Intel Technologists Unveil the Future
Intel® Technology Experts share the latest insights and advancements in their areas at a number of forums throughout the world, including Intel Developer Forums (IDF) in San Francisco and Shenzhen.
At the 2015 Fall IDF in San Francisco, an increasing number of Technology Insight sessions featured Intel Fellow, senior principal engineers, and architects, as well as respected industry technologists addressing cutting-edge technology topics. Find links to the video presentations below.
- Intel’s Next Generation Microarchitecture Code Name Skylake presented by Julius Mandelblat, Intel senior principal engineer, provides an overview on Intel’s latest System-on-Chip (SoC) microarchitecture, code name Skylake, built on Intel’s leading 14nm process technology.
- Next Generation Intel® Processor Graphics Architecture, Code Name Skylake by David Blythe, Intel Fellow and chief graphics software architect, explores the architecture’s processing compute components, including key end user experience needs such as low power optimization, graphics, media, compute, and display technologies.
- Intel® Architecture Code Name Skylake and Windows® 10 Better Together - The Technologies Inside presented by Shiv Kaushik, Intel Fellow, Software and Services Group, and general manager, Windows OS Division, covers the technology innovations in Intel® Architecture code name Skylake based platforms and Windows® 10 that come together to provide a more secure, scalable, energy-efficient platform.
- Workload Acceleration by Al Gara, Intel Fellow, Data Center Group, and chief architect, Exascale Systems, and Mike Strickland director and data center architect for Altera, reviews the criteria, benefits, and costs of using Intel's portfolio of technologies—ranging from processors to an array of accelerators—for performance gains.
- Adding Human-Like Sensing to Computing Devices with Intel® RealSense Technology by Dr. Achintya Bhowmik, Intel vice president, New Technology Group, and general manager, Perceptual Computing Group, includes live demonstrations of new devices and usages, a breakdown of the software and hardware that enable them, and a lay out of the collaboration opportunities for developers, makers and inventors.
- Intel Non-Volatile Memory Inside. The Speed of Possibility Outside presented by Rob Crooke, Intel senior vice president, and general manager, Non-Volatile Memory Solutions Group and Al Fazio Intel Senior Fellow, and Technology and Manufacturing Group director, Memory Technology Development, discusses the latest Non-Volatile Memory Technology.
- Data Analytics and Machine Learning offered by Pradeep Dubey, Intel Fellow,and Intel Labs director, Parallel Computing Lab demonstrates how to optimize data analytics and machine learning workloads for Intel® Architecture based data center platforms.
- Robots in the Real World is presented by a panel of industry experts who discuss the key technological and market trends with robots and drones that are being made possible by the speed and processing power of computing at a lower cost that enables integration of new sensors like Intel® RealSense™ Technology and solutions across Intel® Architecture based devices.
You can also find additional sessions and PDFs of the presentations on the IDF agenda web site.
At Spring 2015 IDF in Shenzhen, Intel technologists delivered presentations on Intel® RealSense™ Technology and on the options available for developing new platforms using Intel® processors and Systems-on-Chip (SoCs). View the webcast or video recordings below.
- Intel® RealSense™ Technology: Adding Human-Like Sensing to Computing Devices, and Enabling Immersive Interactive Applications by Dr. Achintya Bhowmik, Intel Vice President and General Manager, Perceptual Computing Group
- Choosing Among Intel® Architecture Based Processors and Systems-on-Chip for Product Design by Steven Tu, Intel Senior Principal Engineer, Chief Architect System on Chip (SoC)