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Intel Developer Forum Feb 99

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Once again, Mike Magee represented The Register at Intel's Developer Forum in the heart of a desert. Here is some of the coverage... (For the September 98 IDF, go here) Presentations Merced Solutions Overview IA-64 Architecture Innovations News Stories Microsoft outlines Win64 futures But they'd better sort out beta three first Pictures of the Merced cartridge Exclusive to The Register Merced chieftain outlines futures Verbatim notes from Merced programme manager Intel's Flash presentation Includes some NDA'd material Intel NDA found on floor Some interesting code words in here Lion roars because of Intel chip pricing German distributor takes exception to dual pricing model Intel decks more chips The relentless round of price cuts and the disappeared Intel employee saves UK journalist's life Keeps airways open until paramedics arrive Intel makes The Register sweat IV Photographs of Fab 11 Intel makes The Register sweat III Our tour of Fab 11 Intel makes The Register sweat II Our tour of Fab 11 Intel makes The Register sweat Our tour of Fab 11 in Albuquerque Intel's Fab 11 gets Flash ramp to .18 micron Plans to shrink the SRAM Intel outlines 12-inch futures It already has a development fab up and running Intel anxious about Compaq Alpha threat There's more to this than meets the eye Intel ships Pentium III, slashes PII prices Katmai launched and the price cuts on PIIs start Only real men have fabs According to this keynote, IP is bigger than factories Microsoft hissed and booed at Intel event Well, Beta Three is a tad late but we have the date now...Microsoft to ship beta three on 21 April Fifty per cent of original Corollary staff gone This is inevitable Intel explains investment plans We speak to Les Vadasz Eight way Intel SMP systems to arrive in April Compaq will have some tweaked Sabers... Intel, Transmeta, Linus Torvalds in cahoots This emerges from a conversation with Stephen Smith Otellini on Instant Dismissal Pungent thoughts from a senior VP Intel geezer talks in Geyserville It's all to do with trickle treats Merced only slightly undead Our first notes from the Stephen Smith interview Otellini on Willamette It's still on track, honestly Otellini on HP and Merced HP have nothing to do with Merced now Otellini on Alpha This is a bloody business Intel says new PIII socket on way for iMac lookalikes This has got to happen Yu demonstrates 1GHz chip, talks roadmap talk Kryotech assisted, we think... Intel says Direct Rambus delayed And what about PC-133? Otellini teases world with PIII benchmarks Apples with apples? Intel stresses four Ss in style counsel Kicking Pat gets stylish Intel says Linux unstoppable Our lunchtime interview with "Kicking" Pat Gelsinger Intel FlexATX motherboard to use 810 chipset Cunning plans unveiled Intel to push digital video interface More Intel cunning plans i820 Camino pix thrash Cyberspace Happy Cat gets there first Intel says this, Intel says that, Intel says the other....®

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