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Intel Developer Forum, Fall 2006
In this media kit you will find journalist- and media-oriented content and downloads, with new materials appearing throughout the week. Please check back regularly for updates.
Tuesday, Sept. 26 - Thursday Sept. 28
Press Releases
 
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    Keynote Transcripts/Webcasts
     
  • Paul Otellini
  • Justin Rattner
  • David (Dadi) Perlmutter
  • Louis Burns
  • Pat Gelsinger
  • Brendan Traw
  • Steve Pawlowski
  • Richard Wirt
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    Featured Photos - Day 1
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    Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini outlines the company’s plan to accelerate its technology leadership, including a new era of energy efficient performance, Tuesday morning at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco. About 5,000 engineers, developers and other technology audiences are expected to attend the show, which runs through Thursday Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini outlines the company’s plan to accelerate its technology leadership, including a new era of energy efficient performance, Tuesday morning at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco. About 5,000 engineers, developers and other technology audiences are expected to attend the show, which runs through Thursday
     
    Paul Otellini, Intel president and CEO, shows off the Classmate PC at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco. The notebook is designed to serve the educational needs of emerging markets Paul Otellini, Intel president and CEO, shows off the Classmate PC at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco. The notebook is designed to serve the educational needs of emerging markets
     
    Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini shows an Intel Developer Forum audience Tuesday a wafer featuring research prototype chips with 80 floating point cores on a single die Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini shows an Intel Developer Forum audience Tuesday a wafer featuring research prototype chips with 80 floating point cores on a single die
     
    Justin Rattner, Intel Senior Fellow and chief technology officer, discusses the company’s development of tera-scale research chips. This was one of the major silicon breakthroughs he shared Tuesday at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco Justin Rattner, Intel Senior Fellow and chief technology officer, discusses the company’s development of tera-scale research chips. This was one of the major silicon breakthroughs he shared Tuesday at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco
     
    Paul Otellini, Intel President and CEO, shows a demonstration of a prototype ultra-mobile PC that synchronizes with an in-car entertainment and navigation system from Volkswagen. The high-tech vehicle was unveiled Tuesday at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco. The show runs through Thursday at Moscone Center Paul Otellini, Intel President and CEO, shows a demonstration of a prototype ultra-mobile PC that synchronizes with an in-car entertainment and navigation system from Volkswagen. The high-tech vehicle was unveiled Tuesday at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco. The show runs through Thursday at Moscone Center
     
    Photojournalists rush the Intel Developer Forum stage in San Francisco on Tuesday following keynote addresses by Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini and Chief Technology Officer Justin Rattner Photojournalists rush the Intel Developer Forum stage in San Francisco on Tuesday following keynote addresses by Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini and Chief Technology Officer Justin Rattner
     
     
    Other Resources
     
  • Intel Quad Core Processor Update – Sept. 2006 (54kb PDF)
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    Featured Photos - Day 2
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    Stephen Smith, vice president, director of Intel’s Desktop Platform Operations, holds an Intel® Core™2 Extreme Quad-Core microprocessor Stephen Smith, vice president, director of Intel’s Desktop Platform Operations, holds an Intel® Core™2 Extreme Quad-Core Microprocessor
     
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    During his keynote Wednesday at the Intel Developer Forum, Pat Gelsinger, Intel senior vice president and general manager of the Digital Enterprise Group, outlined the next stage of the company’s multi-core product roadmap and new industry initiatives that offer developers a design platform for innovation and new capabilities for businesses. During his keynote Wednesday at the Intel Developer Forum, Pat Gelsinger, Intel senior vice president and general manager of the Digital Enterprise Group, outlined the next stage of the company’s multi-core product roadmap and new industry initiatives that offer developers a design platform for innovation and new capabilities for businesses.
     
    Pat Gelsinger shares with an Intel Developer Forum audience on Wednesday how Moore’s Law and the accelerated pace of Intel innovation are enabling faster and more reliable and secure networking and computing technologies, including PCs that boast a future “system defense” technology. Gelsinger is Intel senior vice president and general manager of the Digital Enterprise Group. Pictured on the screen is Gordon Moore, father of Moore’s Law and Intel co-founder Pat Gelsinger shares with an Intel Developer Forum audience on Wednesday how Moore’s Law and the accelerated pace of Intel innovation are enabling faster and more reliable and secure networking and computing technologies, including PCs that boast a future “system defense” technology. Gelsinger is Intel senior vice president and general manager of the Digital Enterprise Group. Pictured on the screen is Gordon Moore, father of Moore’s Law and Intel co-founder.
     
    Pat Gelsinger, Intel senior vice president and general manager of the Digital Enterprise Group, shows off the Quad-Core Intel® Xeon® processor 5300 series for dual processing servers. His keynote on Wednesday was made at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco. The conference runs through Thursday and is expected to draw about 5,000 attendees Pat Gelsinger, Intel senior vice president and general manager of the Digital Enterprise Group, shows off the Quad-Core Intel® Xeon® processor 5300 series for dual processing servers. His keynote on Wednesday was made at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco. The conference runs through Thursday and is expected to draw about 5,000 attendees
     
    Technology at the Patient’s Bedside: Intel Corporation is working with nurses and physicians to develop technology platforms such as the mobile clinical assistant pictured above to help enhance patient safety and ease clinician workloads.  Eventual products based on the mobile clinical assistant platform could offer a variety of technologies including radio frequency identification technology for rapid user and patient identification, barcode scanning to help reduce medication-dispensing errors and wireless connectivity to electronic medical records systems Technology at the Patient’s Bedside
    Intel Corporation is working with nurses and physicians to develop technology platforms such as the mobile clinical assistant pictured above to help enhance patient safety and ease clinician workloads. Eventual products based on the mobile clinical assistant platform could offer a variety of technologies including radio frequency identification technology for rapid user and patient identification, barcode scanning to help reduce medication-dispensing errors and wireless connectivity to electronic medical records systems
     
    Purpose-Built for Healthcare: As a result of workflow studies and interviews with hundreds of nurses and physicians, the Intel Digital Health Group learned that healthcare professionals need technology tools that can be disinfected once they come in contact with patients.  Unlike traditional notebook PCs, Intel’s design for the mobile clinical assistant platform features an exterior casing that can be cleaned with disinfectant sprays or wipes. Eventual products based on the mobile clinical assistant platform can accompany nurses and physicians from patient to patient rather than remaining at the nurses’ station, a time-saving scenario that improves workflow Purpose-Built for Healthcare
    As a result of workflow studies and interviews with hundreds of nurses and physicians, the Intel Digital Health Group learned that healthcare professionals need technology tools that can be disinfected once they come in contact with patients. Unlike traditional notebook PCs, Intel’s design for the mobile clinical assistant platform features an exterior casing that can be cleaned with disinfectant sprays or wipes. Eventual products based on the mobile clinical assistant platform can accompany nurses and physicians from patient to patient rather than remaining at the nurses’ station, a time-saving scenario that improves workflow
     
    Louis Burns, vice president and general manager of Intel’s Digital Health Group, discusses how technology innovation is poised to help the healthcare industry deliver better healthcare at lower cost, ultimately making people’s lives better around the world. His address was made Wednesday at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco Louis Burns, vice president and general manager of Intel’s Digital Health Group, discusses how technology innovation is poised to help the healthcare industry deliver better healthcare at lower cost, ultimately making people’s lives better around the world. His address was made Wednesday at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco
     
    David (Dadi) Perlmutter, senior vice president and general manager of Intel’s Mobility Group, shares details of his company’s next-generation Intel® Centrino® Duo mobile technology platform that will enable laptops to operate faster and with enhanced wireless communication capabilities. Perlmutter spoke Wednesday afternoon at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco David (Dadi) Perlmutter, senior vice president and general manager of Intel’s Mobility Group, shares details of his company’s next-generation Intel® Centrino® Duo mobile technology platform that will enable laptops to operate faster and with enhanced wireless communication capabilities. Perlmutter spoke Wednesday afternoon at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco
     
    Featured Photos - Day 3
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    Stephen Pawlowski, senior fellow and chief technology officer of the Intel’s Digital Enterprise Group discusses high-performance computing and the road to petascale performance. His address was Thursday morning at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco Stephen Pawlowski, senior fellow and chief technology officer of the Intel’s Digital Enterprise Group discusses high-performance computing and the road to petascale performance. His address was Thursday morning at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco
     
    Richard Wirt, senior fellow, vice president and general manager of the Intel’s Software and Solutions Group talks in depth about the software threading challenge, and new techniques, tools and solutions for software developers. Wirt spoke Thursday morning at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco Richard Wirt, senior fellow, vice president and general manager of the Intel’s Software and Solutions Group talks in depth about the software threading challenge, and new techniques, tools and solutions for software developers. Wirt spoke Thursday morning at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco
     
    Brendan Traw, fellow and CTO of Intel's Digital Home Group discusses the direction of the digital home and Viiv™ platform. Traw spoke Thursday morning at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco Brendan Traw, fellow and CTO of Intel's Digital Home Group discusses the direction of the digital home and Viiv™ platform. Traw spoke Thursday morning at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco
     

     

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