Intel Developer Forum Spring 2004: first look
IDF Spring 2004, which opens in San Francisco on February, 17 and
lasts till 19, is one of the most anticipated events of the year. IDF will also be held in Tokyo, Taibei, Beijing and Barselona during March-April, 2004. IDF has been setting the trends for the next months for several years now, and this one is not going to be an exception.
Our readers will surely be glad to find out that Alexander Vorobiev,
representative of iXBT.com, has already arrived in San Francisco and is having a rest after the 20-hour flight and getting ready for the grand
opening tomorrow. As there is nothing to report from IDF yet we decided to publish a couple of entertaining photos from Alexander’s trip log.
Here’s the great NY smog.
San Francisco at night. View from the hotel room.
The same view at morning.
Some words about key events on this IDF.
Tuesday, Feb. 17
- Opening Keynote: Craig Barrett will discuss Intel´s corporate strategy related to the convergence of computing and communications and will address silicon integration, software innovation and solutions development.
- Louis Burns: The role of computing devices is expanding. New usage models are evolving at home, office or elsewhere. Convergence of computing and consumer electronics is bringing home entertainment into the hands of
- John Davies: Intel´s expanding technology focus to drive solutions that can significantly improve workflows and change how businesses run their operations
- Will Swope: the needs and drivers for the adoption of technology in the modern corporate environment and Intel´s contributions toward meeting the corporate environment needs
Wednesday, Feb. 18:
- Mike Fister: successful examples of balanced platforms in production today and future platform enhancements based on Intel
Xeon and Itanium processors
- William Siu: desktop platforms and technology solutions that not only offer the performance headroom for today´s and tomorrow´s demanding applications, but also enhance user experience by enabling new
usage models in the office
- Anand Chandrasekher: Handheld to Notebook: Mobility Surges Forward
- Doug Busch: Mobilizing Enterprise Applications Keynote
Thursday, Feb. 19
- Sean Maloney: Communications and the broadband wireless wave keynote
- Pat Gelsinger: R&D Keynote
Of course, the program is not limited by these keynotes. Different
issues regarding promising hi-tech technologies, personal computing
products, servers, communication equipment and pocket computers will
also be covered at this IDF. Another noteworthy event
is a two-day conference devoted to solutions. It is to take place on Feb. 17-18
and is aimed at people making decisions in the field of
information technologies, developers and those working in the sphere
of applications and other software engineering fields.
In addition to the solutions conference, another one will be held for OEM
builders, hardware producers and new architecture developers. This
conference will be devoted to systems.
In one word, this IDF is going to be filled with extremely
interesting events and will certainly provide material for some good
news or even sensations. Well, stay tuned and come often to check our
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