IDF Fall 2007 Wrap-up

Posted by TG Daily Staff

 

IDF Fall 2007

September 18-20, 2007

 

 

Intel has opened its Fall IDF in San Francisco with a fireworks of initial announcements. The first 45 nm processors get a release date with a total of 15 such CPUs to be launched by year-end.

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Key stories

IDF Day 1: Penryn showcased, Nehalem revealed

Rick Hodgin sums up his impressions about the key products at the show, Penryn and Nehalem.

 

IDF Day 2: Intel searching for new ways to use WiMax

Intel's vision of mobility: A lower power, greater performance, IA-32, always connected mobile world of wide MID (Mobile Internet Device) use.

 

IDF Day 3: Intel seeks collaboration, open protocols and a 3D Web

Intel's final day of keynotes brought home both the software side and a future vision for the interconnected user. Intel asks us if we're ready for the 3D Web.

 

TG Daily interview with VP Mooly Eden: "Ramp and win as fast as possible"

TG Daily had the chance to sit down with Mr. Banias himself, Mooly Eden, for a face-to-face interview. Eden took the opportunity to explain why he believes that Intel has the edge right now – and why he believes Intel will keep it. Of course, that brought AMD into the discussion as well and Eden wasn't shy commenting on AMD's outlook.


All IDF Fall 2007 stories:

 

Intel seeks collaboration, open protocols and a 3D Web

Intel searching for new ways to use WiMax

Intel's goal for Penryn: "Ramp and win as fast as possible"

Intel's Penryn refresh platform to integrate support for Blu-ray, HD DVD

Intel to dump Microsoft as OS supplier for Mobile Internet Devices?

Skulltrail shows off some 45nm Penryn prowess

Tera-Scale project and petascale challenges

Intel planning quad-core notebook CPUs for Q3 08

Penryn showcased, Nehalem revealed

Gelsinger demos DP Nehalem server

USB 3.0 proposed

Gordon Moore says Moore's Law will hit "fundamental" barrier in 10 to 15 years

Intel to launch Penryn on Nov. 12