About a year ago, Charles Milo from Intel wow-ed Unigroup with
his Intel Processor Roadmap presentation... and now its finally time
for an update. So, once again we announce:
Intel is Coming! ... Intel is Coming!
This is a going to be another must-attend Intel meeting!
Note: We are going to try to start the Intel presentation as close to 6:30pm as possible. Arrive early if you can.
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Topic: Intel Architecture & Processor Roadmap - Part 2
Introduction & Description of Talk:
Charles Milo will be providing a technical presentation on Intel's server roadmap, which includes details on Intel's latest CPUs and Chipsets. Charles will focus the presentation on the impact these server technologies are having with financial customers. We also hope to cover the non-server platforms, as well as information regarding system configurations and performance. Note that last year's meeting was much more than the outline implied :-).
Outline of Talk:
References & Web Resources:
Intel http://www.intel.com Intel Architecture Brief http://download.intel.com/design/intarch/papers/321087.pdf
(from last year...)
Charles Milo is an Enterprise Technical Specialist with Intel Americas. He has been at Intel 12 years and is a member of Intel Americas Senior Staff. Charles covers many of the large financial customers in the NYC area. Charles has been responsible for technical presentations & trainings, benchmarking, performance tuning and competitive analysis and software products and solutions that support Intel architectures. Charles has been deeply involved in understanding customer issues and provides feedback to Intel architects on the next generation Intel processors. Due to his outstanding knowledge of Intel systems, he has received three of the most prestige awards from Intel, Intel's Customer Excellence and Intel's Achievement Award and Intel's Hall of Fame Award.
Intel Corporation was founded in 1968 and is based in Santa Clara, California. The company designs, manufactures, and sells integrated circuits for computing and communications industries worldwide. Intel is best known for producing the microprocessors used in notebooks, netbooks, desktops, servers, workstations, storage products, embedded applications, communications products, consumer electronics devices, and handhelds. In addition, Intel offers NAND flash memory products primarily used in portable memory storage devices, digital camera memory cards, and solid-state drives; network processors used in networking equipment to manage and direct data moving across networks and the Internet; software products, including operating systems, middleware, and tools used to develop, run, and manage various enterprise, consumer, embedded, and handheld devices. Intel has been the driving force behind the global technology revolution for more than 40 years. Today, Intel is shaping the future with life-enhancing technologies that solve real-world problems and inspire the next generation of innovators.
Addison-Wesley Professional/Prentice Hall PTR, and O'Reilly have been kind enough to provide us with review copies of some of their books, which we will continue to raffle off as giveaways at our meetings. The publishers always ask that the persons receiving the books provide a review and/or feedback about their books.
Unigroup would like to thank both companies for the support provided by their User Group programs.
As always, all of the books will be available for review at the start of the meeting.
We have some Solaris Related CD-ROMs from our friends at the local NYC Sun Microsystems Office.
We hope to have some Intel giveaways too.
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FOOD AND REFRESHMENTS
Complimentary Food and Refreshments will be served. This includes "wraps" such as turkey, roast beef, chicken, tuna and grilled vegetables as well as assorted salads (potato, tossed, pasta, etc), cookies, brownies, bottled water and assorted beverages.
Intel will be sponsoring the food service for this meeting.
Please join us for this meeting, you won't want to miss it!