Page 1:IDF Spring 2006: The Core Of Intel 3.0
Page 2:Intel's Energy Awakening
Page 3:Quad Cores In Multi-Chip Packages By 2007
Page 4:Core To The Rescue
Page 5:Wide Dynamic Execution
Page 6:Advanced Digital Media Boost
Page 7:Advanced Smart Cache
Page 8:Smart Memory Access
Page 9:Memory Disambiguation
Page 10:Intelligent Power Capability
Page 11:The Memory Controller Question
Page 12:There Is More To Save
Page 13:The Server Challenge
Page 14:Mashups To Drive Mobility
Page 15:Robson NAND Flash Or Hybrid Hard Drives?
There Is More To Save
The Core Micro architecture's platform was, of course, a hot topic at IDF. 'Satisfaction per Watt' was one buzz phrase that we often heard at IDF.
In regard to power savings, the platform could centralize power management by, for example, putting the chipset and the memory into a power-saving state, while the graphics chip remains active. Intel will add several digital thermal sensors (DTS) and digital thermometers to the processor cores to facilitate the task.
Virtualization Of I/O Devices: VT-d
Intel's virtualization technology (VT) has just been introduced, but Intel is already talking about the next generation. Virtualized solutions are great for failover solutions, expansion or consolidation. The next generation is called VT-d, which stands for directed I/O.
- IDF Spring 2006: The Core Of Intel 3.0
- Intel's Energy Awakening
- Quad Cores In Multi-Chip Packages By 2007
- Core To The Rescue
- Wide Dynamic Execution
- Advanced Digital Media Boost
- Advanced Smart Cache
- Smart Memory Access
- Memory Disambiguation
- Intelligent Power Capability
- The Memory Controller Question
- There Is More To Save
- The Server Challenge
- Mashups To Drive Mobility
- Robson NAND Flash Or Hybrid Hard Drives?