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What Happened @ Intel Computex 2018 With Gregory Bryant!

Gregory Bryant headlined the Intel Computex press conference again. This year, he revealed a wide range of new Intel products and technologies – from Intel’s first 5 GHz processor – the Intel Core i7-8086K, to 5G PCs and the fastest Intel Optane SSD for mobile platforms!

He also brought a couple of friends to help – ASUS CEO Jerry Shen, Sprint Vice President Ryan Sullivan, Lenovo Senior Vice President and General Manager Jeff Meredith… and basketball star and esports enthusiast, Jeremy Lin!

Take a look at our complete coverage of Gregory Bryant’s Intel Computex 2018 press conference!

 

The Intel Computex 2018 Press Conference

Gregory Bryant is Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Intel Client Computing Group. Here is his 72 minute-long press conference, which included ASUS CEO Jerry Shen, Sprint Vice President Ryan Sullivan, Lenovo Senior Vice President and General Manager Jeff Meredith… and basketball star and esports enthusiast, Jeremy Lin!

 

Intel Computex 2018 Press Conference with Gregory Bryant

The first major announcement at Intel Computex 2018 – the launch of the Intel Core i7-8086K Anniversary Limited Edition processor!

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And here is the new Lenovo Yoga Book 2 with dual display panels!

Gregory Bryant announced the Intel AI for PC Developer Program.

Jerry Shen shows off the new ASUS PreCog laptop.

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Gregory Bryant announces that the Intel Optane SSD 905P will be available in the M.2 form factor.

Intel will introduce a new 28-core processor very soon!

The future 28-core Intel processor will have a Cinebench score of 7334!

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Omaigerd… it’s Jeremy Lin

Intel shows off an AI band!

Gregory Bryant even showed off his drumming skills! 

Next Page >  Intel Computex 2018 Editorial by Gregory Bryant 

 

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The Intel Computex 2018 Editorial by Gregory Bryant

With Intel’s 50th anniversary next month, it’s a perfect time to celebrate one of the most important technologies of Intel’s legacy: the PC. As we transition to the data-centric era, the PC remains a critical facet of Intel’s business, and it’s an area where we believe there are still so many opportunities ahead.

Today, at Computex in Taipei, I shared our vision for the future of the PC and introduced a wide range of new technologies that will help us and the broader ecosystem make this future a reality. One that transforms the PC from a simple computer into a platform that can power every person’s greatest contribution.

Most of us are already choosing the PC as the place to go to focus. In fact, when people really need to get things done, over 80 percent turn to their PC. At the same time, we are more distracted than ever. Data shows that on average people are interrupted every three minutes. The nature of where, how and why we work is also changing. And the way people connect with one another has changed, with technology being a key driving force.

Against this backdrop, there is an opportunity to fundamentally improve the PC experience to meet today’s needs and help people focus on what is most important to them. To help them create and build a sense of community. But to make this leap, we need to innovate the PC around five key vectors: performance, connectivity, battery life, adaptability and intelligence.

Ultimate Performance

Our unwavering commitment to delivering the best performance continued as we announced the latest additions to our mobile lineup of the 8th Gen Intel Core processor family: the Whiskey Lake U-series and Amber Lake Y-series, featuring up to double-digit performance gains and integrated gigabit Wi-Fi. Expect more than 140 new laptops and 2 in 1s from OEMs starting this fall. And for desktop, by the end of this year, we’re delivering a new X-series release and the next Intel Core S-series processor.

Beyond processing power, we also see the opportunity for even more PC acceleration with the introduction of the Intel Optane SSD 905P, now available in an M.2 form factor. Delivering industry-leading endurance, this new, slim Intel Optane SSD is a high-performance drive that allows the processor to spend less time waiting and more time computing, enabling users to enjoy an amazing computing experience.

As we celebrate Intel’s 50th anniversary, we also recognize the 40th anniversary of Intel’s x86 architecture. In honor of that, we revealed the limited edition 8th Gen Intel Core i7-8086K processor, the first Intel processor with a 5.0 GHz turbo frequency. In celebration of this milestone, and our enthusiasts, we’re giving away 8,086 8th Gen Intel Core i7-8086K processors.

Connectivity

At Mobile World Congress, we talked about our leadership and the importance of 5G. Sprint is now joining us as a partner to sell Intel processor based, 5G-connected PCs in stores around the world. Acer, Asus, Dell, HP, Lenovo and Microsoft are working with us to deliver the industry’s first 5G-connected laptops and 2 in 1s in 2019.

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As we pave the way for 5G, expect us to deliver 10 more 4G-connected PCs from partners like Acer, Asus, Dell and HP – on top of the 25 currently in market. These always-connected PCs are not only sleek and beautiful, but packed with performance.

All-Day Battery Life

The display consumes the most battery in a device, and one way we’re working to enable all-day battery life is by co-engineering the new Intel Low Power Display Technology, featured in a one watt panel manufactured by Sharp and Innolux, which can cut LCD power consumption by half. Through continued innovation with the industry, we expect to deliver an additional four to eight hours of local video playback – that means battery life could be up to 28 hours on some devices.

Adaptability

People are looking for PCs that adapt to their lifestyle and location. This can take shape in new form factors like dual screen, along with designing platforms for specific usage scenarios. We showed several examples on stage today, including a preview of an innovative Yoga Book with uncompromised performance coming from Lenovo later this year.

Additionally, we highlighted multiple creator notebooks, desktop towers, all-in-ones and peripherals from Acer, ASUS, Corsair, Dell, HP, MSI and Twist. This is a category built specifically for creators that we’re enabling with our OEM partners. Creator PCs provide differentiated aesthetics and peripherals, upgradable form factors, and end-to-end technology optimized for the creator workflow, including Intel Core i7 and Intel Core i9 processor performance, Thunderbolt 3 technology and Intel Optane SSDs.

Intelligence

Intelligence will be integral to the modern, adaptable PC experience. Our plan to bring AI to the PC is by delivering tools and resources to the developer community and collaborating with OEMs to package the AI capabilities into new devices.

We introduced the AI on PC Developer Program to provide tools and training for developers – including the OpenVINO toolkit and Windows ML – to fully utilize hardware capabilities to unlock AI innovation.

Additionally, ASUS joined me on stage to showcase a new concept PC called Project Precog, a convertible dual-screen notebook equipped with intelligent features for versatility and productivity. They also showed off a new ZenBook Pro, which allows developers to take advantage of the low-power Intel Movidius VPU to create AI-centric features for both existing and new applications.

There has never been a greater opportunity for Intel and our ecosystem to work together and deliver even more positive change to the PC – turning it into the best platform to power your contributions.

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The Intel Compute Card, X-Series & Core i9 CPUs & More @ Computex 2017

The second major event at Computex Taipei 2017 was the Intel Computex 2017 keynote. Ostensibly it was about IOT, but Gregory Bryant, delivered far more than that in his keynote presentation. It was a smorgasbord of new Intel products from the Intel Compute Card to the new Intel X-Series and Intel Core i9 processors.

 

The Intel Compute Card, X-Series & Core i9 CPUs & More!

For almost an hour, Gregory Bryant, VP & GM of the Intel Client Computing Group, paraded the latest products from Intel. He started with new server products like the Intel Xeon Platinum processors and low-power SSDs, before demonstrating the power of an IOT-enabled City Kiosk prototype.

Then he showed off the Intel Compute Card, that Intel believes will drive the future of modular computing. ASUS Chairman Jonney Shih even came on stage to show off their secret ASUS Kukuna prototype which boasts the Intel LTE “Always Connected” technology. There was also a demo of the Intel Optane Memory.

Finally, Gregory announced the Intel X-Series processors, as well as the Intel Core i9 processors. He also revealed that the upcoming 8th Generation Intel Core processors will deliver more than 30% better performance than the 7th Generation Intel Core processors.

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Our Earlier Coverage On The Keynote

Gregory Bryant from Intel announces the Intel Xeon Platinum family of scalable server processors.

Intel also announced the Low Power Series of their 2nd Gen 3D NAND SSD drives.

Introducing the Intel Compute Card!

The Intel Compute Card is a modular computer that will fit into a variety of devices. You can pull it out of one device and slot it into another.

ASUS Chairman Jonney Shih shows off their secret project Kukuna.

Intel also showed off their new Optane technology.

Intel officially announces the Intel Core-X Series Processor Family with up to 18 cores per CPU!

Intel also announced the Intel Core i9 processors, with X-Series and Extreme editions.

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The Computex Taipei 2017 Live Coverage (Day 1)

Team ARP is on the ground at Taipei to cover Computex Taipei 2017 LIVE on the Tech ARP Facebook page and this article. Computex Taipei 2017 begins today, May 30, 2017 and will run for five full days. So join us for our live coverage every day, until June 2!

This article will be updated live with pictures and details as and when they come in. Videos will be inserted at the end of every night, as they take time to process and upload.

 

Day 1 Schedule

The first day of Computex 2017 is the busiest day of the event. We are scheduled for back-to-back major events from morning until evening!

11:30 AM – 1 PM : NVIDIA AI Keynote by NVIDIA CEO,  Jensen Huang

2:00 PM – 3:00 PM : Intel Keynote by Gregory Bryant, VP & GM of the Intel Client Computing Group

3:30 PM – 4:30 PM : Dell Computex 2017 Press Conference

5:00 PM – 6:00 PM : NVIDIA Computex 2017 Press Conference

 

Computex Taipei 2017 Kicks Off!

Finally… after a damn long delay on take off, and a missed approach on landing, I’m finally on Taiwanese soil! ?

The ticket into Computex 2017…

The entire first day will be spent in the Taipei 101 half of Computex Taipei 2017.

This year, Taipei is not as hot as last year’s inferno of a weather. Phew!

Next Page > NVIDIA AI Keynote by NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang

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NVIDIA AI Keynote by NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang

Catch our full coverage and the complete video of this keynote here!

First stop of the day – the NVIDIA AI Forum keynote. Jensen Huang is upstairs polishing his keynote while the crowd grows downstairs.

With the Japanese contingent waiting to storm up the escalator to the 3rd floor hall.

Everyone’s green as an ogre…

NVIDIA Jensen Huang arrives for his eagerly awaited keynote on AI and related NVIDIA technologies.

Jensen Huang announces Project Holodeck!

Jensen Huang shows off a notebook using the new GeForce GTX with Max Q design.

Jensen Huang introduces Volta – the new Tesla V100 accelerator. That’s 120 TFLOPS of compute performance courtesy of 5,120 CUDA cores.

And this is the NVIDIA HGX server with EIGHT NVIDIA Tesla V100 accelerators producing 960 TFLOPS!

Jensen Huang showing off the new Tesla V100 accelerator module. It is the largest GPU ever built!

The NVIDIA GPU Cloud is revealed!

NVIDIA also introduced their robotics platform – the Isaac Initiative, named after Isaac Asimov.

The Isaac Initiative will be built around NVIDIA Jetson 2 and the Isaac Robot Simulator, which allows the robots to train themselves in a virtual world.

Catch our full coverage and the complete video of this keynote here!

Next Page > Intel Keynote by Gregory Bryant

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Intel Keynote by Gregory Bryant

Catch our full coverage and the complete video of this keynote here!

Gregory Bryant from Intel announces the Intel Xeon Platinum family of scalable server processors.

Intel also announced the Low Power Series of their 2nd Gen 3D NAND SSD drives.

Introducing the Intel Compute Card!

The Intel Compute Card is a modular computer that will fit into a variety of devices. You can pull it out of one device and slot it into another.

ASUS Chairman Jonney Shih shows off their secret project Kukuna.

Intel also showed off their new Optane technology.

Intel officially announces the Intel Core-X Series Processor Family with up to 18 cores per CPU!

Intel also announced the Intel Core i9 processors, with X-Series and Extreme editions.

Catch our full coverage and the complete video of this keynote here!

Next Page > Dell Computex 2017 Press Conference

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Dell Computex 2017 Press Conference

Catch our full coverage and the complete video of this keynote here!

At the Dell Computex 2017 press conference, Ray Mak showed off the first and only AOI powered by the AMD Ryzen 7 processor – the Dell Inspiron 27 7000.

Ray also showed off a smaller AMD A10-powered AIO model – the Dell Inspiron 24 5000.

AMD President & CEO Dr. Lisa Su even came up to talk about their partnership with Dell.

Catch our full coverage and the complete video of this keynote here!

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NVIDIA Computex 2017 Press Conference

At the NVIDIA pre-briefing showcase, they showed off the NVIDIA DGX Station.

NVIDIA also demoed the new NVIDIA GPU Cloud.

They also showed off a closer demo of the Isaac training simulation for robots.

After the briefing on NVIDIA GeForce GTX with Max-Q, NVIDIA showed off their upcoming G-Sync HDR monitor.

From the NVIDIA Max-Q tech briefing – it’s about peak EFFICIENCY, not maximum performance.

NVIDIA WhisperMode is also about efficiency, but will be available by end of June for all GeForce 10 series graphics cards.

Here are the first 3 notebooks to debut with the NVIDIA Max-Q technology.

Next > The Computex 2017 Live Coverage (Day 2)

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