INTEL DEVELOPER FORUM, San Jose, Calif., Sept. 16, 2003 - Intel Corporation today showed how the digital home is becoming a reality with new products, technologies and services that move the industry closer to the goal of enabling consumers to enjoy content anywhere, anytime and on any device at home.
During his keynote at the Intel Developer Forum, Fall 2003, Louis Burns, vice president and co-general manager of Intel's Desktop Platforms Group, discussed progress the industry has made on developing industry guidelines for distributing digital media in the home. He also previewed innovative new products, product designs and technologies for the digital home. He encouraged the computing, consumer electronics and entertainment industries to jointly make premium content available to consumers as the next step in delivering a true digital home experience.
Burns demonstrated consumer products that are available today or will be in the near future. This included a high-definition video stream running on a previously unannounced desktop processor, the Intel® Pentium® 4 processor Extreme Edition 3.20 GHz supporting Hyper-Threading Technology1, with an additional 2 Megabytes of cache. This new processor will be targeted at high-end gamers and computing power users.
"The industry has made great progress toward developing interoperability guidelines as well as innovative products and services that are helping make the digital home a reality for consumers," Burns said. "The next step in the digital home is enabling the availability of premium content on the home network, giving consumers access to the type of compelling content they want to enjoy. We're committed to continue to work with the consumer electronics, music and film industries to deliver the capability which, in turn, will create new business opportunities for all."
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