|WHEN:||August 16—18, 2016|
|WHERE:||Moscone Center West, San Francisco|
|WHAT:||The 2016 Intel Developer Forum (IDF) will bring together leaders who are shaping the future of technology – from developers and technologists to inventors and makers, as well as top industry business executives.
At the annual conference, top executives from Intel and the technology industry will share their vision of the future in key growth areas, including virtual reality, autonomous driving, machine learning and 5G. This year’s show will include the following keynotes:
More than 140 business and technical sessions with industry and Intel experts will also be offered over the three-day event in addition to a showcase featuring demonstrations from more than 200 of the world’s top technology companies.
New this year, the Intel SoC FPGA Developers Forum (ISDF) will be co-located with IDF 2016. On August 18, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich will kick-off ISDF by discussing the importance of FPGAs in enabling the smart and connected world. ISDF, which includes workshops and in-depth technical sessions, is dedicated to the technology and application of SoC FPGAs within the Internet of Things (IoT), data center, cloud computing, networking, industrial, automotive and more.
IDF 2016 will also provide media and analysts with opportunities to speak one-on-one with industry leaders and Intel engineers who are influencing the direction of future technologies.
|ATTENDANCE:||More than 5,000 attendees are expected from around the world.|
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