Use the Technical Session Overview summaries to help you select the right technical sessions for you.
IDF Technical Sessions are organized into three experience levels so that you can get the level of detail you need:
Each track is assigned a three-letter acronym. For example, the track Cloud Computing has a three-letter acronym of “CLC.”
Technical sessions are assigned a session ID within each track. The session ID is made up of four letters and three numbers.
The first three letters identify the track that the technical session is part of. The fourth letter of the session ID identifies the technical session type:
The last three numbers are the sequence of the technical sessions. The first technical session within a track is numbered 001, the second is 002, and so forth.
Example: CLCS001 is a lecture session in the Cloud Computing Track; CLCL001 is a hands-on lab in that same track.1
Highlights from IDF 2011 San Francisco. (2:00)
IDF 2012 San Francisco Highlights Day One
IDF 2012 San Francisco Highlights Day Two
IDF 2012 San Francisco Keynote: David Perlmutter
IDF 2012 San Francisco Keynote: Renée James
IDF Sao Paulo Highlights
This technology demo shows how MeeGo and Intel technology can make homework fun. (1:53)
The Intel-powered digital retail sign moves the shopping experience into the 21st century. (3:28)
IDF2011: Intel® Embedded and Communications Group show an automobile traffic monitoring system. (1:04)
Watch Naotaka Fujita, director and board member, OKI Semiconductor, discuss the Intel® Atom™ E600. (3:35)
Discussion on the most significant aspects of new Sandy Bridge processor technology. (1:13)
See how the evolution of computing has inspired people in surprising ways. (2:28)
Wayne Swick (Intel) demonstrates Single Root I/O Virtualization with help from Dell and VMware. (4:01)
Watch as Greg Scherer (Neterion) describes SR_IOV technology. (5:59)
Explains how LSI, Red-Hat, and Intel are delivering on Single Root (SR) I/O Virtualization solutions. (9:11)