Intel is the semiconductor leader with franchises such as the Xeon, Core and Atom processor lines. The chip giant is the market share leader and has been steadfast in its argument that manufacturing is a difference maker for the company. Intel is currently riding the PC and server upgrade cycles.
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ZDNet correspondent Sumi Das speaks with Craig Barrett at the Intel Developer Forum about his quest to introduce technology as a means of advancing education in developing nations. Barrett gives us his take on the so-called feud between Intel and One Laptop Per Child, defends Intel's bullish stance on WiMax, spells out his goals, and explains why at 68, he's showing no signs of slowing down.
At the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, company General Manager Renee James announces a new suite of parallel coding tools designed to work with Microsoft Visual Studio. The tools will support Microsoft's concurrent runtime environment, which is expected to become a central component of Microsoft's next-generation computing model. The beta trial will begin in November 2008 and run through May of 2009.
At the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, Anand Chandrasekher, general manager for the chipmaker's Ultra Mobility Group, shows a wafer with "Lincroft"--the main processor for Moorestown. The new integrated chip, designed for the smartphone market, is expected before the 2009-2010 time frame, according to Chandrasekher.
Intel's David Perlmutter showed the company's new quad-core laptop computers at the Intel Developer Conference in San Francisco. He demonstrated how video conferencing can be done in HD--even with other applications running in the background--without sacrificing power and performance.
At the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, Patrick Gelsinger, senior VP of the company's digital enterprise group, speaks about advances the Nehalem processor would bring to power management. And Rajesh Kumar, an Intel fellow, explains "turbo mode" and why the simple idea of getting machines to have zero energy usage took so long to accomplish.
ZDNet correspondent Sumi Das talks with senior editor Sam Diaz about trends and products at this year's Intel Developer Forum. Diaz discusses how the chipmaker's latest processors pave the way for innovations that cut across industries. He also explains why Intel's ever-faithful support of WiMax may finally begin reaping benefits.
At the Intel Developers Forum in San Francisco, company Chairman Craig Barrett explains how, by collaborating with teachers and doctors around the world, technology can improve lives. Demonstrated are an inexpensive digital whiteboard created from a Wii, and a cell phone that can read bar codes on a health ID card.
At the Business Goes Green conference in San Jose, Calif., last week, Allyson Klein, eco-technology initiatives manger at Intel, talked about how Moore's Law is helping driving energy efficiency in the data center. Klein also discussed Intel's association with SPEC, the Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation, and how the two organizations are working together.
Sponsored: Limited technical support hours and powered down PCs can make it difficult to manage large numbers of PCs. Randy Nystrom, an IT systems engineer at Intel, explains how vPro makes it easy to diagnose and manage desktops from a central location.The content for this video was sponsored and provided by Intel.
On the next installment of The Green Enterprise, CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos looks at how Intel is developing green technologies for its customers and within its own organization. Innovations include ultra-lower power 45nm chips, greening its fab operations in China, Arizona and Israel; and developing non-toxic materials for packaging and designing its chips. Kanellos also sits down with Lorie Wigle, Intel's eco-tech program office general manager and discusses the chipmaker's sustainability strategy and her views on reducing power inside the datacenter.
Chipmaker Intel demonstrates a new mobile Internet device powered by the company's Atom processor at the JavaOne conference in San Francisco on Thursday. Executive Douglas Fisher also talks about a new open-source project called Moblin.org that is focused on helping bring these devices to market.