Today’s podcast covers the show known as the Intel Developer Forum, or IDF for short. IDF is an annual event focusing on new Intel technologies and product visions, showcasing what is new from small maker-like ‘Internet of Things’ devices all the way up to server platforms and everything in-between. Ian and Ryan were at the show, with plenty of meetings on tap. We found some time to put our thoughts on the announcements in a microphone.

The AnandTech Podcast #37: IDF 2016

The AnandTech Podcast - Episode 37
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Total Time:  47 minutes 57 seconds

Outline mm:ss

00:00 - Start
01:20 - Intel IDF Keynote
01:40 - Project Alloy, Untethered VR
08:13 - Intel Joule IoT Platform
15:35 - Intel Broxton SoC
20:50 - Knights Landing
22:15 - Knights Mill
25:20 - AMD Zen
37:40 - AMD Naples
47:57 - FIN

Related Reading

IDF 2016 Keynote Live Blog
Intel Announces Project Alloy: Untethered Augmented Reality in a VR Headset
Intel Unveils Joule: A High-Performance Atom-Powered IOT Module and Maker Kit
More Details on Broxton: Quad Core, ECC, Up to 18 EUs of Gen 9
Intel Announces Knights Mill: A Xeon Phi for Deep Learning

AMD Zen Microarchitecture Part 1: Micro-op Cache, Schedulers and Memory Hierarchy
AMD Zen Microarchitecture Part 2: Extracting ILP, More Juicy Details
AMD Zen Server CPU and Motherboard Breakdown: 2P for Q2 2017
Unpacking AMD's Zen Benchmark: Is Zen actually 2% Faster than Broadwell?

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  • MScrip - Tuesday, August 30, 2016 - link

    Hooray! After 6 long months! I almost deleted the feed from my podcatcher :)

    Welcome back!
    Reply
  • ImSpartacus - Tuesday, August 30, 2016 - link

    I know, right? This is pretty awesome.

    Anandtech should do at least a monthly podcast of basically reading out the most notable article of the month and then discussing it with some folks.
    Reply
  • Shadow7037932 - Tuesday, August 30, 2016 - link

    Wow. Back after a lonnng hiatus eh? Reply
  • powerarmour - Tuesday, August 30, 2016 - link

    Does this site even realise that they are in danger of becoming 'just another tech site', I mean the actual quality of the articles are still quite decent, but the choice of content and delays (especially on GPU reviews) seem pretty dire at the moment. Reply
  • MFK - Tuesday, August 30, 2016 - link

    I haven't seen any articles by Anandtech on the fact that Intel is opening up it's fabs to other people which could lead to Arm chips being fabbed there.

    Am I misunderstanding the event? Almost every other tech site reported on this as a major event but i did not see any commentary from Anandtech.
    Did I miss something?
    Reply
  • powerarmour - Tuesday, August 30, 2016 - link

    You didn't miss anything if you follow a better site, that's the main point. Reply
  • BillBear - Tuesday, August 30, 2016 - link

    I appreciate the outline showing the times at which various topics are discussed. Reply
  • tipoo - Tuesday, August 30, 2016 - link

    Relevant read for those into Xeon Phi, and some explanation of its relation to Larrabee by one of the engineers. Also stated, the Gen graphics guys really want to make a dGPU but Intel management won't let them! Let the engineers free, Intel!

    https://tomforsyth1000.github.io/blog.wiki.html
    Reply
  • OctaneZ - Tuesday, August 30, 2016 - link

    I think a lot of us miss hearing from you. With the silo-ing and walling of the internet, I really appreciate that you offer multiple rss feeds. Unfortunately @Google, doesn't allow users to add a feed. I miss hearing your podcasts since basically buying into #GooglePlayMusic. I think I and many other long term readers would appreciate you publishing to Google Play as well as iTunes.
    https://play.google.com/music/podcasts/publish
    Reply
  • Ryan Smith - Wednesday, August 31, 2016 - link

    Humm, I didn't realize Google didn't allow custom RSS Podcast themes. I'll look into that for future podcasts. Thanks for the heads up. Reply

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