Intel to focus on convergence and wireless market

DQC Bureau
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Intel announced its plans to introduce convergence products and solutions in

India, at the Intel developer forum (IDF). These new entrants include  technologies like HyperThreading, Centrino mobile, LaGrande for security and

Vanderpool to improve reliability, flexibility and the overall computing  experience. 


Pat Gelsinger, Senior VP and CTO, Intel Corporation, feels that there is a

tremendous growth opportunity for developers to use converged computing and

communications technologies. "Companies here have the opportunity to lead  the industry

designs and markets converged products to an increasingly  global customer base. India can move ahead in the IT industry by

deploying a  state-of-the-art wireless infrastructure with anytime Internet access,"

remarks he.  

Pat further talked about Intel's silicon wafers, which are built on the

65-nanometer manufacturer process and reveals that the company will  introduce it 2005.  

The IDF will also offer 20 sessions on desktop, mobile, enterprise, software

and solutions, communications and wireless. The company, along with  developers, will host eight technology lab sessions at IDF for attendees to

work onsite, using the latest tools and technologies. Intel executives will

also unveil strategies and the latest technological developments focused on

the convergence of computing and communications.