Wednesday, March 21st 2007

Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in China Kicks Off 2007 Schedule

The first Intel Developer Forum (IDF) of 2007 and the largest ever held in China aims to drive innovations and foster powerful collaborations through vision, training and networking opportunities. IDF Beijing, delivering most content in Chinese and English, will focus on how energy-efficient technologies and products can bring unprecedented performance to customers, transform the industry and power innovations through a mix of programs.

Training: 21 technology tracks, 84 technical sessions, 4 hands-on labs and 13 Chalk Talks will cover such areas as mobile, server and desktop platform technologies and trends; multi-core architecture; multi-core threading workshop; global impact investment; ultra mobile platform design; embedded designs and solutions; I/O and application acceleration; tera-scale computing research; software; memory; power and thermal management; gaming technologies; and battery life for mobility.

Vision: The strongest keynote lineup at a China IDF consists of Justin Rattner, chief technology officer and Intel Senior Fellow, Corporate Technology Group; Patrick Gelsinger, senior vice president and general manager, Digital Enterprise Group; Eric Kim, senior vice president and general manager, Digital Home Group; and David Perlmutter, senior vice president and general manager, Mobility Group. Intel Fellows Mark Bohr and Geoff Lowney will discuss silicon technology leadership and software performance optimization, respectively, in their Technology Insights. Also appearing are Wee Theng Tan, vice president, Corporate Affairs Group, president, Intel China; and Wen-Hann Wang, vice president, Software and Solutions Group, general manager, Software and Solutions and Product Development.

Exhibition: The sold-out IDF Technology Showcase is where leading companies from around the world will be on display, many having hands-on demonstrations of their newest innovations and future technologies.

Networking: IDF offers valuable opportunities to speak with Intel managers and engineers whose work impacts future technology directions. At the more 13 Chalk Talks, attendees can have their technical questions answered by industry experts in an informal classroom setting. Scheduled topics include WiMAX, Geneseo extensions, tera-scale software, virtualization and DDR3. In addition, attendees can interact with Intel technology leaders through the "Meet the Expert" program.

IDF is geared toward:
  • Systems developers, engineers, implementers and architects
  • Communications developers, engineers, implementers and architects
  • Technical or business strategists and managers
  • Global press and analysts who must stay current with industry news and trends
Source: Intel
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WarEagleAU
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Yeah! Sorry, got excited for a moment. So, this is like a training seminar deal? I hope they come up with some new items and new ways of coding and the like.
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