There has been a lot of unanswered speculation recently regarding USB 3.0 and Intel’s involvement; I thought it was about time to set the record straight. By the way: USB 3.0 will be a new wired USB standard – operating … Read more
Author Archives: Nick Knupffer
Not according to the latest SPECpower benchmark results. But first, no doubt you all saw the excellent press coverage the new low voltage Xeon announcement garnered. But what does it mean in practical terms? Well, let me remind you of … Read more
This one is not written by myself, but I thought that you would like to hear the thoughts of Elliot Garbus, Vice President and General Manager, Visual Computing Software Division: **************** Hopefully you heard that today the team at Havok … Read more
Rule 2: Don’t talk about Xeon Fight Club In the spirit of workplace enjoyment, Intel has created a little Xeon ‘Fight Club’ of it’s own: RoboBrawl!
At last the long awaited ultimate hardware for the ultimate performance junkie has been launched at the Games Developer Conference today. I have written blogs about Skulltrail before, and here for you is another peak at the beast bellowing in … Read more
Intel’s Dan Snyder shows off some of the new Ninja gaming rigs from Commodore!
I have already blogged about gaming on Intel integrated graphics, but what about video? For some reason there is still doubt out there in computerland that an integrated graphics chipset can output high definition video in all its full 1080P … Read more
Well, not quite. But it will usher in a new era of always on, always connected internet goodness. I managed to get some time with Intel’s Julie Coppernoll who took me on ride around Las Vegas in a WiMax enabled … Read more
I wandered down the BMW/Intel F1 pit lane yesterday to see some big engine action. Sheesh that car is loud – they issue you with ear plugs on the way in. All the car’s systems are controlled by an Intel … Read more
Yup, it is dark inside the secret Intel CES bunker here in Las Vegas, so apologies for the dark shaky-cam nature of my little film below. I caught up with Francois Piednoel who gave me a glimpse into the power … Read more