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2005 International CES Virtual Press Kit

Craig Barrett Keynote

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Press Releases

January 6, 2005
Intel CEO Barrett: Silicon And Wireless Innovation Bring New Ways To Enjoy Entertainment

January 5, 2005
New CE-ATA Storage Interface Building Steam

January 4, 2005
Linksys, Intel Unveil Standards-Based Product That Distributes Protected Premium Content In The Home

December 31, 2004
Ten Resolutions From Intel For A Mobile 2005

Media Alert
Intel CEO Craig Barrett to Speak at International Consumer Electronics Show on Jan. 6

Photos

Dude Looks Like a Techie - Tech and Rock Stars ‘Jam’ at CES

Dude Looks Like a Techie - Tech and Rock Stars ‘Jam’  at CES Dude Looks Like a Techie - Tech and Rock Stars ‘Jam’  at CES
Dude Looks Like a Techie - Tech and Rock Stars ‘Jam’  at CES
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Intel Corporation CEO Craig Barrett teams with Aerosmith front man Steven Tyler to sing "Walk This Way" during a demo of new music-mixing software from Cakewalk at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Cakewalk’s UMIXIT software, tied to a track on Aerosmith’s latest album, “You Gotta Move,” is optimized for PCs based on the Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor with Hyper-Threading Technology, and gives users the power to transform their PC into a virtual music studio.


Silicon Valley and Hollywood Legends Bet on Wireless in Vegas

Silicon Valley and Hollywood Legends Bet on Wireless in Vegas
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Filmmaker Robert Redford joined Intel Corporation CEO Craig Barrett onstage at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to address the critical role of technology in the evolution of the film industry. Redford disclosed that this month’s Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah will be the scene of the first movie ever to be delivered to an audience over WiMAX, an emerging high-speed, long-distance wireless technology.


Setting the Stage
Intel Corporation CEO Craig Barrett on stage during his keynote at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Barrett emphazied that digital technology and innovation are providing consumers with the best of PCs and traditional consumer electronics devices. This trend, combined with the ability to communicate over wireless networks, is bringing consumers the new ability to enjoy multiple forms of entertainment in new and different ways, often simultaneously.

 

Setting the Stage
Setting the Stage: Intel Corporation puts the finishing touches on its large exhibition space in preparation for this week’s International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The interactive space will tempt visitors to try out the latest Entertainment PCs, wireless gaming, and multimedia notebooks and personal media players designed for mobile entertainment. The world’s leading chipmaker is one of 2,500 exhibitors slated to showcase their latest technology wares to consumers, media and retailers.
Mobility: Today’s “On-the-Go” Digital Lifestyle
Mobility: Today’s “On-the-Go” Digital Lifestyle - Computing, communications and entertainment are becoming increasingly important in consumers’ lives. New wireless notebooks based on Intel® Centrino® mobile technology allow consumers to enjoy their music, movies, educational programs and information throughout the home and on the go.
Digital Home: Create Your Own Digital Lifestyle at Home or “On the Go
Digital Home: Create Your Own Digital Lifestyle at Home or “On the Go" - At the 2005 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, Intel Corporation will exhibit new consumer PCs, wireless laptop notebooks, Entertainment PCs, mobile phones and PDAs powered by Intel® silicon. Intel’s booth depicts the version of the emerging digital home experience where consumers enjoy music, movies, educational programs and information anytime, anywhere on any device.