Breaking: Intel Data-Centric Innovation Summit

We're here at Intel's headquarters in Santa Clara, CA for the company's Data-Centric Innovation Summit. Intel hasn't provided the press with any indication of new products or announcements. We're covering the event live to share the announcements as they happen, so refresh your browser or revisit this article periodically as the event unfolds.

Raja Koduri and Jim Keller have arrived.

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  • derekullo
    What catches my eye is the high speed ethernet.

    If you look at the super small caption at the bottom.

    High speed in this case means 10 gigabit ethernet and above.

    Can't wait for more motherboards to start shipping with 10Gb.
  • bit_user
    1920539 said:
    We're here at Intel's headquarters in Santa Clara, CA for the company's Data-Centric Innovation Summit. Breaking: Intel Data-Centric Innovation Summit : Read more

    Nice summary. Thanks for putting it together.
  • bit_user
    212804 said:
    What catches my eye is the high speed ethernet. If you look at the super small caption at the bottom. High speed in this case means 10 gigabit ethernet and above. Can't wait for more motherboards to start shipping with 10Gb.

    This being a datacenter conference, I'm sure they're talking about server ethernet.

    For consumers, it looks like Intel's next move will be supporting 2.5 Gbps chipset-integrated ethernet, I think.