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Intel refuses to reveal its next move

Sep 08, 20045 mins
Enterprise Applications

* News from Fall Intel Developer Forum * Upcoming trade shows * Free Network World Technology Tours

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Intel execs are in San Francisco this week hosting the vendor’s Fall Developer Forum but attendees aren’t getting as much meat around the company’s product roadmaps as they used get at previous Intel shows.

Attendees are hoping to learn more about Intel’s plans to introduce dual-core processors in 2005, which it has promised as the next major follow-up to the Nocona chip launched in August. Company execs are tight-lipped about fresh details, clearly in response to a July memo from Intel CEO Craig Barrett ticking off staff about product deadline slips and calling on the company to change its ways. Intel officials did however provide a few more snippets about future plans for its enterprise server processors.

Intel’s Fall Developer Forum runs until Thursday. Keep up-to-date with headlines from the show at .


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Intel expects its first-generation WiMax chips to spawn devices for wireless broadband end users that cost less than $200 and won’t require a visit by a service provider, a company executive said Tuesday.

Intel silent on Jayhawk replacement, 09/08/04

Intel Tuesday provided a few more details about future plans for its enterprise server processors, but the company maintained its silence on its plans for an upcoming dual-core Xeon processor, which it has promised as the next major follow-up to the Nocona chip it launched in August.

Intel ships samples of WiMax chip, 09/07/04

Intel has begun shipping samples of its first WiMax chip, called Rosedale, and the first network trials based on the technology will start next year, a senior company executive said Tuesday.

Parallel processing coming to a desktop near you, 09/07/04

Intel and the PC industry are about to go through a major change in the way client computers are designed, built and marketed, said Intel President and Chief Operating Officer Paul Otellini during his introductory address Tuesday at the Fall Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco.

Multicore processor on Intel road map, 09/06/04

Intel will preview a multicore future this week during the Fall Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco as it tries to leave behind a tumultuous year plagued by product delays and road-map revisions.

Dueling ultrawideband teams to push ahead, 09/03/04

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* UPCOMING TRADE SHOWS (Sept., Oct., Nov.):

DEMOmobile 2004

Sept. 8-10, La Jolla, Calif.

Sun Network 2004 Conference

Sept. 14/16, San Francisco

Telecom Negotiation Conference

Sept. 27-28, San Diego


Oct. 4-6, Santa Barbara, Calif.

TECHXNY (formerly PC Expo)

Oct. 5-7, New York

Gartner Symposium/ITxpo 2004

Oct. 17-24, Orlando, Fla.

Fall VON (Voice on the Net)

Oct. 18-21, Boston

CTIA Wireless & Entertainment 2004

Oct. 25-17, San Francisco

Digital ID World

Oct. 25-28, Denver, Colo.

Storage Networking World, Fall 2004

Oct. 25-28, Orlando, Fla.

NGN 2004 Conference

Nov. 1-5, Boston


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