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Documentary on Intel Xeon processor ‘Nehalem Effect’ is nonsense

I rarely write about topics with such vigour, but this latest video from a so-called documentary team is absolute and utter rubbish. There is no evidence whatsoever that the Intel Xeon 5500 processor can create the kind of data centre … Read more >

Intel Proves Xeon 5500 Processors Are “Cash Machines for IT”

When Intel launched “Nehalem-EP,” more commonly known as the Intel Xeon 5500 Series processors back in March, we pointed out that their energy-efficient performance and other attributes lead to a very quick return on investment – as soon as eight … Read more >

Competitive Advantage Brings Innovation with Every Tick and Tock

One of Intel’s key competitive advantages is the “Tick-Tock” chip design and manufacturing method. To help Intel shareholders — like me, my family and many friends — better understand how this Tick-Tock method really works, my pals inside Intel’s Investor … Read more >

Telematics Detroit indicates growing excitement for Media in the car

The Telematics show in Detroit this week was a great example of the growing excitement in the industry with respect to Media and Services in the car. Here are a few video clips from the show!

MacNN: The Era of Visual Computing draws nigh

“One of the first core keynotes delivered at IDF Shanghai 2008 was titled “From Peta FLOPs to Milli Watts.” Intel’s Patrick Gelsinger, Senior Vice President Co-General Manager, Digital Enterprise Group covered a rather interesting range of material that was focused … Read more >

I want my M.I.D!

As I sat through the marathon keynote sessions in this morning’s kickoff of IDF, I tried to Twitter to provide you all some colorful realtime observations from the dark auditorium. About halfway through my Blackberry lost the ability to access … Read more >