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IDF China kicks off tomorrow

Petaflops to Milliwatts

By Cameron Wilmot on Apr 1, 2008 12:49 am CDT - 0 mins, 51 secs reading time

Tomorrow the first Intel Developer Forum of the years kicks off in Shanghai for two days of technology packed geekness. It is a stage that Intel uses to show off upcoming products and stuff that they are working on.

We won't be at the show but there is already a wealth of information over at the Intel IDF "Live" website. This Spring show focus is going to be on "Petaflops to Milliwatts" which in other words means Nehalem processor microarchitecture to the ultra small and low power consuming Atom processor. There will be many other subjects discussed such as USB 3.0, WiMAX, graphics software and more.

Several audio and video podcasts have already been uploaded for your viewing pleasure along with many wafer shots and so forth as eye candy.

You can keep updated yourself by keeping an eye on the Intel IDF website which is here. There will be a teleconference press briefing tomorrow morning by Anand Chandrasekhar, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Ultra Mobility Group, which we will cover.

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