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July 20 -- The next Intel Developer Forum (IDF) is scheduled for Sept. 18-20, 2007 and will take place at the Moscone Center West, in San Francisco. The event is designed to focus on Intel Corporation's direction for the next year and beyond.
Keynoters that have been announced include:
Day 1 -- Paul Otellini, Intel president and CEO; and Pat Gelsinger, Intel senior vice president and general manager, Digital Enterprise Group.
Day 2 -- David Perlmutter, Intel senior vice president and general manager, Mobility Group; and Anand Chandrasekher, Intel senior vice president and general manager, Ultra Mobility Group.
Day 3 -- Renee James, Intel vice president and general manager, Software and Solutions Group; and Justin Rattner, Intel chief technology officer and senior Fellow.
In a rare public appearance, Intel co-founder and technology industry luminary Gordon Moore has been added to the Day 1 speaker line-up. Moore and Dr. Moira Gunn of NPR's "Tech Nation" will have a candid conversation on the tremendous advancements the entire computer industry has made over the decades.
More than 170 companies will demonstrate new products and technologies at the IDF Technology Showcase.
Technology tracks and technical sessions on such relevant themes as "High Performance Computing Technologies and Innovations," "Enabling Longer Battery Life for Mobility," "Intel Processor Technology: Driving the Future of Computing," "Intel Server Platform Technologies and Innovations," "Intel vPro Processor Technology and Intel Centrino Pro Processor Technology," "Mobile Internet Devices on Low Power Intel Architecture," "Next-Generation Wireless Solutions" and "Tera-Scale Computing Research: The Future of Multi-Core," "Desktop Platform Trends" and "Mobile Platform Technologies and Trends."
IDF also offers the opportunity to speak with Intel managers and engineers whose work will impact future technology directions. In addition to two networking breakfasts and lunches, Chalk Talks will be an opportunity to have technical questions answered by Intel Fellows and Intel technical experts in a classroom setting.
To register for the event, visit http://developer.intel.com/IDF or call 800-569-2748.
Following the September event in San Francisco, the next IDF meetings will take place in Taiwan-Taipei, Oct. 15-16; China-Shanghai, April 2-3, 2008; United States-San Francisco, Aug. 19-21, 2008; and Taiwan-Taipei, Oct. 20-21, 2008.
Source: Intel Corporation