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Thoughts on Moving to Parallel Programming – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 156

October 25th, 2011 |
Thoughts on Moving to Parallel Programming – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 156

In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Greg Pfister, an industry expert on parallelism, stops by to talk about the application of Moore’s Law, a framework for moving from serial to parallel programming, and dealing with big ...
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Intel Ships New 45nm Penryn Chip

November 11th, 2007 |
Intel Ships New 45nm Penryn Chip

Gordon Moore’s Law will remain in effect for the foreseeable future. Intel Corporation’s new 45nm Penryn microprocessor relies on a new recipe that combines the element Hafnium and metal gate technology to increase performance and significantly reduce eco-unfriendly, wasteful electricity ...
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Video Highlights From IDF SF 2007

September 27th, 2007 |
Video Highlights From IDF SF 2007

Gordon Moore calls technology the “fundamental enabler” for all other technologies in his live-streamed keynote, available in two videos, here and here. The breadth of technology on display at this year’s Fall IDF in San Francisco confirms the central role ...
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Fireside Chat with Gordon Moore, Live at IDF: Part 2

September 19th, 2007 |
Fireside Chat with Gordon Moore, Live at IDF: Part 2

Gordon E. Moore, Intel retired chairman and CEO (and chairman emeritus of the board) spoke with Moira Gunn onstage at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, in an interview that Intel called a “fireside chat.”

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Live from IDF: Gelsinger Puts Nehalem and Virtualization on Display

September 18th, 2007 |
Live from IDF: Gelsinger Puts Nehalem and Virtualization on Display

In his keynote today at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, Patrick Gelsinger, senior vice president and general manager of Intel’s Digital Enterprise Group, gave a broad update on Intel’s efforts this year.

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Fireside Chat with Gordon Moore, Live at IDF: Part I

September 18th, 2007 |
Fireside Chat with Gordon Moore, Live at IDF: Part I

Gordon E. Moore, Intel retired chairman and CEO (and chairman emeritus of the board) spoke with Moira Gunn onstage at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, in an interview that Intel called a “fireside chat.”

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Otellini Keynote, Live from IDF

September 18th, 2007 |
Otellini Keynote, Live from IDF

Paul Otellini looked back on 40 years of innovation at Intel, outlined the company’s three main capabilities (silicon technology, Intel architecture, and market creation), and gave his vision for the future. “Today’s innovations are the basis of future technology,” Otellini ...
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Exclusive From IDF: Intel CTO Justin Rattner

September 18th, 2007 |
Exclusive From IDF: Intel CTO Justin Rattner

Intel CTO Justin Rattner’s candid preview of events at this week’s Intel Developer Forum included an overview of the presentations on Intel’s Penryn and Nehalem processors, and recent progress toward 32 nanometer chip production (and Intel’s efforts to keep up ...
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Moore’s Law Got Me

Moore’s Law Got Me

Science gurus Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman race through speed and time to show the explosive wonders of Moore’s Law, which is at the core of advances in computer technology. This video was created to celebrate the introduction of Intel ...
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Intel Says 45 Nanometer Microprocessors Due Later This Year

January 27th, 2007 |
Intel Says 45 Nanometer Microprocessors Due Later This Year

Intel announced that it will begin making 45 nanometer chips, code-named Penryn, in the second half of the year. The new microprocessors are the culmination of years of R&D using new materials to improve the efficiency and performance of silicon-based ...
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Intel says goodbye to Silicon Dioxide in new 45 nanometer fab

January 26th, 2007 |
Intel says goodbye to Silicon Dioxide in new 45 nanometer fab

Moore’s Law is very much alive, according to Intel Senior Fellow, Mark Bohr. He gave me a tour of Intel’s newest 45 nanometer fab. This is a very rare look inside Intel‘s newest fab that’ll make processors you’ll be buying ...
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Intel’s 45 Nanometer Process: 300 Transistors on a Red Blood Cell

January 17th, 2007 |
Intel’s 45 Nanometer Process: 300 Transistors on a Red Blood Cell

You might think Moore’s Law comes with an ancillary set of steps on how to adhere to it. The Law essentially says that technology develops so swiftly that chip engineers can pack twice as many transistors on a piece of ...
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HPC Hardware Costs Plunge, Software Another Story

October 13th, 2006 |
HPC Hardware Costs Plunge, Software Another Story

With big iron machines it’s all about keeping costs down. As Moore’s Law is challenged by the physical constraints of designing nano-sized devices, it might be aided by more efficient software. However, software isn’t cheap. Intel Fellows David Kuck and ...
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Intel’s Laser-enabled Chips Could be Silver Bullet

September 19th, 2006 |
Intel’s Laser-enabled Chips Could be Silver Bullet

SANTA CLARA, CA, September 19, 2006 (PodTech News) — Intel says its new experimental semiconductors could be the breakthrough the chip industry has been looking for — the one that will allow chips to keep pace with Moore’s Law. They’ll ...
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Silicon Valley – “End of Medicine” – Andy Kessler – Do to doctors what ATM did for Bank Tellers

July 10th, 2006 |
Silicon Valley – “End of Medicine” – Andy Kessler – Do to doctors what ATM did for Bank Tellers

Famed Analyst, Investor and Silicon Valley Guru, Andy Kessler on the “End of Medicine”. Andy Kessler, the guy behind the books Wall Street Meat and Running Money, just published a new book End of Medicine. Andy, who has been ...
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TiEcon 2006: Despite Threat to Moore’s Law, Cadence CEO Sees More Opportunities for Chip Industry

Moore’s Law “could slow or maybe even stop,” offered Mike Fister, CEO of Cadence Design Systems. Before heading off to sit on a TiEcon session on the semiconductor industry.

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