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Intel's Developer Forum Underway: Technologies of Tomorrow on Display

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By: Steve Dougherty | Posted: Mar 2, 2005 8:39 am

Fresh for 2005, Intel's kicked off yet another IDF (Intel Developer Forum) event in which a bunch of future technologies and advancements are brought out from behind the curtain to enlighten us on what we've to look forward to! - Probably the most interesting tech to be displayed/talked about during the event would have to be that of multi-core processors, and lets not forget NVIDIA's nForce4 chipset for the Intel platform either, you'll find info on that over at The Inquirer today.



Both Anandtech and Hexus have already posted up some wholesome info from the opening day of which you can make your way to via the following links :-


- IDF Spring 2005 Day 1 - Craig Barrett's Keynote @ Anandtech
- Updated! IDF Spring 2005 Day 1 - 65nm Multi-Core Demos and more @ Anandtech
- IDF Spring 2005 - New Pentium D, No More 4 @ Anandtech


- IDF Spring 2005: Manufacturing Enhancements to CMOS Technology @ Hexus
- IDF Spring 2005: Silicon Photonics as true Interconnects @ Hexus
- IDF Spring 2005: Intel Multi-Core strategy @ Hexus
- IDF Spring 2005: NVIDIA and Apparent SLi on P4 (C19) @ Hexus


(New) - IDF Spring 2005: Day 1 Keynote : Craig Barrett @ Hexus


And finally, here's PC Perspective's take on Intel's upcoming Q2 launch of dual-core processors.


Intel Corp. today launched its semi-annual forum for developers, observers and analysts giving the world a sneak peek on the technologies of the future. The current forum is expected to reflect Intel's recent changes in corporate structure and highlight the company's strategy to develop platforms for various applications, nut just building blocks like in the past. Still, one of the major headlines of the Intel Developer Forum 2005 will be multi-core microprocessors, building blocks that are considered crucial for the next-generation computers.


"Intel is extending the platform approach across a number of areas including the digital home, the enterprise, healthcare, more broadly into mobility and across worldwide markets," said Craig Barrett, Intel's CEO.


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