Computex 2015: Intel Keynote Live Blogby Ian Cutress on June 2, 2015 1:41 AM EST
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03:34AM EDT - That's a wrap!
03:34AM EDT - 10mm AIO as well
03:13AM EDT - Panther Mountain reference design
03:12AM EDT - 8mm thick reference design with 4K display, Type-C
03:12AM EDT - That's Skylake
03:12AM EDT - Now talking 6th Gen Core
03:11AM EDT - 14hr battery life with Atom x5
03:10AM EDT - Transformer Book T100HA
03:10AM EDT - 'The clutch design is the only one my wife is allowed to carry!"
03:09AM EDT - which I learned yesterday is a PIxelworks design
03:09AM EDT - Using Tru2Life technology
03:09AM EDT - also ZenClutch
03:08AM EDT - 'Luxury and stylish'
03:08AM EDT - ZenPad S 8.0 with Atom x3
03:08AM EDT - Bringing two of the Zen products from yesterday's ASUS press event
03:07AM EDT - "In the last few years, we have collaborated on a large number of projects"
03:07AM EDT - Jonney Shih from ASUS on stage
03:05AM EDT - Now mobility
03:05AM EDT - 4 years of notebook development
03:04AM EDT - 2-in-1 sales up 75% YoY
03:03AM EDT - Driving 2-in-1s down in price
03:02AM EDT - 2017 will have a Compute Stick with 70 GFlops
03:01AM EDT - Now Form Factors
03:00AM EDT - USB Type-C, built in 10 GbE
03:00AM EDT - Thunderbolt 3, 40 Gbps
03:00AM EDT - Talking about IO
02:57AM EDT - designed to be rugged
02:56AM EDT - speakers
02:56AM EDT - quad spakers
02:56AM EDT - Predator 8-inch using Atom x7 for gaming
02:54AM EDT - Acer Predator range
02:54AM EDT - Acer on stage
02:53AM EDT - Makes OEMs excited to build PCs with purpose
02:53AM EDT - Announcing IEM will be back in Taiwan
02:53AM EDT - Video on eSports
02:51AM EDT - Bringing Xbox titles to PC
02:51AM EDT - Iris Pro P6300
02:51AM EDT - 16GB of addressable video memory
02:50AM EDT - Also announcing Xeon E3-1200 v4
02:50AM EDT - Iris Pro and below fits in 80% of computing solutions
02:50AM EDT - Integrating Iris Pro in regular laptops
02:49AM EDT - we saw one or two with Haswell Iris Pro
02:49AM EDT - which means more Xeons with Iris Pro
02:49AM EDT - Moving 5th Gen and Iris Pro into ECC mem
02:48AM EDT - 10 new processors
02:48AM EDT - Now announcing 5th Gen Core with Iris Pro
02:47AM EDT - Wasn't 30 FPS, seemed like it was using interpolation
02:47AM EDT - with a 6-camera selfie stick
02:47AM EDT - Showing 4K 360-degree video
02:45AM EDT - Now performance
02:45AM EDT - applications like autonomous driving
02:45AM EDT - Part of Intel's growth plan
02:45AM EDT - Talking about the Altera acquisition
02:44AM EDT - Such as LTE and WiGig
02:44AM EDT - Also radio technology
02:44AM EDT - From Curie to Xeon
02:43AM EDT - Now onto Leadership Platforms
02:43AM EDT - Now onto Leadership Platformw
02:43AM EDT - Back by popular demand, Small Business Advantage 4.0
02:41AM EDT - Deployed in 300 meeting rooms already in pilots
02:41AM EDT - On select mini-PCs with vPro
02:40AM EDT - all secured
02:40AM EDT - share multiple screens at once
02:40AM EDT - Sharing the screen between all meeting participants, even other side of the world
02:39AM EDT - Transitioning current meeting rooms into modern workplaces
02:39AM EDT - Announcing Intel Unite
02:39AM EDT - In meetings, Intel found the most time wasted was trying to get projectors to work with wires
02:38AM EDT - Used to have to compromise between heavy devices for work and light for home, now can get the best of both
02:38AM EDT - Secure computing is required
02:37AM EDT - Now for workplace transformation
02:37AM EDT - Even put wireless charging in reference designs for Atom x3 devices
02:37AM EDT - A cover with all three wireless charging designed into it
02:36AM EDT - Charge coil to make accessories
02:36AM EDT - Starting with 5W solution, moving into 10W and 20W over time
02:36AM EDT - Even low energy devices
02:35AM EDT - Multiple devices charging on the same table
02:34AM EDT - Partnering with Foxconn and Targus
02:33AM EDT - Wireless charging coming to companies
02:33AM EDT - Encouraging convergence
02:32AM EDT - Announcing PMA and Wireless Alliance has officially merged
02:31AM EDT - Rezence
02:31AM EDT - Wireless charging is to use magnetic resonance standard
02:31AM EDT - we've seen WiGig before, but it works really within 10ft
02:31AM EDT - On docking, integrated WiGig enabling 1 Gbps+
02:30AM EDT - For Display, Intel has WiDi based on miracast
02:30AM EDT - That's a ball of cables
02:29AM EDT - 'No Wires' - Charging, display, docking, data
02:28AM EDT - Using TrueKey, people can log in to other systems, like banking or websites
02:28AM EDT - That's quite good
02:28AM EDT - Trying to beat the system with a picture
02:27AM EDT - Unlocked Windows 10 in under a second
02:27AM EDT - 6th gen software dev kit on stage
02:27AM EDT - Log in to Windows 10 with multi-factor authentification
02:26AM EDT - including Windows Hello
02:26AM EDT - Now to No Passwords
02:26AM EDT - become a dog or ogre for chat
02:25AM EDT - Manipulate avatars
02:24AM EDT - or using for avatars in gaming
02:24AM EDT - making 3D figures of people
02:24AM EDT - using it to make a 3D model
02:24AM EDT - 'Real World Facing' realsense camera in a tablet
02:24AM EDT - Demos
02:23AM EDT - Drone module with 6 realsense cameras
02:22AM EDT - Robot retail assistants using sensing
02:21AM EDT - It started in the PC but now in small form factors
02:21AM EDT - 3d capture, share, augmented reality
02:21AM EDT - gesture control, secure facial login
02:21AM EDT - "Give computers sight with RealSense"
02:20AM EDT - Wireless docking and charging
02:19AM EDT - Using RealSense with a 2-in-1 to interact with an architect
02:19AM EDT - These videos are always conceptual, time to put into practice
02:18AM EDT - Video to explain concepts we've seen before. Part of Intel Turn Key plus getting devices to work together
02:18AM EDT - Removing passwords and wires from computing
02:18AM EDT - Moving from keyboards and mice
02:17AM EDT - New User Experiences now
02:17AM EDT - designed through Intel Edison and 3D printing
02:17AM EDT - Dress uses sensors to expand when people are too close
02:16AM EDT - The Spider Dress
02:16AM EDT - Now showing off smart clothes
02:15AM EDT - 'High perf, low power reference solutions' for bracelets and others
02:15AM EDT - Now Wearables
02:15AM EDT - 'Highest degree of interoperability'
02:15AM EDT - A royalty free model
02:15AM EDT - Intel is a Diamond member of the Open Interconnect consortium
02:14AM EDT - This is a reference design, but can prioritise streams for video etc
02:13AM EDT - Also Home Gateway
02:13AM EDT - Scaling up to Core
02:13AM EDT - Adding Ubuntu
02:13AM EDT - Announcing IoT Gateway with Core processors
02:12AM EDT - Includes virus protection at every stage
02:12AM EDT - Cyclist on stage
02:12AM EDT - Intel IoT Gateway System
02:11AM EDT - Real-time data analytics
02:11AM EDT - Done in conjuction with Advantech
02:11AM EDT - 'Computing Power has helped a lot'
02:11AM EDT - Xeon in the backend cloud system, Atom at the stations
02:11AM EDT - Offers real time monitoring of stock and quality
02:10AM EDT - 100,000 uses per day
02:10AM EDT - Operating in 4 cities, 430 stations. End of year, 700 stations
02:10AM EDT - here in taipei
02:10AM EDT - Smart bikes
02:09AM EDT - expecting 40000 Exabytes by 2020
02:09AM EDT - 245 Exabytes of data on the Internet in 2010
02:08AM EDT - Now about data
02:08AM EDT - Get tweets on your mug
02:08AM EDT - Smart mug
02:08AM EDT - Detects air quality and charged wirelessly
02:08AM EDT - A smart vase...
02:07AM EDT - Here's a smart home!
02:07AM EDT - Everything that Compute Connects (that's an Aicha Evans line)
02:07AM EDT - 50 billion devices by 2020
02:06AM EDT - Making three predictions for the future
02:06AM EDT - 'We used to talk about 33 MHz processors'
02:06AM EDT - Comparing the concept of processor development to buying houses like candy
02:04AM EDT - 50th anniversary of Moore's Law
02:04AM EDT - Going to talk about Innovation
02:04AM EDT - Kirk Skaugen coming to the stage. He's the VP of of the Client Computing Group
02:03AM EDT - concepts like a mousemat acting as a display. Hmm yeah
02:03AM EDT - Intel video about IoT
02:00AM EDT - Intel has been the sponsor for this 'e21 Forum' for 16 years
01:58AM EDT - Never forget about verticals - health, education, infrastructure, military
01:57AM EDT - One of the IoT verticals is health
01:57AM EDT - Talking about MND and connected wheelchairs
01:55AM EDT - 'The show that IT professionals must attend'
01:54AM EDT - 'Bringing ideas to masterpieces'
01:53AM EDT - 35th year of Computex
01:53AM EDT - Taitra organise Computex
01:53AM EDT - President of Taitra, Peter Huang on stage
01:49AM EDT - I'm currently sitting next to MobileGeeks. Sascha Pallenberg points out that this year they don't have anything on predisplay but there's a safety curtain covering it all.
01:48AM EDT - now we get a beatboxer on stage
01:47AM EDT - Last year at the keynote, Lisa Graff announced Devil's Canyon and spoke about SoFIA which became Atom x3 : http://anandtech.com/show/8117/intel-keynote-at-computex-2014-14nm-corem-sofia-devils-canyon-dc-p3700-and-realsense
01:45AM EDT - Filmed in realsense
01:44AM EDT - some music
01:44AM EDT - We're 15 minutes from start
01:44AM EDT - Last year the WiFi was bad, so we're relying on a weak 4G signal to get by :) Working well so far
01:43AM EDT - We're here at Intel's Keynote, waiting for Kirk Skaugen to announce some new things.
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at80eighty - Tuesday, June 2, 2015 - linkYou'd think a showcase of IoT talking of 50B devices and 4000 exabytes of date by 2020, would have better wifi
at80eighty - Tuesday, June 2, 2015 - link*40,000
merikafyeah - Tuesday, June 2, 2015 - linkThe two things that interested me most:
1. USB Type-C, built in 10 GbE
With so many things compatible with Type-C, USB may finally realize the dream HDBaseT was trying to achieve: Everything in one cable (minus the ability for long cable runs, nothing else comes close to HDBaseT's 100m cable runs so unfortunately you still can't wire your home with USB instead of ethernet). Still I'm really looking forward to affordable 10GbE USB Type-C switches. I'm tired of my home network being bottlenecked at 125 MB/s when SSDs can push more than 500 MB/s.
2. Bringing Xbox titles to PC
This is intriguing. If this works out the way I hope it does it could dominate all other consoles.
ZeDestructor - Tuesday, June 2, 2015 - link1. Looks like more alternate modes than anything to me. Not that I particularly mind tbh. Hopefully switches start dropping to around the $20-$30 per port compared to the $100+ per port we currently have.
2. Interesting.... Wonder what MS has to say about that, cause i quite enjoy the odd romp of Forza...
nathanddrews - Tuesday, June 2, 2015 - link#2, Yes, please elaborate.
"02:51AM EDT - Bringing Xbox titles to PC" So vague. Are we talking about the Xbone streaming option in W10? Or actual ports of Xbox games to the PC platform?
jrs77 - Tuesday, June 2, 2015 - linkAllthough Broadwell clearly isn't their priority I still would've expected a little more fuss about it.
When will you do a full review on the i7-5775C?
Cellar Door - Tuesday, June 2, 2015 - linkToms hardware already has one.
Ian Cutress - Tuesday, June 2, 2015 - linkIt's on the front page now :)
satai - Tuesday, June 2, 2015 - linkAny details on E3-12xx v4 SKUs?
nils_ - Tuesday, June 2, 2015 - linkFor example, does it come with TSX?