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Thursday, October 27, 2011

Intel Ceo Otellini growing new market segments


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Intel’s President and CEO, Paul Otellini, made the announcements during the opening keynote of the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco.
“Computing is in a constant state of evolution,” said Otellini, describing the opportunities and challenges facing Intel and the industry. “The unprecedented demand for computing from the client devices to the cloud is creating significant opportunity for the industry. Intel is innovating and working with our partners to deliver computing experiences that are more mobile, secure and seamless. I’m excited about the new experiences that will be created across a range of devices, and we’re just getting started.”
Growth in New Market Segments
Addressing a major corporate goal of growing Intel’s business in adjacent computing market segments, Otellini discussed the company’s recent efforts to accelerate its smartphone business and showcased a form factor reference design based on Intel® Atom™ processor, and running the Android™ platform.
Otellini then introduced Andy Rubin, Senior Vice President of Mobile at Google*. The two executives outlined plans to enable and optimize future releases of the Android™ platform for Intel’s family of low power Atom™ processors. The joint effort is designed to speed time-to-market of Intel technology-based smartphones running the Android platform.
“Our collaboration with Google will bring a powerful new capability to market that helps accelerate industry innovation, adoption and choice,” said Otellini. “I’m excited by the possibilities of this collaboration. It will enable our customers to bring exciting new products and user experiences to market that harness the combined potential of Intel architecture and the Android platform.”
Today’s announcement builds upon the two companies’ recent joint initiatives to enable Intel architecture on Google products. Joint initiatives include Chrome OS, Google TV, and the Android Software Development Kit (SDK) and Native Development Kit (NDK).
Pushing the Limits of Low Power for Ultrabooks™ and Beyond
Otellini predicted that Ultrabook systems will provide the most satisfying and complete computing experience. The company is working with industry partners to deliver mainstream-priced products beginning this holiday season for this new category of lighter, sleeker compute companions.
Intel’s CEO said the company’s engineers will further accelerate Ultrabook innovation with Intel’s “Ivy Bridge” 22nm technology early next year with the help of the company’s revolutionary 3-D Tri-gate transistors.
He highlighted the broad enabling work between Intel and Microsoft, and pointed to the future opportunities that Windows 8 will present across tablets, hybrid devices and new form factors such as Ultrabooks™.
Otellini also described the new class of platform power management in development for the 2013 “Haswell” products for Ultrabooks. The advances in silicon technology and platform engineering are expected to reduce idle platform power by more than 20 times over current designs without compromising computing performance. Otellini said he expects that this design change, combined with industry collaboration, will lead to more than 10 days of connected standby battery life by 2013. The advancements will aid in delivery of always-on-always-connected computing where Ultrabooks stay connected when in standby mode, keeping the e-mail, social media and digital content up-to-date.
Looking further into the future, Otellini predicted that platform power innovation will reach levels that are difficult to imagine today. Intel’s researchers have created a chip that could allow a computer to power up on a solar cell the size of a postage stamp. Referred to as a “Near Threshold Voltage Core,” this Intel architecture research chip pushes the limits of transistor technology to tune power use to extremely low levels.

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Microsoft Windows 8 will be launched Q3 2012



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Microsoft is gearing up for Windows 8, the latest iteration in the vaunted operating system family. While the official launch is still a full year away, Microsoft is trying to generate a lot of attention for the next generation of Windows. The new operating system will have a smaller footprint and support tablets. Early tests show it’s faster than Windows 7 which should make it more palatable for ultralight computers and other mobile devices.


And that’s what Microsoft wants: an operating system that can span the breadth of computing products – desktop to mobile.


Publicly, Microsoft allies and analysts are talking positively about Windows 8’s prospects. Dell and HP are expected to launch ultralight and tablets on Windows 8. And Microsoft is looking for another enterprise hit to repeat the rapid sales of Windows 7.


Privately, enterprise decision-makers and analysts are saying they’re in no hurry to jump to Windows 8. From their perspective, they just finished upgrading to Windows 7. They spent years on Windows XP because of delays in the development of Windows Vista. And Vista was an unmitigated disaster in which few businesses completed a full adoption. Even Microsoft admits Vista damaged its Windows franchise.

Friday, October 14, 2011

Trends and drivers of the world in 2015



In the globally networked world of today even slight changes of influencing parameters can have a huge effect on the development of society. With the fast changing political scenery, the soaring economic development and ongoing leaps in technology, a forecast into the future is a risky undertaking. Nevertheless, as the future development of the world’s energy is one of the backbones of the global society, the need for reasonable planning is obvious. Utilities need to make long term investment decisions for their power generation portfolio as well as the transmission and distribution infrastructure, providers of alternative energy solutions seek a sound decision platform and, last but not least, industrial groups and their suppliers want to know where market and technological development will lead.
six prominent trends with strong influence on the upcoming needs of people and requirements of the industry. These trends address

  • Changes in the global society
  • Globalization
  • Energy industry restructuring
  • Primary energy concerns
  • Electrical energy needs
  • Environmental issues
Exponential population growth, falling mortality and fertility rates, a shift in the demographic balance between young and old, chronic poverty in much of the southern hemisphere, urbanization and the growth of mega-cities, mass migration within and between countries, the rising influence of religion in some cultures and growing secularism in others, and the worldwide impact of the digital and IT revolutions – these are all factors that are driving societies and individuals towards increasingly rapid change.

Sunday, October 2, 2011

when politics can influence on main economics


How much influence does the President (any President) really have on the economy? The answer according to most experts is "very little". And yet, we voters seem to have this opinion that politics and the economy go hand in hand.


A President's influence comes in two forms: monetary policy and tax policy. Both of these can "push" the economy up or down, but economic momentum tends to go where it wants regardless of who is in office. A president's influence on most specific economic factors, such as the Dow Jones average, is practically non-existent.
If a President has near God like control of the economy as the candidates want us to believe, then why would a President ever want the economy to go bad? The Communists had near total control of the economy, and every communist country has ended up with a economic disaster on their hands.
 President actually has some control over, although Congress ultimately has more control over the budget than the President does. Obviously the economy overall has more influence as well. Incomes have been going down the last four years, which means income taxes and consumer taxes collected has gone down. Almost every state in the country has had budget problems . Add to that the fact that spending continues to rise despite the complete lack of inflation, and the result is record setting deficits.Of the four charts, this is the most useful one, even though it should be pointed out
The bottom line is, we should not pick a President based on economic factors, even though that is most likely how most people will vote this year. Pick you candidate base on what economic programs they want to implement, or what social issues they support. The economy is going to do what it is going to do regardless of who is in office.

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