Intel – Justin Rattner, CTO – Why Multi-core? IDF Keynote – 3 of 3 parts

March 7th, 2006 |

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Intel Developer Forum – Justin Rattner, CTO Keynote Part 3 of 3 – March 7, 2006, San Francisco

“Join Justin Rattner for a technology tour de force on the key challenges facing the industry and Intel’s multifaceted response of complete platform solutions – from transistors through software. Justin will highlight recent semiconductor advances for 65nm, Intel’s next-generation michroarchitecture that delivers a common, power-optimized foundation for ultra-light notebooks through high-end servers, platform innovations for enhanced energy-efficiency, and software tools and ecosystem initiatives to enable the threading revolution and unleash the capability of multi-core platforms.”

In this third of three parts of Justin’s keynote he speaks to the question, “Why multi-core?”

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