Monthly Archives: September 2009

Moorestown Drives Innovation in the Ultra-Mobile Segment

The world of mobile entertainment along with always-on Internet is exploding, as consumers and road warriors demand greater connected experiences on the go. Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs) and smartphones are paving the way with advanced and highly efficient audio, video, … Read more >

Connecting the Ultra-Mobile Universe with Moorestown

Revolutionizing the ultra-mobile segment of Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs) and the future of smart phones, Intel’s next-generation Intel® Atom™ processor, codenamed Moorestown, made a larger-than-life splash at this year’s Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in San Francisco. Intel Fellow and Chief … Read more >

Hardware-based Virtualization Built Into Next-Gen Nehalem-EX

Intel Senior Fellow Stephen Pawlowski delivered a session at this week’s Intel Developer Forum (IDF) on Intel’s latest industry-standard, mission-critical platform codenamed Nehalem-EX. And one of the key topics of discussion? Intel® Virtualization Technology (Intel® VT). Nehalem-EX offers scalability along … Read more >

Senior Intel Fellow Talks: Nehalem-EX and Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)

This week’s Intel Developer Forum (IDF) brought about amazing technology reveals and insights from the girls and boys in blue from Intel. And Intel Senior Fellow Stephen Pawlowski delivered the goods on Intel’s latest mission-critical platform, codenamed Nehalem-EX. A major … Read more >

Mission Critical? Meet Next-Gen Nehalem-EX.

Let’s face it-there’s a large following around Intel® Xeon® processors. After all, they are the world’s most widely deployed server, and for good reasons. IT has grown to rely on Intel Xeon processors for their performance, reliability, virtualization capabilities, and … Read more >

Intel Helps Consumers Fall in Love with TV All Over Again

For many, watching TV is a passive activity versus an interactive experience. Television as it currently exists, regardless of its use across cultures, is simply a conduit for delivering packaged information. But if Internet applications and interactivity is added to … Read more >

Lighting Fast – High Speed Optical Connectivity

Once relegated only to datacenter and telecom environments with high price points, optical technology may soon find its way into mainstream client systems, consumer electronics, and even handhelds. A new technology was announced at Intel Developer Forum (IDF) which provides … Read more >

Internet TV Applications will Change our Relationship with Television

Consumers talk about their television as many things: an object, a technology, a language, an addiction, an experience and most interestingly, as a relationship. The most striking observation about this relationship is what it is lacking: interaction. This lack of … Read more >

Scaled Performance, Maximized Energy Efficiency On-the-Go – Coming Soon!

Social networking and the Internet are driving consumer content creation from niche to mainstream. Whether its blogging about recent travels, editing and posting home videos, uploading photos of the kids, downloading or even composing music, almost everyone engages in some … Read more >