Tag Archives: Xeon

She Curries Code & Communities: Software Guru Renee James Keynotes @ IDF

Just as Intel begins pumping out next generation chip designs using energy efficient 45nm transistors, it’s vital that all of today’s and future software programs can run smoothly and harness the potential performance of these new processors. That’s the “port … Read more >

An update on Intel Itanium processors

I get asked regularly about Intel’s Itanium strategy and plans. Having taken over responsibility for Itanium at Intel in 2005, I spent time taking a deep and careful look at the technology, products and positioning of the product in the … Read more >

The Less Obvious Hard Parts about Designing Systems with Radios

The Communications Technology Lab at Intel has a charter that matches its name – we are supposed to look at all the issues around communications for Intel’s future platforms. That’s a pretty broad charter since it means we worry about … Read more >

Ultra Mobile Devices – from IDF Beijing

The lights came up. Anand Chandrasekher called me from the IDF keynote stage. I walked on stage and Anand introduced the newest McCaslin based Ultra Mobile Devices for 2007. Their form factors ranged from navigation devices to gaming devices, all … Read more >

Penryn

Hello, this is Dileep Bhandarkar blogging from Beijing, where it is already tomorrow today! There is a lot of buzz here about Penryn. So, what exactly is Penryn? Penryn is an unincorporated community in Placer County, California, in the United … Read more >