Chip talk from IDF 2002

Intel gathered approximately 4,000 for IDF 2002 at the Moscone Centre in San Francisco. The chipmaker introduced its Xscale architecture across its desktop, networking and mobile processors, discussed its Itanium roadmap and made a stronger push into the high end of the server market. IDF 2002 ran

Feb. 25-28.

In search of Alpha
2/28/02 — Intel is keeping mum on plans for the former Digital technology, but Alpha may make its way into McKinley’s successor

Hammer swings at McKinley
2/27/2002 — AMD makes some noise on the edges of IDF

Xscale climbs into server, tablet designs
2/27/2002 — Intel architecture spreads across mobile, storage and networking segments

Canadians ready for increased network traffic
2/26/2002 — Intel manager predicts tenfold increase over next four years

Intel CEO puts his chips on the table
2/25/2002 — exclusive In his only Canadian interview, Craig Barrett talks about the chipmaker’s quest for the high end of the server market, its OS stance and what he really thinks about AMD

McKinley’s uphill battle
2/22/2002 — The world’s biggest chipmaker organizes an Intel Developer Forum that will showcase its prowess in the server market, while an analyst and VARs suggest Itanium-based systems aren’t a sure sell

Letters from San Francisco

Hyper activity
2/28/2002 — Why Intel is struggling to convey the importance of its most innovative technology yet

The streets of San Francisco
2/27/2002 — A technological comparison of IDF and its host city

The long goodbye
2/26/2002 — Intel chairman Andy Grove is more legacy than leader, but engineers in management are a dying breed

Show Intel
2/25/2002 — What the chipmaker has to do to make IDF 2002 a success

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