Intel Developer Forum Taipei: Photos

Intel Developer Forum Taipei: Photos

Summary: Intel fans got together this week in Taipei, Taiwan to attend the Intel Developer Forum, where the company planned to tout its designs on faster, more power-efficient chips and platforms as well as talk about technology trends.

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  • In his keynote, Anand Chandrasekher (right), senior VP and general manager of Intel's ultra mobility group, played a video showing the new Moorestown platform, just days old, running in an Intel lab on a validation board.

    Moorestown will use 10 times less idle power compared to first-generation MID platforms based on the Intel Atom processor, according to Chandrasekher, although Belli Kuttanna (left), chief CPU architect of Intel's ultra mobility group, a man Chandrasekher referred to as "the father of Atom" said he believed Moorestown could do even better.

    ZDNet.com.au attended IDF as a guest of Intel.

    (Credit: Suzanne Tindal/ZDNet.com.au)

  • The developer forum was held in Teipei's International Convention Centre.

    (Credit: Suzanne Tindal/ZDNet.com.au)

Topics: Intel, Hardware, Processors

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