Monthly Archives: March 2009

From Pentium Pro to Nehalem: The Story of Transformation

Today, at our headquarters in the heart of Silicon Valley, we launched the most important Intel server product since 1995′s Intel® Pentium® Pro processor. In 1995, fewer than 750Ku servers based on Intel architecture were sold, representing only 10 percent … Read more >

Widget Making TVs Internet Smart

Today Katherine Boehret of The Wall Street Journal test drove a technology we first saw publicly at the Intel Developer Forum in August 2008 and at the Consumer Electronics Show in January 2009. Along with Katherine’s story “Yahoo Widgets Lend … Read more >

They Peeked Inside Dan’s Press Sample Cabinet

A few months back I gave you a glimpse “inside my press sample cabinet,” and boy did you respond! From San Francisco to Reykjavik to Rome people had all kinds of ideas how to put samples to use. We received … Read more >

Intel Widget Channel Expert on “State of Online Video” Panel

I remember when it was called “interactive.” Nowadays I hear “immersive,” or the “rich” Internet. The Internet experience is improving all the time, and one of the biggest changes we’re seeing is the impact of more video. From short to … Read more >