Comet and Toshiba have rolled out in-store Intel Wireless Display demonstration areas to 70 of their highest profiles stores across the UK. All of these stores are carrying inventory for customers to purchase systems with Intel Wireless Display. Intel Wireless Display is now available on more than 50 different systems around the globe.

During a keynote today at West Coast Green, Intel VP Doug Davis detailed how smarter technology can empower consumers and businesses to better manage their energy consumption. Unveiling the Intel® Atom™ processor-based Home Energy Management Proof of Concept Reference Design, Davis underscored Intel’s ongoing efforts to inspire utilities and manufacturers to deliver home energy management solutions. Visit the press kit.


  • KT’s WIBRO service will be available in another five major cities and expressways in Korea by Oct. 1.
  • First Intel Core and Intel Atom processor-based laptops and netbooks with Intel embedded WiMAX and Wi-Fi capabilities are available in Korea.
  • WIBRO network is now on 10MHz WiMAX channel bandwidth with improved radio planning, increasing quality of service by up to two times.
  • Intel Capital is investing US$20 million in WIBRO Infra Co., Ltd.



SEOUL, Sept. 30, 2010 – Intel Corporation and KT today announced that they are expanding their collaboration to accelerate the adoption of WIBRO-branded services based on WiMAX technology in South Korea. Intel Capital, Intel’s global investment organization, also announced an investment of US$20 million in WIBRO Infra Co., Ltd. (WIC), a joint venture with KT, Samsung and KBIC. The Intel Capital investment will help WIC accelerate KT’s leading wireless broadband infrastructure build out.


Expanding WIBRO Coverage, Improved Customer Benefits
In addition to availability in the metropolitan areas of Seoul, Inchon and Suwon, KT will expand the WIBRO service to five new cities -- Busan, Daegu, Gwangju, Daejeon and Ulsan -- and the expressways of Gyeongbu, Jungbu, Honam and Yeongdong. When the new service begins on Oct. 1, subscribers will be able to enjoy KT’s “Mobile Wonderland” supported by its “3W” network consisting of 3G mobile communication (WCDMA), wireless LAN (WiFi) and high-speed wireless Internet (WIBRO).


KT is also migrating its WIBRO network onto the standard of 10MHz WiMAX channel width that will allow interoperability and roaming with WiMAX networks worldwide. Coupled with better radio planning, this migration is expected to improve the quality of service by up to two times.


By March 2011, KT is expected to be the first carrier in the world to provide nation-wide WiMAX coverage with its WIBRO service covering 82 cities in Korea, serving 85 percent of the Korean population.


Intel Embedded WiMAX Chipsets for a New WIBRO Experience
KT and Intel also have worked with major PC manufacturers to launch the first Intel® Core™ and Intel® Atom™ processor-based laptops and netbooks in Korea featuring Intel® embedded WiMAX solutions, based on the Intel® Centrino® Advanced-N + WiMAX 6250 network adapter.


Starting Oct. 1, Korean customers will be able to purchase a wide selection of Intel-based laptops and netbooks from Samsung, LG and Acer. These WiMAX-ready mobile devices allow high-speed wireless Internet access without the need for plug-in USB modems or wireless pocket routers. The devices will enable users to enjoy wireless Internet connectivity in countries and cities that have also deployed compatible WiMAX networks1.


Intel Capital’s US$20 million Investment
Intel Capital also today announced that it has invested US$20 million in WIBRO Infra Co., Ltd. The funds will be used to accelerate deployment of leading-edge wireless broadband networks in South Korea.


“Intel is committed to leading the advancement of wireless broadband adoptions throughout the world as more devices compute and connect to the Internet,” said Arvind Sodhani, president of Intel Capital and Intel executive vice president. “Intel Capital’s investment strengthens our WiMAX efforts in Asia Pacific region, arguably the fastest growing wireless broadband area, and specifically helps KT expand their offerings in Korea.”


“We will cooperate with Intel in every way to promote the wireless Internet,” said Suk-chae Lee, CEO, KT. “Just like a seamless transportation network requiring expressways, railroads and aviation, KT will develop a 3W network with WIBRO, Wi-Fi and WCDMA technologies complementing each other to make Korea the world’s best mobile wonderland.”


“As a mobile Internet user myself, I am glad that the WIBRO service is now available in five more major cities and expressways, said Tae-Keun Hyung, a member of a standing committee, Korea Communications Commission. “With WIBRO, I expect Korea to be a leading mobile Internet country in the world.”


1 Subject to carrier roaming agreements and end-user subscription.


About KT
KT (Korea Telecom) Corporation is an IT company located in Korea which provides voice and data, fixed and mobile, communication and broadcasting services. KT is currently on the top in Korea for its total revenue (both fixed and mobile services). However, when it was spun off from the Ministry of Communications (currently Korea Communications Commission) and first established in 1981, there were only 4.5 million lines. KT increased the number to 20 million in just 12 years. Therefore, the people in Korea are now privileged to enjoy the universal and advanced telecommunication services. Moreover, KT launched Korea's first communication satellite, "Mugunghwa (Koreasat)" contributing to make Korea become one of the advanced countries in information and communications. Recently, KT has opened a new era of smartphones in Korea, and makes every effort to create Korea, the "Mobile Wonderland" and to be a global ICT convergence leader by releasing various smart devices and providing nationwide networks, "3W networks" -Wi-Fi, WiBro and WCMA. ICT: Information, Communication, Transaction


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WiMAX, under the WiBRO name, will be available in another five major Korean cities and expressways on October 1. The network has migrated to the 10MHz WiMAX channels, significantly increasing connection speeds. To access the expanding network, a wide selection of Intel Core and Intel Atom processor-based laptops and netbooks with Intel embedded WiMAX/Wi-Fi capabilities are now available in Korea. In addition, Intel Capital is investing US $20 million in WiBro Infra Co., Ltd (WIC). More information.

What are the blessings and frustrations with keeping, or sharing secrets?  Intel Design Researcher Ashwini Asokan shares her research on how technology is used to keep secrets in her home country of India. Intrigued? Learn more about Asokan’s observations of India’s relationship with technology in Scoop’s latest blog post “Hiding Behind Technology” at

Avaya, an enterprise communication systems company, announced new real-time enterprise video communication tools and services this week, including the Avaya Flare Experience. Powered by an Intel Atom processor, the desktop video communications device allows users to launch video-conference calls, IM sessions or audio conferences in just seconds. Learn more about the Avaya Flare Experience.

It won’t be long before the advertising sign on top of your taxi cab will direct you to a nearby late-night hot dog stand as you’re paying your tab, while patrons hopping in after you receive a different advertisement relevant to their own destination, such as a bar special or local movie theatre show times. Recently, Intel India, Meru Cabs and iWave System Technologies announced a partnership to develop an Intel® Atom™ Processor-based mobile digital signage solution that will allow advertisers to target passengers with tailored content. The ability for the Intel Atom processor to withstand extreme weather elements will help keep the digital signs operating well in varied climates.

Last December Intel CTO Justin Rattner unveiled a concept 48 core single-chip for the lab’s Tera-scale Computing Research Program. Today almost 40 worldwide institutions are working together as a part of Many-core Aplications Research Community to explore the potential for this kind of computing performance and research into real life appliances.

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Sept. 24, 2010 – Intel Corporation's board of directors has declared a 15.75 cents per share quarterly dividend on the company's common stock. The dividend will be payable on Dec. 1, 2010 to stockholders of record on Nov. 7, 2010.


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With Intel vPro-based PCs in the majority of Global 100 companies and supported by all leading manageability and security vendors, Intel has harnessed growing industrywide resources on its new Intel vPro 101 site. It’s like a cheat sheet for questions around activation, software availability, tips and tricks, and more. to help IT implement vPro strategically and simply.

Have a question on all those desktop virtualization models?  Want to know a Type-1 hypervisor from a Type-2?  Can’t figure out if you want to stream apps and OS, or just apps? From noon-1 PDT today, Intel engineering, technology and marketing experts will be online to answer your toughest questions during the Desktop Virtualization Ask An Expert session.

Clearwire and UQ customers using Intel™ WiMAX embedded netbooks and notebooks will be able to sign-up for a Day Pass and use unlimited data while travelling throughout the covered markets in Japan and the United States. Work continues with Global Alliance Partners to offer international roaming in additional countries around the world.

At the Clinton Global Initiative this week, Intel announced support for a ground breaking film and social action campaign:  10x10:  Connect the Dots, Educate Girls, Change the World. 10x10 will amplify the importance of investing in girls and compel people and organizations to action. It uses the power of storytelling and the media to give millions of people the tools to create actionable change for girls around the world. More information can be found in the 10x10 press release.

Intel® In Sight is a picture scavenger hunt that rewards you for interacting with Intel. From September through November, use the Intel® In Sight iPhone app or a camera enabled mobile device to snap pictures of Intel related ads and images to find and score points hidden inside with the chance to win great prizes from Intel. Download the iPhone app or text "Core" to 6174604517 to get started.

Men's Journal featured Intel in the article, "The Car of the Future is Here Now." The article covered futuristic automotive products that are available and possible with today’s technology. Ton Steenman discussed the possibilities of Internet-connected dashboards, such as in-car applications, social networking and traffic updates via crowd-sourcing. The October 2010 print edition is available now.

Intel has enhanced its extremely popular PROSet/Wireless Software to manage Intel® Centrino® wireless products on systems running Microsoft Windows 7. The new Intel PROSet/Wireless Enterprise Software features the familiar IT Administrator Toolkit and User interface while adding Adapter Switching, a new Profile Migration Tool and Reset PROSet.

As a company reliant on innovation, we believe that kids can make miracles if their natural curiosity is nurtured and stimulated, and we sponsor science competitions so kids can see the possibilities of science – for the future. Over the next few months on Inspire – a community of people who care about education – we will focus on the future of Intel science competition finalists. What are they doing now? Are there lessons in their paths for today’s kids and their parents? Meet a young man who has built a mechanical shark and started a nonprofit at Inspire now.

The Creators Project, a global celebration of creativity and innovation created by Vice and Intel, arrived in Beijing today after traveling the world. Can’t be there? Go to the website to catch much of the action: The event will be held in the 798 Art District – the heart of the Beijing’s growing art and culture center. Since launching in May, the project has traveled to New York, London, Sao Paolo and Seoul, showcasing local and international artists to millions of cultural enthusiasts. In the last four months, The Creators Project has attracted 8 million website visits with 32.8 million video views. Thousands of people are expected to attend the final 2010 three-day event in Beijing, which begins today.

Intel Corporation rose two places on Interbrand’s annual 100 Best Global Brands list, ranking seventh and extending its streak of placing in the Top 10 since the list debuted in 2001. Intel’s brand value of $32 billion is a 4 percent increase over last year. Of Intel’s performance to maintain its place among the world’s elite super brands, Interbrand said the following in its announcement today: “In a year that saw many companies pull back, Intel stayed the course, committing billions of dollars to new and updated manufacturing facilities, which accelerated the rollout of new processors. It looked for ways to expand the business in two directions: moving beyond the PC and server markets [by] launching chips for everything from mobile phones to smart TVs, and creating ways to help its partners improve their businesses via an app store and the creation of an applications developer program.”

Intel, Cakewalk and banded together to maestro the "Superstars" Songwriting competition. Five winners have been announced in each of the Rock, Pop and Country genres which were judged by fans of Intel's Facebook page. The winners will receive a variety of prizes including Intel® Core™-processor based computers and the opportunity for the $10,000 Grand Prize that will be presented in January 2011. The next phase of the competition runs through October 31 and will feature Latin, Urban and Singer/Songwriter submissions.


  • Intel CTO Justin Rattner named rich, context-driven user experience with technology as the future of computing.
  • Rattner discussed a new generation of devices that are expected to shape the next era of personal technology.
  • While developing new ways of sensing, gathering and sharing contextual data, Intel is even more focused on ensuring privacy and security.



INTEL DEVELOPER FORUM, San Francisco, Sept. 15, 2010 – The future of computing lies in rich, context-driven user experiences, Intel Vice President, Director of Intel Labs and Intel Chief Technology Officer and Senior Fellow Justin Rattner told his keynote audience today at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco.


Rattner described how context awareness is poised to fundamentally change the nature of how we interact with and relate to information devices and the services they provide. With computing devices having increased processing power, improved connectivity and innovative sensing capabilities, Intel researchers are focused on delivering new “context-aware” user experiences. “Context-aware” devices will anticipate your needs, advise you, and guide you through your day in a manner more akin to a personal assistant than a traditional computer.   “Context aware” computing, via a combination of hard and soft sensors, will open up new opportunities for developers to create the next generation of products on Intel platforms.


Context: The Foundation for Future Experience-Driven Design
Rattner said “context aware” computing is fundamentally different than the simple kinds of sensor-based applications we see today.


“My GPS coordinates and compass heading don’t tell my smartphone all that much about me,” said Rattner. “Imagine a device that uses a variety of sensory modalities to determine what you are doing at an instant, from being asleep in your bed to being out for a run with a friend. By combing hard sensor information such as where you are and the conditions around you combined with soft sensors such as your calendar, your social network and past preferences, future devices will constantly learn about who you are, how you live, work and play. As your devices learn about your life, they can begin to anticipate your needs. Imagine your PC advising you leave the house 10 minutes early for your next appointment due to a traffic tie-up on your way to work. Consider a “context aware” remote control that instantly determines who is holding it and automatically selects the Smart TV preferences for that person. All this may sound like science fiction, but this is the promise of “context-aware” computing and we can already demonstrate much of it in the lab.”


To provide an example, Rattner was joined onstage by Tim Jarrell, vice president and publisher of Fodor’s Travel. Jarrell showed Fodor’s experimental Personal Vacation Assistant running on a mobile Internet device and designed in conjunction with Intel. The PVA uses a variety of context sources such as personal travel preferences, previous activities, current location and calendar information to provide real-time travel recommendations to vacationers. The PVA can even generate, at the user’s request, a travel blog with annotated photos and videos visited during the trip.


Rattner also showed the Socially ENabled Services (SENS) research project that provides the ability to sense and understand your real-time activities and, if you choose to do so, share that knowledge “live and direct” to networked friends and family through animated avatars on whatever screen, be it PC, smartphone, or TV, is handy.


“While we’re developing all of these new ways of sensing, gathering and sharing contextual data, we are even more focused on ensuring privacy and security as billions of devices get connected and become much smarter.” Rattner said. “Our vision is to enable devices to generate and use contextual information for a greatly enhanced user experience while ensuring the safety and privacy of an individual’s personal information. Underlying this new level of security are several forthcoming Intel hardware-enabled techniques that dramatically improve the ability of all computing devices to defend against possible attacks.”


Making context work
Designing compelling user experiences requires deep knowledge and understanding of consumer behavior and preferences. Genevieve Bell, Intel Fellow and head of Interaction & Experience Research at Intel Labs, joined Rattner onstage to talk about the fundamentals of experience design.


“Our goal is to develop experiences that people love,” Bell said. “Randomly applying context can easily result in a negative experience. The key to making context work is people-centered design, and for us, that begins with working out what people love.”


At the end of his keynote, Rattner presented the ultimate example of sensing – a human brain-computer interface. Through the Human Brain project, Intel’s aim is to enable people to one day use their thoughts to directly interact with computers and mobile devices. In a joint project with Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh, Intel Labs is investigating what can be inferred about a person's cognitive state from their pattern of neural activity.



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Developers Can Reach Millions of Consumers and Generate Revenue through Intel AppUp center



SAN JOSE, Calif. — September 14, 2010 — Adobe Systems Incorporated (Nasdaq: ADBE) and Intel Corporation (Nasdaq: INTC) today announced plans to enable developers to distribute and monetize Adobe® AIR® applications and games via Intel® AppUpSM center storefronts, the first non-Adobe app store supported by Melrose. Using Adobe’s new application distribution platform beta, code-named “Melrose,” developers and publishers can sell and distribute AIR applications to potentially millions of users while monitoring sales and downloads. Available today, the beta of Melrose provides a portal for developers and publishers to distribute their applications through multiple distribution channels.


Better service to individual consumers with Melrose and AppUp

  • The Intel AppUp center was released as a public beta in January 2010. AppUp currently targets netbooks and consumer laptops, with plans to extend AppUp support to additional devices. The combination of Melrose and AppUp means developers can better serve individual consumers across multiple devices. With Melrose, developers can incorporate licensing capabilities directly into their applications through a free software development kit (SDK). This SDK enables payment as well as usage data to help developers measure their success. Using Melrose, developers can publish applications and choose target stores, set pricing and view store analytics. More information about Adobe’s Melrose licensing SDK and portal can be found on Adobe Labs. Melrose is expected to ship in Q4 2010.


Building and managing relationships with consumers and AppUp center stores with IADP

  • The Intel AppUp Developer Program (IADP) was launched at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in 2009 and gives developers and ISVs the tools, SDKs, and community they need to deliver great applications via AppUp stores directly to consumers.  With IADP, Intel is focusing on developers, and not just their applications, helping developers and publishers build and manage relationships with consumers and AppUp center stores.


Using an integrated and ubiquitous platform for creating applications, content, and video that run across devices

  • Adobe AIR enables developers to use HTML, JavaScript, Adobe Flash® Platform tools and ActionScript® to build web applications that run as standalone client applications without the constraints of a browser. AIR is a key component of the Adobe Flash Platform, the leading design and development platform for creating expressive applications, content, and video that run consistently across operating systems and devices and reach more than 98 percent of Internet-enabled desktops and a growing number of devices. For more information about the Adobe Flash Platform visit



  • Christos Georgiopoulos, general manager, Developer Relations Division, Software and Services Group, Intel Corporation
    “Many developers crave a middle ground between the openness of web-centric computing and the tight integration found on restricted or closed devices without permissions to develop or precious time lost testing on hundreds of slightly differing devices. That’s why we built AppUp. The strategic relationship between Intel and Adobe aims to delight developers by aligning one of the world’s largest non-fragmented developer platforms with one of the world’s largest consistent hardware platforms to bring consumers great experiences via ‘client centric’ software.”
  • Ricky Liversidge, vice president of product marketing, Creative and Interactive Solutions business unit at Adobe
    “Adobe is committed to providing developers with an easy path to bring their cross platform applications to market, expand their customer base, and generate revenue. With Adobe and Intel doing the heavy lifting behind the scenes, AIR developers can use Melrose and the Intel AppUp center to reach millions of consumers using netbooks and future devices powered by Intel Atom processors.”
  • Doug Galen, senior vice president, business & corporate development at Shutterfly
    “Shutterfly is focused on developing innovative solutions that connect consumers with their photos in compelling ways, regardless of where they are stored. We're excited to take the best of Shutterfly and through the creation of simple, powerful applications, extend our service onto the Melrose platform and across the growing multitude of devices where consumers can enjoy and interact with their favorite images in new and creative ways.”
  • Evan Schwartz, CEO and co-founder of Thumbplay
    “Thumbplay Music is a cloud-based service that provides unlimited, on-demand access to more than 10 million songs through our Adobe AIR desktop application, through all major smartphone platforms, and soon, connected TVs and other CE-based devices. Using Melrose, we’re able to put our music in front of millions of fans; and millions of fans can use our AIR application to build their cloud-based music collection, listen to music and sync with their smartphone for total portability.”
  • John Wu, developer of Party Booth
    “The cost of putting on a wedding can get out of hand fast.  So when I got married, I created Party Booth, a cross-platform, on-demand interactive photo application to simulate a classic photo booth environment at a fraction the cost of renting an expensive photo kiosk for on-site events. With the help of Melrose, I could develop and market my now-professional-level AIR application to millions of users through the Adobe AIR Marketplace and the Intel AppUp Store.”


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More than $1 Million Given to Innovative Math/Science Schools in Intel Schools of Distinction Awards



  • The awards for the Intel Schools of Distinction were announced today in Washington, D.C., recognizing top science and math schools in the nation.
  • Chicago’s Walter Payton College Prep took top prize; winners also from Kansas, Louisiana, Massachusetts, New York and Virginia.
  • Cash and award packages included curriculum materials, professional development resources, hardware and software from sponsors.



WASHINGTON, D.C., Sept. 14, 2010 – Walter Payton College Prep, a Chicago high school with a student body representing youth from more than 100 elementary schools around the city, took home the top award in the Intel Schools of Distinction contest tonight in Washington, D.C.


Other schools winning big include Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology (Alexandria, Va); Roxbury Preparatory Charter School (Roxbury, Mass.); Westdale Heights Academic Magnet School (Baton Rouge, La.); M.S. 223 The Laboratory School of Finance and Technology (Bronx, N.Y.); and West Elementary (Wamego, Kan.).


Intel’s education quest is to prepare tomorrow’s innovators, and the six schools honored do just that in the areas of innovative math and/or science programs. In recognition of and support for their efforts, each school won an estimated $160,000 in a combination of cash grants from the Intel Foundation and an award package including curriculum materials, professional development resources, hardware and software from program sponsors including Blackboard Collaborate, BrainwareSafari, Dell, DyKnow, I-CAN, SAS, Scantron, SMART Technologies and Tabula Digita.


"The critical knowledge base provided by math and science education is the foundation for innovation," said Shelly Esque, vice president of Intel's Corporate Affairs Group. "These schools imbue a deep passion for math and science in the next generation, a critical requirement for America to remain competitive in the global economy."


The Walter Payton College Preparatory High School based in Chicago took home the Star Innovator Award, which brings an additional $15,000 from the Intel Foundation, for a total of $175,000 in cash and prizes. Payton is a citywide magnet school that serves a diverse student body and focuses on mathematics, science and world languages. Math teachers participate in lesson study and are highly engaged in collaborative processes. All courses include measurement, data analysis and modeling activities, using the same digital lab instruments used in science classes. The school schedule includes block lessons once a week and innovative, co-curricular seminars throughout the semester to engage students in the study of advanced or unusual topics.


More than a quarter of students take five or more math courses before graduation, opting for AP Statistics and university-level electives. More than 99 percent of Payton students meet or exceed state math standards. Additionally, Payton students have a 98 percent graduation rate and excel in academic competitions. The school also has an excellent record for helping students qualify for AP courses and pass AP tests.


Twelve finalists were selected from 149 applications. The 2010 finalists were from Florida, Kansas, Texas, New York, California, Illinois, North Carolina, Virginia, Louisiana, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Ohio.  For more detailed information visit


Over the past decade alone, Intel has invested more than $1 billion, and its employees have donated more than 3 million hours toward improving education in 50 countries. To learn more, visit and the To join Intel's community of people sharing their education stories, visit


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What can survive a fall from a desk plus half a box of juice, fend off fungi and bacteria and still have the energy to keep working for 8+ hours? Meet the latest Intel-powered clamshell classmate PC, unveiled today at the Intel Developer Forum. It features increased ruggedness, longer battery life, improved water resistance and additional anti-microbial protection. The new design helps protect students from germs and offers enhanced protection against accidental drops (up to 70cm) or liquid spills (up to 100cc). Part of the Intel Learning Series, the classmate PC provides classrooms around the world with a wide selection of purpose-built solutions for education tailored to meet their needs. Visit the Intel-powered classmate PC press kit for more information.

Kapil Wadhera has been appointed general manager of Intel’s Emerging Markets Platforms Group. Previously, he served as director of platform marketing for the group. He will be responsible for leading the research, definition, development and marketing of technology platforms specifically designed for emerging markets. Read more here. Congratulations, Kapil!

Intel announced the general release of its first netbook application store for consumers today at IDF, including both free and paid apps for entertainment, social networking, gaming and productivity. The Intel® AppUpSM center heightens the user experience with applications optimized for the mobility and screen size of netbooks. To encourage consumers to discover new applications, the Intel AppUp Center features a free 24-hour “try before you buy” period for all paid applications. To download a copy of the Intel AppUp center today, visit

Today, Intel launched the Intel® Atom™ processor E600 series. Formerly codenamed “Tunnel Creek,” this Atom processor-based SoC integrates additional capabilities onto the chip and features an open interconnect for added flexibility. The SoC’s flexibility will make it easier to design and customize design possibilities and is ideal for applications such as in-car infotainment systems, internet phones and smart grid devices. Intel also disclosed “Stellarton,” a new configurable Intel Atom E600-based processor paired with an Altera FPGA in a multi-chip package, which provides additional flexibility for developers who want to incorporate proprietary I/O or acceleration. Learn more on the IDF multimedia press kit and see the fact sheet.

Intel will provide a first look today at a searchable catalog containing a myriad of software applications that take advantage of the capabilities of Intel Core vPro processors from hundreds of software vendors.  The demonstration, scheduled for 11 a.m. tomorrow, at the vPro Zone, at Intel Developer Forum, will showcase the key component of the upcoming Intel vPro Activation 101 Resource Site.


  • Intel® AppUpSM center for netbooks now generally available, with new Adobe AIR applications, Microsoft Silverlight, and support from Asus, Best Buy, Croma and Dixons.
  • New Intel® Atom™ E600 SoC series creates amazing developer flexibility for markets such as car entertainment, Internet phones, and smart grid devices.
  • Intel also outlines forthcoming Intel® Atom™ processor CE4200, the next-generation CE SoC that enables 3-D-TV video, “sync-and-go,” and power-saving capabilities for smart TV experience.



INTEL DEVELOPER FORUM, San Francisco, Sept. 14, 2010 – During keynote presentations today at the Intel Developer Forum, Intel Corporation executives outlined several software- and hardware-related efforts as the company intensifies its System-on-a-Chip (SoC) product plans based on the Intel® Atom™ processor family.


Amid predictions of billions of additional Internet-connected devices going online, Renée James, senior vice president and general manager, Intel Software and Services Group, and Doug Davis, vice president and general manager, Embedded and Communications Group, discussed the expansion of these processors into high-growth areas including netbooks, tablets, CE, embedded, and smart phones.


James: The Best Experiences Are Created on Intel Architecture
During her keynote at Moscone Center West in San Francisco, James outlined how tightly integrated and optimized software and platforms will deliver new levels of performance, along with fresh capabilities and the importance of creating an innovative experience across the personal computing continuum – from PCs to smart phones to tablets and cars, as well as any number of Internet-connected consumer devices.


Emphasizing a seamless experience across operating systems, James introduced general availability of the Intel® AppUpSM center netbook app store for consumers. The Intel AppUp center includes both free and paid apps for entertainment, social networking, gaming and productivity, optimized for a netbook’s mobility and screen size. To encourage consumers to try new applications, Intel AppUp provides “try before you buy” solutions, encouraging consumers to purchase apps they otherwise might not have. The launch was also marked by the availability of Adobe* AIR applications, as well as apps from companies including Accuweather*, Barnes & Noble*, Funkitron*, Gibson Guitars*, iWin*, Kaplan*, KONAMI*, and Lifetime*.


In an effort to reach netbook owners worldwide, James announced agreements with Best Buy*, UK-based Dixons* and India-based Croma* to outfit each retailer with the Intel AppUp center – pre-installed on netbooks the stores sell, as well as available for current netbook owners to download online. Similarly, James announced plans from ASUS* to ship its version of the Intel AppUp center on netbooks, the “asus app store,” starting in October.


During her keynote, James highlighted the Intel AppUp Developer Program, designed to drive innovative applications for end users and new revenue opportunities for independent developers and software vendors with programs such as the Intel Million Dollar Development fund. Rick Vanner from The Game Creators was recognized as winner of the “Most Innovative Application” in the Intel Atom Developer Challenge for his game titled, “Goals.” James also introduced the “On Intel AppUp” ISV identifier, designed to help developers promote their applications on Intel AppUp center.

James acknowledged seamless experiences are only part of the equation. Open operating systems – such as Intel and Nokia’s* MeeGo*, hosted by the Linux Foundation – allow developers to create, invent and innovate. Pointing to contributions from industry leaders, James discussed MeeGo ecosystem momentum, highlighting a variety of MeeGo-based devices and how third-party software developments and the upcoming MeeGo Web runtime, to be released in October, will make it easier to write applications for these devices. Internet TV pioneer Amino* also joined James onstage to demonstrate how the company is taking advantage of the flexibility and openness of MeeGo to deliver an innovative MeeGo-based smart TV solution.



Davis: Smart, Connected, Transformed Experiences

Discussing the important role the Intel Atom brand plays in delivering intelligent computing to connected devices everywhere, Davis outlined the complete Intel Atom processor line and how the company is delivering solutions based on Intel® architecture beyond the PC. Davis also emphasized how Intel Atom processor-based solutions can provide the ideal platform for Internet connectivity, intelligence, and ease of design with customer port of choice.


During his keynote, Davis launched “Tunnel Creek,” a new Intel® Atom™ E600 SoC processor series developed specifically for embedded applications such as in-vehicle infotainment systems for cars, smart grid devices and IP media phones. The SoC integrates additional capabilities onto the chip and features an open interconnect for added flexibility.  Making it easier to design and customize with these new products, Vendors including OKI Semiconductor*, Realtek Semiconductor* and STMicroelectronics* will offer interconnect chipsets, and other companion silicon offerings from Dialog Semiconductor*and ROHM Co.* will regulate voltages and synchronize clocks, according to Davis.


Davis went on to unveil details of an upcoming new configurable Atom processor, codenamed “Stellarton.” The  processor consists of the Atom E600 processor paired with an Altera* FPGA on a multi-chip package; which provides additional flexibility for customers who want to incorporate proprietary I/O or acceleration and enabling developers to differentiate their designs by reacting quickly to changing requirements

Davis also introduced the Intel® Atom™ processor CE4200, formerly codenamed “Groveland,” which is designed to help seamlessly integrate the Internet experience with TV.


The SoC includes 3-D support, H.264 high-definition encoding capability for usage models such as “sync-and-go” between networked consumer electronics and portable devices, and multiple input stream support to enable the design of cost-effective home gateway appliances. To help address regulatory requirements, the SoC features smart power management capabilities that automatically help to turn off parts of the chip when not in use. A software development kit and familiar tools for integrating applications is also available which OEMs can re-use across products, cutting development time. Davis announced ADB*, Samsung*, Sagemcom* and Technicolor* plan to build set-top boxes based on the new SoC.


Microsoft*, Dell* and Visteon* joined Davis on stage during his keynote. Microsoft announced they have ported Windows* Embedded Standard 7 and Windows Media Center on Intel architecture and demonstrated prototype devices from Acer* and ASUS. Dell previewed their upcoming Intel Atom processor-based Dell convertible mobile device, expected to be available later this year. Visteon demonstrated the use of the E600 series processor in a next-generation automotive infotainment platform. Davis also highlighted mobility products based on the upcoming Intel SoC, codenamed “Oak Trail.” Touting Intel’s port of choice message, mobile device demonstrations included an ExoPC* running Microsoft Windows Embedded Standard 7, a WeTab* running MeeGo* and a Cisco Cius* running Android*.



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  • Four new Intel Capital investments total approximately $30 million.
  • Investments include cleantech, cloud computing and semiconductor manufacturing sectors.
  • Intel Capital continues its commitment to fostering technological innovation in America.



SANTA CLARA, Calif., Sept. 14, 2010 – Intel Capital, Intel Corporation’s global investment organization, today continued its strong commitment to fostering entrepreneurship in the United States with the announcement of four investments totaling over $30 million.


The deals include Moab® unified automation intelligence technology provider Adaptive Computing; analog IC physical design software developer Ciranova; cloud computing infrastructure and services provider Joyent; and energy software and services provider Nexant.


“A culture of investment is essential to keeping the U.S. on the leading edge of technology innovation and stimulating economic activity,” said Arvind Sodhani, president of Intel Capital and Intel executive vice president. “The investments in Adaptive Computing, Ciranova, Joyent and Nexant are the latest examples of Intel Capital’s commitment to advance the next technological breakthroughs by supporting innovation across a variety of sectors from chip design to cleantech to the cloud.”


Details on the new investments follow:
Adaptive Computing (Provo, Utah) provides intelligent automation software for high- performance computing (HPC), data center and cloud environments. Adaptive Computing’s solutions, powered by Moab, deliver intelligent governance that allows customers to optimally consolidate and virtualize resources, allocate and manage applications, improve service levels, and reduce operational costs. Adaptive Computing products manage the world’s largest computing installations and are the preferred intelligent automation solutions for the leading global cloud, HPC and data center vendors. Intel Capital’s investment will be used to expand Adaptive Computing's global cloud computing business.


Ciranova’s (Santa Clara, Calif.) electronic design software helps engineers implement “mixed analog-digital” integrated circuits in advanced semiconductor processes. The company’s products are used by semiconductor companies developing large-scale system-on-chip (SoC) ICs for consumer and communications devices such as mobile internet, broadband access, and high definition multimedia; they enable engineers to quickly integrate premium functions such as WiFi, Bluetooth and WiMAX into their chips. Intel Capital’s investment will be used primarily to expand the company’s sales and customer support operations.


Since 2004, Joyent, Inc. (Sausalito, Calif.) has provided infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) and platform-as-a-service (PaaS), delivering billions of page views each month for thousands of customers worldwide. Serving a network of service providers and thousands of customers with its Smart Technologies, Joyent is the only company that runs a major public cloud infrastructure, builds the technologies that power that infrastructure, and uses those technologies to enable multiple third-party public, private and hybrid clouds. Intel Capital’s investment will enable Joyent to expand international operations and invest in open-source Node.JS and other technologies in the company’s core PaaS cloud offering. This is Intel Capital’s second investment in the company.


Nexant, Inc. (San Francisco) provides intelligent grid software and clean energy solutions that advance electric power grid and alternative energy technologies and services. Nexant solutions span the entire energy value chain – from production to consumption. The company’s energy software and services are used by Fortune 500 companies, utilities, transmission and distribution system operators, chemical and petroleum majors, financial institutions, government agencies and development banks. With the ever-increasing energy consumed in data centers worldwide, Intel Capital’s investment will be used to expand Nexant’s software and services presence in IT and data center efficiency.


The funding for all four investments comes from the $200 million Intel Capital Invest in America Technology Fund. Announced in February, the fund invests in U.S.-based growth-oriented industries to foster sustained economic development and to anchor the nation's competitiveness on the global stage. It is part of a $3.5 billion initiative led by Intel and supported by many leading venture capital firms and corporations to support U.S. technology investment and to increase the hiring of recent college graduates.


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When you think about Intel, your first thoughts may steer towards processors, the Intel bong or Jeffrey the Robot. But yesterday, at the annual pre-IDF research press event, Intel researchers aimed to show another side - a growing side - of Intel that is focused on delivering the amazing and engaging user experiences of the future. See Intel Lab's Brian McCarthy blog and see more from IDF.

Raytracing is a technique used to generate real time 3-D images with stunning quality. It helps to deliver reflections and refractions not achievable through traditional rendering approaches. Intel researchers from Intel Labs in Santa Clara were able to get the game Wolfenstein raytraced on the notebook! See the magic and the video.

Softex has introduced SecureDrive, which works with Intel Core vPro processors to manage the growing number of self-encrypting hard drives in PCs, a rapidly growing alternative to software-based encryption. For those at Intel IDF 2010, take Softex SecureDrive for a spin in booth # 675 in the Intel® vPro™ Technology Community.

Actor, producer, and director LeVar Burton goes on a search for the next Big Thing in TV at the Intel Developer Forum this week, but as he shows us, it isn’t easy.  Follow LeVar’s quest on Twitter using #smarttv.


  • Otellini described how the spread of smarter, Internet-connected devices presents engineering challenges and opportunities for the industry.
  • Intel is extending its chip design, manufacturing techniques and software expertise to offer more complete hardware and software platforms and related services for new market segments.
  • Innovative technologies and concepts demonstrate Intel’s leading computing architecture delivering a consistent, interoperable Internet experience across a range of devices.
  • Smart TV-enabling products to become available this Fall from D-Link*, Google*, Logitech*, Sony* and Telecom Italia*.



SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 13, 2010 – Intel Corporation’s CEO Paul Otellini today highlighted several trends and technologies that have created a “new marketplace for pervasive computing” that poses engineering challenges that are also opportunities for the high-tech industry.



These trends include the proliferation of billions of smarter, Internet-connected devices that include PCs, phones and cars; and how individuals want to seamlessly move between devices to connect with friends, get information and be entertained. Otellini said people “will choose the device that provides the best experience for any given intended use and that no one device will win.”


Intel is positioning itself to advance – and benefit from – this transformation in the computing marketplace. The company is extending its chip design, manufacturing techniques and software expertise to offer more complete hardware and software platforms and related services that deliver energy-efficient performance, security and Internet connectivity across a large, dynamic range of devices. The company is developing products that span high performance PCs and servers to a broad range of other “smart” devices that currently or soon will connect to the Internet.


“Computing has become an indispensible part of our daily lives,” Otellini said in a tone-setting speech to open the company’s semi-annual Intel Developer Forum. “Our vision is to create a continuum of personal computing experiences that provides consistency and interoperability across all Internet-connected devices in the home, car, office or in your pocket.


“At the heart of this continuum will sit Intel technology that will make devices smarter, more powerful and more useful,” he added. “We’re changing how we develop and deliver solutions so we can deliver on this vision.”


Intel has made limited investments beyond the PC in recent years. However, it has made nearly $10 billion in acquisitions over the last year – starting with Wind River – to help the company extend its capabilities. Otellini said Intel’s recently announced, planned acquisitions of Infineon’s* Wireless Solutions Business and McAfee Inc.* will enhance the company’s ability to deliver products that offer a choice of wireless connections, and more effectively counter the increasingly sophisticated security attacks happening on a broad range of Internet-connected devices. The planned purchase of Texas Instruments’* cable modem business will add to Intel’s ability to deliver Internet services to consumer electronics devices.


Intel’s CEO also described how the benefits of Moore’s Law and Intel’s leading-edge transistor technology are being applied to different computing segments for increasingly capable and energy-efficient processors. The company’s unique High-k metal gate transistor technology enables 10 times less power leakage from generation to generation while continuing to improve performance.


“There’s tremendous innovation happening for PCs today,” Otellini said, citing several examples including the upcoming 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ processor family, Intel® Wireless Display technology, and manageability technology for business PCs. “I’m excited about Intel’s prospects for bringing its rich history of computing expertise to other markets.”


The Intel® Core™ processor, Intel® Atom™ processor and Intel software tools are playing a role transforming data centers, the Internet “cloud” and other areas that are being transformed by the proliferation of smarter, Internet-connected devices. Otellini highlighted Intel’s progress in these areas. He also demonstrated several technologies that showed Intel’s leading computing architecture delivering a consistent and interoperable Internet experience across multiple devices.


“We’re excited by how the TV industry is making a transition from having just a few Internet-based services to a truly integrated Internet experience,” Otellini said. “We call this new category smart TV, and products are beginning to take off around the world.”


Otellini showed two smart TV-enabling products powered by the Intel® Atom™ processor CE4100 and Google* TV that will come out this Fall. The Sony Internet TV and the Logitech Revue* add-in box seamlessly combine access to the Internet with the TV viewing experience through the combination of Intel processors and the Google TV Android* platform. D-Link*, Telecom Italia* and several other companies are also expected to launch Intel® Atom™ processor CE4100-based devices soon.


Intel’s success in the embedded processor area is continuing with design wins for Intel Core and Intel Atom processors in more than 30 market segments that include cars, home energy management and digital signage. There currently are more than 3,800 embedded customer engagements for the Intel® Atom™ processor.


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  • Intel detailed several new and improved features for its upcoming 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ processor family for laptops and PCs. This will be Intel's latest processor, with a rich visual experience built-in.
  • Expected to be in production later this year with new laptops and PCs available starting in early 2011.
  • Chips will further expand Intel's battery life and performance leadership.
  • First public demonstrations of Intel's next-generation Xeon™ server platforms, for both dual and multi-processing servers.



SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 13, 2010 - Intel Corporation revealed today several significant design features for the company's 2011 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ processor family at the Intel Developer Forum. The new and enhanced features will further extend Intel's chip performance and battery life leadership, and add a number of visually related features built right into the chips.


Codenamed "Sandy Bridge," the chips will be based on Intel's first new "visibly smart" microarchitecture produced on the company's cutting-edge manufacturing factories, or "fabs," at 32-nanometer (nm is a billionth of a meter) process technology with second- generation high-k metal gate transistors.


"The way people and businesses are using computers is evolving at an explosive rate, fueling demand for an even more powerful and visually appealing experience," said Dadi Perlmutter, executive vice president and general manager of the Intel Architecture Group. "Our upcoming 2nd Generation Intel Core processor family represents the biggest advance in computing performance and capabilities over any previous generation. In addition to offering these features inside Intel-based laptops, we plan to scale these advances across our server data center and embedded computing product portfolio."


The processor family will include a new "ring" architecture that allows the built-in processor graphics engine to share resources such as cache, or a memory reservoir, with the processor's core to increase a device's computing and graphics performance while maintaining energy efficiency.


The 2nd Generation Intel Core processor also includes an enhanced version of Intel® Turbo Boost Technology. This feature automatically shifts or reallocates processor cores and processor graphics resources to accelerate performance, tailoring a workload to give users an immediate performance boost when needed.


Laptops and PCs powered by the 2nd Generation Intel Core processor family are expected to be available early next year.


New Visual Experience - Visibly Smart

Intel's new processor graphics delivers enhanced visual features focused on the areas where most users are computing today:  HD video, 3-D, mainstream gaming, multi-tasking and online socializing and multimedia.


To obtain and view video faster, Perlmutter demonstrated hardware accelerated video editing using the architecture's dedicated silicon for media processing, which allows users to quickly convert video to other formats.


The 2011 chips also come with Intel Advanced Vector Extensions (AVX). AVX delivers improved performance, rich functionality and the ability to better manage, rearrange and sort data. A new 256-bit instruction set accelerates floating point intensive applications such as digital photo editing and content creation.


Intel also demonstrated a dual processor, next-generation Intel® Xeon® processor server running Vidyo* video conferencing software that utilizes the 32 threads available on the system, and takes advantage of the AES New Instructions set (AESNI). Next-generation Xeon™ processors for 2 socket servers and workstations run 8 cores and 16 threads per processor and are on schedule for production in the second half of 2011.


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Already hitting the books and back into the swing of things at school? But is your technology keeping up with you in the classroom? Intel takes you Back to School this year, and shows off the latest systems powered by the Intel® Core™ family of processors. Whether you’re a parent looking to give your middle-school student a leg up in all subjects, or a college junior looking for an updated system to tote around campus, Intel has something for you.


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Intel is offering assistance to Cisco ACE XML Gateway customers following the end-of-life product announcement last month. Intel introduced a no-risk migration plan to Intel® SOA Expressway including preferential pricing and a complimentary migration assessment. Intel SOA Expressway is a network appliance xml gateway that firewalls, authenticates, authorizes and governs REST and web service interactions as users consume or deploy applications across a dynamic security perimeter. Available in multiple forms, including a hardened SOA appliance with optional FIPS 140-3 hardware security module, Intel SOA Expressway is self-load balancing and multicore-optimized for fast wire speed performance.  For more information, visit

For the 12th year in a row, Intel was named to the Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes (DJSI), the distinguished global indexes that track the economic, environmental and social performance of leading companies. Gordon Moore instilled a legacy of sustainability and consciousness at Intel that continues today so the company takes great pride in its inclusion in the DJSI. Learn more on why Intel cares so much about this designation.

Do you use technology to build relationships? Intel Social Scientist Kathi Kitner does, and apparently so do women all over the world. In the latest guest post from Intel Scoop’s  series of articles on stress and technology, Kathi discusses how she and other women use technology to “tend and befriend” – a phrase used to describe women’s tendency to “tend” (care for others) and “befriend” (connect with others) – when stress levels increase. Read the Kathi’s post at

An update of the Intel® Solid-State Drive Toolbox is now available for Intel SSD users. New features include a System Configuration Tuner to help users configure their system for optimal SSD performance, power efficiency and endurance. The toolbox is a free, downloadable utility that helps manage the health of your Intel SSD. Download it at: Check out the full multimedia press kit at

WHEN:Sept. 13-15, 2010
WHERE:Moscone Center West, San Francisco

In its 13th year, the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) is where Intel Corporation and high-tech industry executives, designers and engineers come together to share their latest innovations and vision for the future of technology. Spanning the hardware and software worlds of wireless mobility, home, enterprise and future technology and research, IDF will focus on Intel’s directions for the next year and beyond.  Guided by the theme, “The Future Saved a Seat for You,” the event will unveil Intel’s plans for its Intel® Core™, Atom™ and Xeon® processor families, and the software and platforms around each.


A strong keynote slate featuring Intel executives is one source for insights and inspiration. Keynoters are:


Day 1

  • Opening keynote with Paul Otellini, president and CEO.
  • “Performance Computing: Making the Extraordinary Ordinary” with David Perlmutter, executive vice president and general manager, Intel Architecture Group.

Day 2

  • “Creating the Experience Continuum on Intel® Architecture” with Renee James, vice president and general manager, Software and Solutions Group.
  • “Smart, Connected, Transformational – Fueling the Continuum of Computing with the Intel® Atom™ Processor” with Doug Davis, general manager, Embedded and Communications Group.

Day 3

  • “Context: How it Will Really Change Everything” with Justin Rattner, vice president and director, Intel Labs, and chief technology officer and Intel Senior Fellow




Exhibition: More than 150 leading companies from around the world will have hands-on demonstrations of their newest innovations and future technologies at the IDF Industry Technology Showcase.


Networking: IDF offers media and analysts indispensable opportunities to speak one-to-one with Intel managers and engineers whose work will impact the direction of future technologies. Hot Topic Q&As, lecture sessions, hands- on labs and many other opportunities will enable you to have your technical questions answered by Intel Fellows and Intel industry experts in an informal setting.


More than 5,000 attendees expected from around the world.


Media/analyst contact: Nisha Deo, Intel Press Relations,


Today, phones are getting smarter and apps are exploding in growth.  There are even plans for 3-D holographic screen interfaces.  But what might the future home phone look like do for us? What kind of software or apps do you think it should have?  Submit ideas here: The winner will be invited to Intel’s AZ campus to serve as an honorary VP of R&D, receive a new notebook and development software, and have the opportunity to develop their idea with Intel engineers.

Has technology become akin to a baby’s pacifier in relieving stress? Intel anthropologist Ken Anderson explores this connection and shares his research in the latest of a series of articles on the Intel Inside Scoop about the relationships between technology and stress. Follow and join the discussion on

Today, Intel introduced Intel® Parallel Studio 2011, an updated development tool suite that makes it easier for software developers to improve the performance and reliability of serial and parallel applications by leveraging the advantages of the latest multicore processors. This release adds Intel® Parallel Building Blocks, a new set of parallel models that offer new ways to exploit parallelism. Intel® Parallel Advisor, a powerful threading assistant, helps developers transition from code from serial to parallel and numerous other enhancements including full support for the Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 development environment.

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