Inside Intel: Developer conference round-up

roundup Dual-core chips were one of the highlights of Intel's three-day gathering for developers, which took place in San Francisco last week.Intel: Montecito or bust?

roundup Dual-core chips were one of the highlights of Intel's three-day gathering for developers, which took place in San Francisco last week.

Intel: Montecito or bust?
Following Intel's first public demonstration of its latest Itanium chip -- the dual-core Montecito -- Abhi Talwalkar, general manager of Intel's Enterprise Platform Group, spoke to ZDNet about future plans for the technology, how Itanium is currently being targeted and how the market for the chip will develop.
September 10, 2004

Intel calls for Internet overhaul
The Internet needs to be upgraded with a new layer of abilities that will deal with imminent problems of capacity, security and reliability, Intel Chief Technology Officer Pat Gelsinger said.
September 10, 2004

Intel demos dual core, uncorks Napa
Company executives gave the first demonstration of its much-anticipated dual-core desktop processor and revealed details of Sonoma, the next version of the Centrino wireless technology, and of its successor Napa.
September 9, 2004

Otellini's eye on multicore computing and WiMax
Intel President Paul Otellini points to multicore computing and WiMax as the next areas of performance improvement and market growth for businesses and consumers.
September 8, 2004

Intel plots path of WiMax
Intel predicted three years of solid development in wireless broadband as it showed the first samples of its Rosedale 802.16 WiMax chip.
September 8, 2004

Itanium not meeting Intel's goals
In a rare admission, an Intel executive said that the company's high-end Itanium chip family still isn't living up to popularity expectations.
September 8, 2004

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