Intel Developer Forum Fall 2003 – Day 1: Otellini's Keynoteby Derek Wilson on September 16, 2003 4:27 PM EST
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It's another Fall and we're met with yet another Intel Developer Forum. Although a bit shortened this year, we're still expecting the usual amount of information to flow our way. Things started off on a bit quicker of a pace with the opening keynote by Paul Otellini, which you will hear about in the coming pages.
We heard quite a bit about Intel's plans for threading with things like Hyper Threading, dual and multi-core CPUs in the desktop, workstation and server markets. You'll also learn about LaGrande, Intel's secure computing technology as well as Vanderpool technology, which we found quite interesting.
Expect to hear lots more about Prescott , Dothan and maybe even Grantsdale as we make our way through the days of IDF.
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DerekWilson - Wednesday, May 5, 2004 - linksdfsdf
Jason Clark - Wednesday, April 28, 2004 - linktest
Anonymous User - Wednesday, September 17, 2003 - linkFYI, the SGI terminology for that machine is "128p SSI," or "128p Single System Image." "128 way" is IBM speak.
Anonymous User - Wednesday, September 17, 2003 - linkNope, didn't see anything else on trigate technology... but I sure thought that was an idea I'd seen documented before.
AgaBooga - Tuesday, September 16, 2003 - linkWow, that was interesting but there was only a small line mentioning Tri-Gate technology. I think this will greatly help Intel CPU's. Do you have any other informatio they released at the conference about the Trigate technology?