Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Video Games with Sandy Bridge Intel

Intel Corporation CEO and President Paul Otellini gives emphasis is around half the annual forum for technology developers of Intel Corporation. aul Ottelini said second-generation family of Intel Core processors under the code 'Sandy Bridge' will enable PC users to experience some of the things they could not do before unless they use a sophisticated desktop computer equipped with a discrete graphics card.

To prove this point, Paul Ottelini shows someone playing the game "Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty" which is popular with full details on a laptop that uses the second generation Intel Core processor without the discrete graphics card. Laptops with the chips' Sandy Bridge is apparently also powerful enough to simultaneously record video games in high definition.

The second generation of Intel Core family of processors will have an enhanced version of Intel's Turbo Boost technology allowing the processor core using heat tolerance of available reserves to increase their frequency in order to get the job done faster. The second generation of Intel Core family of processors will also have dedicated hardware to process the video format.

Intel vPro-Core Server Chips More Efficiently

Intel Technology plays a role in transforming the data center and the Internet as a whole and to provide computer solutions to businesses a more secure, connected and intelligent. CEO and President Paul Otellini of Intel Corporation in the IDF in 2010 highlights how the next generation of vPro Intel Core family of processors will help the business to keep the information through a more efficient encryption capabilities that are embedded in hardware.

In an event held in San Francisco, Paul Otellini showed three people can do video conferencing seamlessly with 256-bit encryption, the live broadcast video using three PCs and servers. This is possible through a special encryption chip instruction and optimization of video conferencing by software from Vidyo. In this demonstration, the server encrypt and decrypt all the live video with almost no time delay. PCs that are used must be supported by next-generation vPro technology and Intel Core processor server powered by next-generation Intel Xeon processor-based platform that previously coded Romley.

These new products will offer instruction extension called Intel Advanced Encryption Standard New Instructions to enable encryption process capability improvement and description of up to 10 times to enable more secure transactions. Some software vendors are currently optimizing the applications for these new features and reported a tenfold increase in performance in their encryption capabilities.