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IDF Spring 2021: Continued Reporting

From the Intel Developer Forum Spring 2021 held these days from San Jose, California, a report was received from our correspondent Alexander Medvedev aka Unclesam, about the events of the first day. We present it to your attention.
So, the first day of IDF is over. Today there were no announcements – this day is traditionally dedicated to the global strategic aspects of the development of IT technologies and platforms.

Craig Barrett made an opening speech – spoke about the prospects for the development of the industry and new technologies, both in the distant and on the current scale. Special attention has been paid to the concept of scalable content – the same content on any screen without problems, be it your cell phone, laptop or large TV in the room. It is clear that, first of all, this requires uniform standards and scalable platforms.

The hot topics of this IDF can be formulated quite clearly:

  • Intel Centrino is an initiative and in some way a brand (brand) for
    which hides a whole set of components:

    • Pentium 4-M processor (ex Banias)
    • The new 855 family of mobile chipsets
    • WiFi module in Mini PCI form factor
    • Drivers and configuration software
    • And, most importantly, the mandatory certification of laptops and other mobile solutions based on this set for compatibility with WiFi and compliance with other standards, including battery life
  • Prescott and its future server cousins ​​- Nocona (1 MB cache, dual configurations) and Potomac (4 MB! cache and multiprocessor configurations), made using 90 nm technology
  • Manitoba’s single-chip all-in-one solution for phones and communicators, containing not only the XScale core and DSP (including the GPRS wireless part) on one chip, but 4 MB of flash memory. So far, only Intel can offer such a platform, and with broad support for developers, including reference design and development software
  • Itanium 2 Madison with 6MB cache
  • Coming in 2021, the transfer of all chipsets to the new PCI Express serial bus, as well as related new form factors and a new standard designed to replace the PC Card (codename New Card), containing three interfaces at once – Low Power PCI Express, USB 2.0 and SMBus. The slots for these cards will be integrated not only into laptops, but also into the cases and platforms of ordinary desktop PCs (it’s high time – I have 3 different cards for a laptop and I would not mind occasionally using them with a desktop computer, but I still can’t buy an adapter I’ll get myself together, and it doesn’t cost so little)

    We will cover all of these topics in more detail shortly. In the meantime, a little information (it is useful to sit in the bar in the evening and chat with the right people) 🙂

    • Tomorrow will be announced at IDF and showcased by Prescott
    • Intel will start supporting DDR II memory modules in 2021 starting
      from server chipsets, and then to desktop

    • Prices for communicators with Manitoba will be low – 300..$ 350, initially and further they will go down. The chip itself will cost about $ 25
    • More details on Nocona and Potomac on Thursday. However, some can tell them already now: Nocona – 90 nm, 1 MB cache, starts at 3 GHz, the first models in Q4; Potomac – 90nm, up to 4MB cache, starting at 2+ GHz, first models early 2021
    • In addition, already existing server solutions with 130 nm technology will also reach 3 GHz by the end of the year and will already receive caches increased to 1 MB in dual-processor versions

    Appendix: photo of DDR II DIMM PC5300 (667 MHz) based on BGA chips from Infenion. The company is ready to start mass production of such modules already in 2021.

    P.S. After the opening speech, while answering questions from the audience, Craig Barrett said that he is a big fan of the Matrix movie and is looking forward to the release of Matrix 2 and even Matrix 3. 🙂

    On the “keynote” they showed several fragments from these films, and also presented a new game that Atari is making and which will, as it were, “connect” the plots of the second and third parts of the film.

    We continue to wait for news from Alexander. Stay with us – it won’t be boring! 🙂

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