Inside IT: Migrating to an Intel Architecture Platform in Silicon Design

September 11th, 2012 |
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IT Best Practices: Episode 33 – In a previous podcast we discussed migrating mission-critical systems to Intel architecture. We outlined the process Intel has undergone to move from a RISC-based platform in the 90s to a complete Intel architecture-based platform today. In this podcast we’re going to zoom into that process a bit, and talk about that transformation in a critical area of business at Intel: design. Elwood Coslett manages the Data Center Engineering group at Intel. He oversaw the migration in the design department. He talks about the specific needs of design engineers, and about devising the migration process.

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