In a packed session at IDF 2015 in San Francisco last week, Scott Graham, Micron’s general manager of Hybrid Memory, discussed some of the key themes occurring in the memory landscape from Micron’s perspective. “It’s an exciting time in the industry and there’s a lot going on with memory development in system architecture and software Read more…
Justin Rattner highlights upcoming Intel technology at IDF.
Although 2010 still has a few months left to go, the competition in the x86 server processor arena for 2011 is already setting up to be a knock-down, drag-out fight. Both AMD and Intel are introducing new high-end server chips with revamped microarchitectures next year, and, at the same time, upping the core counts over their previous generation products.
Sandy Bridge architecture will usher in AVX instructions.
Larrabee, Westmere, and “microserver” chips: Intel talks up its future silicon at IDF.
Intel also talks up Gulftown, Jasper, SSDs and 30W quads at IDF.
Westmere chips will get spotlight at Intel Developer Forum.