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June 10, 2002 - Industry Leaders Collaborate on New Choices for Next-Generation Serial Architectures for Server Storage
May 28, 2002 - Intel Offers Industry Vision for Standard Blade-Based Communications Servers and Equipment: Announcing Modular Platform Design Guide for Hardware and Software Developers
May 7, 2002 - Intel Drives Ethernet To Higher Speeds And New Market Segments: wireless LAN, Gigabit Ethernet and 10 Gigabit Ethernet products unveiled at Networld + Interop 2002
May 1, 2002 - Intel Licenses Technology From Lucent: Intel Undertakes Additional Development and Manufacturing of the Lucent TA1000 Controller.
April 29, 2002 - Intel's New Family Of Ethernet MACs Are First To Use Standards-Based Interface That Simplifies Designs.
April 25, 2002 - Intel Wireless Technology Selected For IBM* Thinkpad* Notebooks.
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Expo Comm Wireless Japan, July 17-19, Tokyo International Exhibition Center, Tokyo, Japan
Serial ATA Plugfest: August 12 - 13, Longmont, Colorado
European Conference on Optical Communication*: Sept 8-12, Bella Center, Copenhagen, Denmark
Intel Developer Forum Fall 2002: Sept 9-12, San Jose Convention Center, San Jose, CA
NFOEC - National Fiber Optic Engineers Conference*: Dallas, TX - Sept. 15-19, 2002
Fall VON (Voice on the Net)*: October 7-11, Cobb Galleria, Atlanta, GA
Network Processors Conference West*: October 22-25, Parkside Hall, San Jose, CA
ExpoComm China*: October 29 - Nov 2, China International Exhibition Center, Beijing, China
ITU Telecom Asia*: December 2-7, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Hong Kong, China
Archived Events
Supercomm June 2-6, Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta, GA
Seminars and training
Visit the Intel Learning Network for comprehensive Web-based training on Intel products and solutions, including Security, Gigabit Ethernet, Wireless Networking and more.
Archived Seminars and Training
Access Networking and Communications sessions from the Intel® Developer Forum Conference, Spring 2002 on the IDF Online technical training site.
Getting More Performance Out of Your PCI Design
This discussion will center on the design tradeoffs as well as the features and benefits of using an ASIC designed specifically to meet the performance requirements of the embedded PC chipset market while providing significant benefits in power and board space requirements. The ASIC being discussed offers a 10X improvement in PCI data transfers while consuming <2 watts and reducing board space by almost 70% when compared to conventional chipsets.
Shorten Embedded Client Development Time
Intel has a new Embedded Client Reference Design and a concept design for a splashproof, fanless enclosure. Intel® Architecture building blocks can shorten the design time of embedded clients such as POS Terminals, ATMs, and kiosks. Learn to incorporate these Intel designs in your next project and get the price and performance your customer demands.
Cut Development Time by Months Using Intel® Communications Appliance Solutions
Intel reference designs can significantly shorten the design time of communications appliances for network attached storage, voice over IP, virtual private networks, security and Web caching. Communications Appliances is a booming market; learn to incorporate these Intel designs in your next project and get the price and performance your customer demands.
Developing Applications Using the Intel® IXP1200 Network Processor
This discussion will be centered on the development environment, advanced tools, and design considerations necessary to optimize application development using the Intel IXP1200. Presented by Intel® IXA Developer Network members, RadiSys Corp. and Teja Technologies.
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