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Enforcing Moore’s Law through Technology Research – Part 4

Welcome to the fourth installment! I’ve been blogging about research progress towards making compound semiconductors mainstream and talking about both challenges and opportunities. Enforcing Moore’s Law through Technology Research Enforcing Moore’s Law through Technology Research – Part 2 Enforcing Moore’s … Read more >

Transistors: Past, Present, Future, and Future-er

Today I had the privilege of presenting a plenary talk at the 2010 Device Research Conference (DRC) at Notre Dame University in South Bend, Indiana. DRC is one of the premier conferences in the semiconductor industry, and the focus is … Read more >

Catch Research@Intel Today

Top Intel researchers are gathering today to show off the latest technology research projects they most believe will impact our future — from our homes and autos to the way we surf the wireless Internet. Here is Intel CTO Justin … Read more >

San Francisco Street Sweepers Testing Clean Air Sniffing Devices

Walking into Research@Intel day was like pulling back the curtain and seeing how researchers are pushing idea buttons and project levers to not only keep Moore’s Law alive, but to put future computer prowess to meet real human needs. Sure … Read more >

Kevin Kahn on Redefining Mobility: Carry Small, Live Large

This entry was first posted by Kevin Kahn in the Research@Intel blog. Imagine a day when a single device small enough to fit in your pocket has the power of a laptop and can deliver a rich computing, telephony, media, … Read more >

Silicon Research Sparks Start of Intel Developer Forum

Intel’s Megan Langer contributed to this post. IDF is not about products as much as it’s about building the future. So every year IDF kicks off with what’s called Day Zero, where Intel Researchers and strategic planners share and show … Read more >