Tag Archives: windows 7

IEDM, 32nm, and the all new 2010 Intel® Core Processor Family

With today’s launch of the all new 2010 Intel® Core Processor Family (based on Westmere, code name for our 32nm project), this is a great time to discuss the the 32nm process technology (and the semiconductor communities response to this technology!)   Traditionally, … Read more >

Doodles … and mobility enhancement

The Intel “Doodle” advertisement went public recently.  While an actress plays me (the idea is the actress is younger, prettier and taller than I am J) the doodles are mine and capture technical highlights of various Intel projects I’ve been … Read more >

New Super-Efficient Atom Processors Sip Energy

Atom was always designed from the ground-up for low power, but the next generation Atom platform announced today for netbooks and entry-level desktops just got better. The new processors are manufactured on Intel’s 45nm process technology, enabling the integration of … Read more >

Speech Recognition in Windows 7

If you’ve got a new PC with Windows 7, you’ve already got speech recognition installed. To get started, just go to Control Panel and click “Speech Recognition”. (If you don’t see it, click “View by > Large icons”). A really … Read more >

Don Verner

Don is a Senior Applications Engineer in Intel’s NAND Solutions Group and has worked with nonvolatile storage technologies since 1988. Don helped pioneer flash memory as BIOS storage in desktops and mobile systems as well as defining a new flash … Read more >