as the top five of Intel’s hottest investment spots.