IDF SF 2008:mobile Internet device - a platform for innovation
July 31, 2008, 11:50 pm
One of the key events of the second day forum IDF in San Francisco was the statement Chandrasehera Anand, chief Vice-President of the corporation Intel, which focused on mobile Internet devices (MID). Chandraseher described the evolution of technology to connect users to the Internet through mobile devices, and also spoke about the trends contributing to its spread, including sotsiumnye network, custom content and services based on location. He explained that mobile Internet devices (Mobile Internet Device, MID) with a processor Intel Atom series Z5xx become platforms for innovation in mobile ecosystems, and showed a number of devices that will come soon appear on the market. In addition, he introduced several partners in the ecosystem, using OS-based platform for the creation of modern Moblin applications for the market segment of mobile Internet devices. He also stressed that the Intel product line for mobile Internet systems will be backed next-generation platform, code-named Moorestown, and announced the first chips early release. is also vice-president of Intel demonstrated a high performance processor Intel Atom, operating at a frequency of 1, 86 GHz and has made the download site World of Warcraft, one of the most demanding sites on the Internet. He also reported that the concentrator Intel System Controller Hub will support high-definition video (1080p, 30 frames per second), and demonstrated the world`s first prototype handheld device equipped with this feature. In its report Chandraseher acquainted with the heads of companies attending Clarion and Panasonic, who reported that their mobile Internet device with a processor Intel Atom soon come to the U. S. market. Mobile Internet navigational system Clarion MiND is the next generation navigational device that allows to determine the coordinates in real time and providing full access to the Internet. The system Toughbook CF-U1 company Panasonic - the first device with a processor Intel Atom and platforms UMPC. Mobile Assistant medical officer (Mobile Clinical Assistant, MCA) company Panasonic on the basis of platform Intel MCA is intended for medical professionals and to improve the productivity of the staff, the extent to which the medical standards, as well as increase the speed of filling stories disease. Anand Chandraseher showed the smallest in the world transformed Fujitsu Lifebook PC with a processor with Intel Atom, which is already sold in Asia and the Pacific, and soon in the U. S. and Japan. Finally, Chandraseher Intel unveiled plans for the manufacture of mobile devices, Internet-based platform, code-named Moorestown, which appears in the 2009/2010 year. Taking into the hands of the plate, he announced that the issuance of the first silicon sample confirms the universality of architecture and used the opportunity to supply mobile Internet devices and data transmission functions of speech.