Tag Archives: Montevina

News Watch: 08 In Review

Following the Core i7 (Nehalem) launch yesterday, here are two places for those looking for the top Intel news announcements and achievements this year. The first is Pat Gelsinger’s blog from a couple of weeks ago around what Intel’s Hafnium-based, … Read more >

Honey bee video monitoring- Intel researchers tackle agricultural issues

Love them or hate them, without Honey Bee’s we won’t survive. Bee’s pollinate the everyday foods we eat making them vital to our way of life. The honey bee population here in the US is in critical condition from what … 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 >

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 >

Intel’s Smart WiMAX Car — Mobility “Innovision” for Centrino 2

Intel baked mobility smarts into a new, eco-friendly Mercedes-Benz Smart car to show the wonders of mobile WiMAX while tooling down the road. It’s the next iteration of an away-from-home and out-of-office moving conduit connecting us to Al Gore’s information … Read more >

Centrino 2 live in the wild…..WiMAX gods smile down with envy and delight

Live from Computex 2008 in Taipei, your favorite demo guy gets his hands on the real deal. I’ve never said that being a demo guy doesn’t have its perks. And today I’ve got my privileged hands on a brand spanking … Read more >

The In-Car Infotainment Revolution

Did you know that the average American spends more than 300 hours per year in their car? That’s equivalent to 7.5 work weeks stuck behind the wheel. Imagine now if a Car OEM or service provider could find a way … Read more >