Given the doors opened to the Intel Developers Forum in San Francisco today, there's stucks of coverage floating around on the web from sites who were there to witness the kickoff stages. Highlights of the opening keynotes and some spicy details on Intel's upcoming Conroe platform etc. can all be found via the array of linkies below folks.
- Spring IDF 2006: Introducing Intel's new Core processors @ Anandtech
- Spring IDF 2006: Gelsinger Benchmarks Conroe @ Anandtech
- Spring IDF 2006 Conroe Preview: Intel Regains the Performance Crown @ Anandtech
- Intel lets slip more Core microarchitecture info @ Tech Report
- Intel's Merom and Conroe Details @ PC Perspective
- IDF Spring 2006 Coverage @ Hardware Secrets
- Intel Conroe Details From IDF @ Hot Hardware
- IDF Spring 2006 - Day 0 - Research, Development and Architecture @ Hardware Zone
- Intel Conroe vs Athlon FX 60 Benchmarks @ Hexus
- IDF Spring 2006 Coverage: Day 1 @ XBit Labs
More on IDF can be found over at this section of Intel's website.
As always I am glad to share with you some really exciting news fresh from the Intel Developer Forum that has just started in San Francisco, California. 10 years in a row Intel has been putting together a great show and an exciting technology event for us, so I think we can all congratulate Intel on the 10th anniversary of this initiative and wish them to keep up the good work.
The Keynote today started with an opening speech by Justin Rattner, Intel Chief Technology Officer. He highlighted the key challenges that emerged because of the rapid technology development and the tremendous c competitive pressure that Intel has been going through lately. However, all these hardships haven't taken away the excitement and desire to imagine and create new technology.