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Intel Announces Intel Developer Forum, Spring 2001
Date: Thursday January 25, 2001
Category: Web News
Manufacturer Link: Intel
Intel Developer Forum (IDF) is the premier event for hardware and software developers seeking vital technology insight and a competitive advantage.
 

MEDIA ALERT: Intel Announces Intel Developer Forum, Spring 2001; Themed 'Expanding the Power of the Net'

More Than 250 In-Depth Sessions, Hands-On Labs, Keynotes On Tap in Silicon Valley for Hardware, Software Developers

WHAT: Intel Developer Forum (IDF) is the premier event for hardware and software developers seeking vital technology insight and a competitive advantage. Attendees will receive such essential technology information as the latest on Intel® Pentium® 4- and Intel® Itanium™ -based platforms, the new Intel® Internet Exchange Architecture and Intel® Personal Internet Client Architecture.

The theme for IDF, Spring 2001 is "Enabling the Power of the Net." The conference includes more than 250 technical sessions and hands-on labs, plus such highlights as the Demo Showcase and Innovative PC Awards. For more information, including what's new at this IDF, visit http://developer.intel.com/idf.

 

KEYNOTES: Intel President and CEO Craig Barrett will kick off Tuesday with insights on Internet architectures, followed by Paul Otellini, Intel executive vice president, who will discuss leadership platforms. Wednesday -- Ron Smith, Intel vice president and general manager, Wireless Communications and Computing Group; and Pat Gelsinger, Intel vice president and chief technology officer, Intel Architecture Group; Thursday -- Louis Burns, vice president, Intel Architecture Group and general manager, Desktop Platforms Group; and Mike Fister, vice president and general manager, Enterprise Platforms Group.

 

WHEN: Feb. 26 - March 1, 2001

 

WHERE: San Jose Convention Center, San Jose, Calif.

 

WHO ATTENDS: Software and hardware engineers, developers, architects and technical managers who want to be on the forefront of communications, client and server design

 

GENERAL REGISTRATION: Online: http://developer.intel.com/idf
Phone: (888) 397-6205. Outside the United States, (781) 821-6736

 

PRESS/ANALYST REGISTRATION: Online: http://developer.intel.com/idf
Phone: (781) 765-5012

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