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docdivakar   9/10/2012 6:19:00 PM
@rick.merritt: I hope attendees at the IDF will get a convincing answer to your question on hand-held computing. I hope other technologies that Intel has worked on (including those thru acquisition) will get some light of the day at IDF... like high speed serial links and HPC cluster computing which has been an on-again and off-again thing with Intel! MP Divakar

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rick merritt   9/7/2012 5:00:13 PM
Sylvie makes a great point that a biiiig part of this IDF will be a coming out party for Haswell--Intel's first client processors made in its 22nm tri-gate process. Will Haswell chips give Nvidia's Tegras and Qualcomm's Snapdragons a run for their money in the emerging tablet space? Stay tuned.

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