Tag Archives: draft-n

And the Winner is . . . The Internet

There’s an interesting post today on Arianna Huffington’s blog. She declares the Internet the winner in this year’s U.S. Presidential race. I couldn’t agree more. From the amount of laptops and internet-connected mobile devices to the real time results sliced … Read more >

Nehalem-based Core i7 processors coming in November (17th)

Many people had asked when the first Nehalem-based processors were going to be available. For those who have been watching, Intel confirmed today that the initial processors based on this new architecture began shipping to customers in Q3, and we … Read more >

The Power of 802.11 Draft-N 3×3

802.11 Draft-N is hot – up to 300 Mbps of bandwidth today with up to 450 Mbps of bandwidth tomorrow. But did you know that not all 802.11 Draft-N products are the same? To be a connoisseur of these differences, … Read more >

The argument for LTE reeks of desperation

The most recent attempt at ‘drive by kneecapping’ is from Gartner. The ‘analysis’ by Phil Redman of Gartner, is so thoroughly devoid of reality, it leaves me uncertain where to begin to debunk it. Since Gartner’s entire argument hinges on … Read more >

Intel Chairman Craig Barrett on Intel’s 40th Anniversary

Sure, these processor would be great for powering traffic lights. You mean they want to use our chips to make Taxi meters? Imagine, those where conversations inside Intel back in the 1970s, in the years after making the world’s first … Read more >

Life’s Moving Faster, So Make the Future Unfold Your Way

What a whirlwind week! Centrino 2 was launched, second quarter closed and on Friday Intel celebrated its 40th birthday. Something new sprinkled with a look back at achievements from the recent and distant past. Whenever we’re asked to embrace something … Read more >

How two people set out to create an industry and changed the world

July 18, 2008: 40 years ago today, Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore incorporated a small electronics firm in Mountain View, California. A short item in the San Jose Mercury News a few weeks later noted the two had resigned from … Read more >

Intel Centrino 2 Platform Spreads Its Wireless-N Wings

In San Francisco on July 14, the Intel Montevina project morphed into the Intel Centrino 2 platform. Beyond jacking up performance and improving battery life, this beauty spread its wireless wings with the latest in Wireless-N (Draft-N) technology. At the … Read more >