For over a decade, the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) has been Intel’s premier conference, helping to shape the direction of tomorrow’s technology. IDF brings together people from every part of the technology world to experience visionary keynotes, technology and industry insights, and technical sessions (including lectures, interactive panels, hands-on labs and Q&As). In addition, the Technology Showcase hosts exhibits and demonstrations from Intel and leading technology companies.
Accelerated IP, USB and You Saturday and Sunday I spent about 10 hours this week walking 10 miles dropping off over 500 flyers for my friend running for San Jose City Council. I learned the following: 1) People have nicer lawns and gardens than me 2) People have worse looking lawns and gardens than me 3) More people living in apartments vote than people in single family homes 4) People are really friendly and polite 5) Even the people who want you to go away (“No Solicitors Please, see the sign?”) 6) You probably won’t get shot after dark in San Jose as long as you are holding a clipboard and wearing shorts There will be a prize for a math problem at the end of this blog related to the data above.
Microsoft’s Steven Sinofsky announced the availability of Windows 8 today as reported in the Microsoft Win 8 Blog a few hours ago.
You’ve seen the USB 3.0 Device and PHY and USB 3.0 Host and PHY in plenty of demonstrations on the HAPS51T-2 and HAPSFXT platforms.
I posted a blog “Fastest USB 3.0 Flash Drive?…” back in January. I got reader e-mail.
Here’s the longer, more detailed version of our USB 3.0 SSIC demonstration. It’s 7 minutes. It’s going to be the best 7 minutes of your day.
We’re having an IP Summit March 28 in Santa Clara. As with all our seminars, it’s based on visiting 100s of customers a year.
Most people don’t have a clue what goes on with USB 3.0 Certification (or USB 2.0 Certification).
I’ve been getting a lot of requests for our USB 3.0 IP videos lately, so I’ve decided to embed them all into a single webpage here. These are all the videos of our USB 3.0 PHY, Device, xHCI Host, and Hub we have posted in the past 18 months.