På Consumer Electronics Show (CES), der finder sted den 7.-10. januar 2010 i Las Vegas, vil Intel lancere sin nye linje af Intel Core Processorer for både stationære og bærbare computere. På messen vil Intels Præsident og CEO Paul Otellini holde en keynote præsentation hvor han vil løfte sløret for hvordan han ser trenden inden for teknik udvikle sig i det nye årtusinde. Både lanceringen og præsentationen sker den 7. januar. For mere information læs hele pressemeddelelsen nedenfor.
Her er den officielle agenda:
Jan. 7-10, 2010 – (Opening-day Intel highlights include a “32-nanometer-minute” press conference where Intel Corporation will “exercise its Core™,” and a keynote by President and CEO Paul Otellini; details below.)
Where: 2010 International Consumer Electronics Show at Las Vegas Convention Center; Intel booth at Central Hall #7153
What: Press conference details:
· A major news event at CES will be Intel Corporation’s introduction of its upcoming Intel® Core™ processor family for laptop and desktop buyers, delivering such unique features as Intel® Turbo Boost Technology1 to the mainstream markets. .
· 7:30-8:02 a.m. Jan. 7 at the Intel booth, Central Hall #7153
· Event during pre-show hours; enter through exterior C2 Lobby
What Else: Intel’s big focus will be on innovation, personal Internet and “everything computes”:
· Check out all-new Core notebooks, netbooks, MIDs, embedded Intel Architecture, Health Reader, WiMAX, Intel® Centrino® and more.
· Get the latest on wireless Internet, 3-D, HD, Smarter Phones, TVs and other devices.
· Learn about all the firsts Intel can achieve via its unique 32nm manufacturing process.
· See how Intel® Turbo Boost Technology1 dynamically delivers optimal performance and energy efficiency.
Who: Keynote: Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini will talk about predictions he made in his 2008 CES keynote, such as more powerful and personal computing devices, anytime/anywhere Internet connectivity, new user interfaces and richer, more immersive content. He’ll also demonstrate how these trends are leading to amazing advances in high-def and 3-D content, smarter phones and TVs and other connected devices and machines that you normally don’t associate with computers.
· 4:30-5:30 p.m. Jan. 7 at the Las Vegas Hilton’s Hilton Center
§ Panels participated by Intel executives and technology experts:
· “Defining Internet TV,” 12-1 p.m. Jan. 7
· Brian David Johnson, consumer experience architect
· “Netbooks: Here to Stay or Passing Fancy?,” 3-4 p.m. Jan. 7
· Mooly Eden, vice president and general manager, PC Client Group
· “Why Is the Smartphone OS Ecosystem So Complex?,” 12-1 p.m. Jan. 8
· Pankaj Kedia, director Global Ecosystem Programs
· “Healthcare Technology for Emerging Markets,” 1-2:35 p.m. Jan. 8
· Gerry Greeve, vice president and director, Intel World Ahead Program
· “Emerging Tech: Hot or Not?,” 1:30-2:30 p.m. Jan. 9
· Kevin Kahn, Intel Senior Fellow
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