Tag Archives: Xeon 5500

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 >

Intel News Ahead of IDF: New Chips; Manufacturing Efforts

Ahead of what will be a packed Intel Developer Forum, Sept. 22-24 in San Francisco, here’s some news around a newly planned family of future “embedded” processors for non-PC equipment and gear code-named Jasper Forest — and details around our … Read more >

Come and Get It! Your Personal Wi-Fi Is Ready To Go.

Intel® My WiFi Technology creates a Wi-Fi hotspot around your laptop that lets you print, share, sync and show wirelessly at home or on the go. This not your normal ad-hoc Wi-Fi. With your Intel® My WiFi Personal Area Network(PAN), … Read more >

Another WiMAX “First” in Amsterdam

The WiMAX Global Forum (WMF) landed in the city of Amsterdam this past week. With last year’s deployment of the first mobile WiMAX network in Europe, Amsterdam became a true WiMAX pioneer. At this year’s WMF, Amsterdam witnessed another “WiMAX … Read more >

Fitting the Full Internet Into Our Pockets

Computex in Taipei got many of us got smarter and more excited about the mobile computing possibilities being designed around Moorestown, the next generation set of technologies built around the tiny, mighty Intel Atom processor. In “What Moorestown Means for … Read more >

WiMAX connecting Latinos in Washington County

As a Portland, Oregon resident and Intel employee, I’ve been lucky enough to experience wireless 4G WiMAX Internet broadband, as well as speak with others who are amazed by its speed, availability, and their overall experience. What I find most … Read more >

Earthquake proof your code!

So, my first PR mentor taught me to start replies with the word ‘So’. This gives you valuable micro-seconds to compile a sophisticated and accurate reply to the daisy-cutter question just lobbed at you by the archetypal British reporter. Typically … Read more >