Photos: Around CeBIT

Photos: Around CeBIT

Summary: CeBIT: ZDNet UK's team managed to capture some of the weird and occasionally wonderful CeBIT experience - including one shot of 224 Cell dies still on the wafer

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  • IBM decides to trump the Segway big-time? No, it's a real A380 wheel, part of an RFID-tagged aeroplane.

  • A 300mm Cell processor wafer with 224 dies and 9 cores per die. IBM showed a prototype Cell-based blade server.

    For full coverage of CeBIT 2006 as it happens,
    see ZDNet UK's CeBIT 2006 toolkit.
  • Apparently there's a World Cup in Germany later this year...

Topic: IT Employment


Charles has been in tech publishing since the late 1980s, starting with Reed's Practical Computing, then moving to Ziff-Davis to help launch the UK version of PC Magazine in 1992. ZDNet came looking for a Reviews Editor in 2000, and he's been here ever since.

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  • Samsung have been very vocal at CeBIT 2006, with their 10 megapixel cameraphone, but Sony Ericsson have been more muted. That's not stopped this amazing new Sony Ericsson concept phone being leaked, though, far away from the buzz of CeBIT: