Intel Developer Forum vender tilbage til San Francisco den 13-15. September 2010
Intel Corporations største teknologi-konference vender tilbage til San Francisco den 13-15. september 2010. Konferencen, der i år er i sit trettende år, fokuserer på, hvilke drejninger Intels teknologi og platforme vil tage i fremtiden. Der vil specifikt blive lagt vægt på Intel Atom og Intel Core processorer, Intel mikro-arkitekturen med kodenavnet “Sandy Bridge”, Intel Solid-State Drive teknologien og SuperSpeed USB.
Intel leaders will delve into key strategies on myriad topics during all three days at Moscone Center West. CEO and President Paul Otellini will kick off opening day with a keynote addressing his views on the current “Computing Continuum” Intel is driving. Immediately following is a deep-dive based on Otellini’s theme by David Perlmutter, executive vice president and general manager, Intel Architecture Group.
Focusing on the expanding Intel® Atom™ processor ecosystem, the Day 2 keynote will be jointly delivered by Doug Davis, vice president and general manager of Intel’s Embedded and Communications Group; and Renee James, senior vice president and general manager of Intel’s Software and Solutions Group.
The final keynote of the conference, on Sept. 15, focuses on the near and not-so-near future, and delivered by Justin Rattner, vice president and director of Intel Labs, Intel’s chief technology officer and an Intel Senior Fellow.
Other highlights during IDF include the Industry Technology Showcase, home of the latest innovations demonstrated by representatives from leading technology companies. Also returning are popular Insight sessions. Intel Fellow Thomas Piazza and Opher Kahn, senior principal engineer, will discuss Intel® microarchitecture codename “Sandy Bridge” in the Technology Insight on Sept. 13. For an Industry Insight, also on Day 1, Intel Chief Information Officer Diane Bryant will be joined by a panel of peers to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing IT. Day 2 will include a Technology Insight focused on software.
All three days will feature technical session tracks. Topics include “Sandy Bridge,” cloud computing, eco-technology, Intel Atom and Intel® Core™ processors, embedded solutions, health care IT, Intel® Solid-State Drive Technology, PCI Express, SuperSpeed USB*, Unified Extensible Firmware Interface* and visual computing.
The “Intel Fellows: Live and Uncensored” sessions are where attendees can ask Intel’s most senior technologists questions, no holds barred.
“You want to be there when the future happens,” said Mark Erwin, IDF global events manager. “IDF is your chance to collaborate with peers, experience the latest technology and exchange ideas about the future. Each day of this forward-looking conference is packed with important technical information and insights from experts.”
Getting the best environmental impact, performance and return from your computer system investment requires consideration of material resources, energy efficiency in design, procurement, asset power management, and deployment. This track offers an overview of Intel's Eco-Technology strategy. Topics include: developing software that can instrument applications for productivity and efficiency, case study on designing low-power servers, regulatory issues surrounding energy efficiency, and a look into the future of materials restrictions and positioning strategies.
Illuminate, gain Insight, and Solve key high performance computing challenges. This track offers attendees an insight into Intel technology that brings transformations in discovery and design. Key technology discussions will include architectural trends, software tools, Intel’s iWARP ((Internet Wide Area RDMA Protocol), Intel® Software Tools, Intel’s Ct Technology, Intel® Cluster Ready, and Intel® Solid State Drives (SSDs).
Join this track to hear from Intel IT professionals about their experiences managing a large and diverse global enterprise which includes the future of the mobility and small form factors in the enterprise, how we focus on evaluating emerging and disruptive technologies, agility using private enterprise clouds and security.
Researchers at Intel Labs are driving innovations that will redefine future technology and how we’ll interact with our electronic devices. Learn what our researchers are doing to create technology that is more intelligent and responsive to our needs, building the foundation for future devices that will interact more naturally with us, and make our lives easier, more enjoyable and more productive.
This track delivers the system design information and selected technical details needed to develop the next generation of Intel® Atom™ processor based devices. Intel experts will reveal both the market research data and the technical underpinnings of system definitions for netbooks - including the classmate PC, tablets, and entry-level desktops.