|Alguien dijo ...|
|Lo opuesto de una formulación correcta es una formulación incorrecta. Pero lo opuesto de una verdad profunda puede ser muy bien otra verdad profunda,|
Niels Henrik David Bohr(1885-1962)
Físico danés, premio Nobel de Física 1922.
|Technology Innovation Accelerated Award Winners Announced|
INTEL DEVELOPER FORUM, San Francisco - Lenovo's demonstration of its ThinkPad* X41 Tablet
captured top honors at the inaugural Technology Innovation Accelerated Awards held at the Intel Developer Forum in
Seventeen demos vied as finalists for the awards, which recognize technological pioneering and
adoption of Intel's new platform strategy. The company's platform strategy centers on the integration of suites of
hardware, software, services and support that enable new capabilities for people in all facets of their lives - at
work and at home, in productivity, information, entertainment and healthcare.
Lenovo was a triple
winner, taking Best of Show for its ThinkPad X41 Tablet demo that also took top honors in the Mobility category.
Lenovo's demo of a ThinkCentre* M52 featuring Intel® Active Management Technology won first place in the Digital
The complete list of categorical winners:
* Data Center -
VMware for its Hardware Assisted Virtualization Technology. The demo showed an Intel® Xeon™ processor with Intel®
Extended Memory 64 Technology (Intel EM64T) and Virtualization Technology running VMware Virtualization Platform for
consolidation of heterogeneous OSes.
* Digital Home - AVerMedia Technologies for its AVerTV MCE Media
Expansion Card, a PCIe interface dual tuner and HW MPEG encoders TV tuner card with DVI output capability that
utilizes the Intel 945G SDVO interface. Demonstrated was a cost-effective Windows XP Media Center Edition solution
with Intel 945 Platform. The live demo included TV viewing and PVR function in Windows XP Media Center Edition.
* Digital Office - Lenovo for its ThinkCentre* M52 featuring Intel® AMT. The demo showed remote
provisioning of a powered down client system through Intel AMT.
* Mobility - Lenovo for its ThinkPad*
X41 Tablet demonstration that also won Best of Show. Demonstrated was the product's function with LANDesk software.
The demo showed off the product's superior mobility, security, performance and ease of use. The ThinkPad X41
Tablet, features Intel® Centrino™ Technology (Pentium M 758, 915GM, Intel 2915ABG, Intel GMA, and DDR2 RAM).
* Research and Technology - NEC for its 64-bit Montecito Solution. The NEC Express* 5800 series 1000
platform supports three generations of Itanium® processors in a single system: McKinley, Madison and Montecito. The
Express 5800 will run applications written for all generations of Itanium. The Express platform can be configured as
separate partitions or as a single symmetric multi-processor.
* Storage - Promise Technology for its
SuperTrak Ex8300 with IOP331 processor RAID 6 Multiple Drive Failure. The demo highlighted Promise Technology's
emerging solutions for RAID, an emerging technology for shared storage systems and the large, high-capacity SATA
disk arrays used in many servers today.
All exhibitors and sponsors of IDF were eligible. Judging
the 17 finalists, narrowed down from 30 total entries, were hundreds of journalists and analysts covering the
three-day technical conference at Moscone Center.
"Promoting technology leadership efforts
driving Intel's evolution to a platform strategy, the Technology Innovation Accelerated Awards recognize companies
and individuals who take a creative approach in creating exciting new products through technologies that promise to
exceed customer expectations," said IDF General Manager Rob Chapman.
Intel plans to expand the
awards program internationally, and hold a 2nd Semi-Annual Technology Innovation Accelerated Awards at IDF in March
7-9, also in San Francisco.
Martes, 30 Agosto, 2005 - 01:04