Intel, the world's largest chipmaker, will reveal what it's been up to lately at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco later this month.
The main items on the agenda? Networking chips and server chips--"more McKinleys than ever seen before," says Intel Chief Technology Officer Pat Gelsinger--as well as the giant's thoughts on the shape of PCs to come.
The four-day showcase kicks off Monday, Feb. 25, with a keynote speech from CEO Craig Barrett, and runs through Feb. 28 at the Moscone convention center. Roughly 4,000 people are expected to attend, with 140 companies scheduled to participate, churning out a slew of announcements related to Intel technology
Intel is set to announce several new initiatives, along with a host of new processors and related technologies. The chipmaker's main objective, though, is to publicize its strategy for everything non-PC.
News source: CNET