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Friday, March 17, 2006
CeBIT 2006

39. Intel

Intel's booth at CeBIT

CDRinfo visited Intel's booth at CeBIT, Hannover and met with Mathias Raeck, PR Manager for EMEA and Christopher Walker, Director of Microprocessor Product Marketing for Intel. In the picture below is a general view of Intel's booth.

Mr. Walker explained Intel's plans for Intel's new micro-architecture that will be more energy efficient by using 65 nm production (compared to 90nm currently). The official name of this new micro-architecture will be the Intel Core Micro-architecture.

Apart from being energy-efficient, the new micro-architecture will feature "multi-brained" processors. It will be developed in three categories: desktop, mobile and dual Processor servers. It should be available by third quarter, revealed Mr. Walker. The new micro-architecture will use a shared memory cache and will delegate the whole cache through a single core.

Mr. Walker also outlined Intel's forthcoming plans for the mobile industry, with a 40% expected jump on the market and a 40% power reduction. Intel announced at CeBIT its new Ultra Mobile PC (UMPC) platforms from Asus, Founder and Samsung.

In the server segment, the company is planning an 80% increase in the performance and a 35% power reduction. Power consumption is a main issue for Intel that will focus on bringing out more energy efficient products by developing intelligent power saving technologies that turn on specific "modules" when they are needed, and off when they are not.

For desktops, they will try to incorporate new fanless designs (passive cooling) to maintain quiet operation and again, low overall power consumption.

At its booth, Intel was showcasing some of its motherboards for PCs and servers, as seen in the pictures above.

Above, the Intel-branded BMW Sauber Formula 1 race car, admired by all visitors to Intel's booth.

Intel's booth at CeBIT was located in Hall 2, stand C46

 

 

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