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Intel Corp.’s forthcoming Intel Developer Forum Fall 2005 will concentrate on disclosing Intel’s visions and roadmaps for 2006 and beyond on multi-core microprocessors, computing platforms as well as wireless communication technology WiMAX.

During the three days of IDF, Intel leaders will share their insights into key strategies for multi-core processors and the platforms they enable, 64-bit computing, WiMAX wireless technology and other next-generation technologies. Intel CEO and President Paul Otellini will kick off the keynote slate on opening day, marking his first keynote since becoming CEO in May.

IDF will feature 120 training sessions and hands-on labs, along with a technology showcase where the latest innovations will be demonstrated by representatives from such communities as digital home, mobility, digital enterprise, technology and research, memory, storage and PCI Express.

Intel Developer Forum to be held August 23-25, 2005, in San Francisco. IDF will consist of three days of vision, learning and collaboration built around the theme, “Multi-core Platforms. Accelerate Your Future.” The event will take place at Moscone Center West.

Gold sponsors to-date are NEC Solutions (Americas), Microsoft and SGI. Silver sponsors so far are Infineon Technologies, Kingston Technology Company, PLX Technologies, Rambus, Samsung and Staktek.

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