During a private meeting with Intel during IDF 09, more details were divulged about their upcoming Westmere architecture, which includes the Clarkdale desktop and Arrandale mobile chips. Although most of the information has been speculated for a while, we have some initial performance and power consumption details, and things are looking quite good.
There was much discussed during the first day of IDF, including Atom, mobile and lightweight computing, Atom, more Atom, updates regarding industry trends, discussion of the company’s continuing innovation with building smaller, yet faster chips, and much more. Oh, and there was some talk of Atom, as well.
Wednesday’s keynote schedule may not have been as chock-full of new hardware demonstrations as Tuesday’s Gelsinger-Perlmutter marathon, but it wasn’t without some excitement of its own. Here’s our summary of the day’s keynote speeches.
Greetings from the Fall 2008 Intel Developer Forum! Day 1 is done, and we’ve already heard speeches from some of the biggest names at the company, regarding new products and the company’s future direction, as well as the significance of technological progress worldwide. We’ve got your details about what was said, and who said it.
Intel opened up about their Nehalem architecture at this summer’s IDF, and while we are unable to talk about performance data, what we can talk about is of great interest. Read on as we take a brief look at Turbo Mode, HyperThreading, CPU and Memory overclocking, the triple-channel memory controller and much more.
|IDF 09 SF: More On Clarkdale & Arrandale||Rob Williams||September 24, 2009||Intel Developer Forum|
|IDF 09 SF: Day 1 Coverage||Rob Williams||September 22, 2009||Intel Developer Forum|
|IDF 08 SF: Day 2 Keynote Roundup||Rory Buszka||August 21, 2008||Intel Developer Forum|
|IDF 08 SF: Day 1 Keynote Roundup||Rory Buszka||August 20, 2008||Intel Developer Forum|
|IDF 08 SF: Intel Reveals More About Nehalem||Rob Williams||August 19, 2008||Intel Developer Forum|
|IDF 07 SF: Walking The Show Floor||Greg King||September 24, 2007||Intel Developer Forum|
|IDF 07 SF: Skulltrail, QX9650, 45nm Performance Preview||Rob Williams||September 20, 2007||Intel Developer Forum|
|IDF 07 SF: PCI-Express 3.0 and USB 3.0||Greg King||September 19, 2007||Intel Developer Forum|
|IDF 07 SF: Skulltrail – High-End Has New Meaning||Rob Williams||September 19, 2007||Intel Developer Forum|
|IDF 07 SF: Paul Otellini Keynote||Rob Williams||September 18, 2007||Intel Developer Forum|