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Intel’s Justin Rattner on New Laser Chip Business

Justin Rattner, who just stepped down as Intel CTO, discusses mobile computing and the future of Moore’s Law. Intel came to dominate computing by consistently beating others at packing transistors ever more densely onto chips for desktop computers and servers. Show More Summary

Intel Technology Chief Rattner to Step Down

One of the most familiar faces at Intel events, Justin Rattner, is giving up the post of chief technology officer at the giant chip maker.

Intel Just Forced Its CTO To Step Down Because He's Too Old (INTC)

Intel's chief technology officer Justin Rattner has resigned from his position due to an Intel policy that forbids corporate officers to be older than 65. Rattner is on an extended leave, but will return to Intel at a later date in an unknown capacity. Show More Summary

Intel Technology Chief Rattner to Step Down

One of the most familiar faces at Intel events, Justin Rattner, is giving up the post of chief technology officer at the giant chip maker.

Intel CTO Justin Rattner steps down after turning 65

Intel's corporate bylines dictate that "employees may not serve as corporate officers past the age of 65."

Intel's CTO Justin Rattner stepping down

Intel's CTO and director of its labs Justin Rattner is stepping down to meet a requirement under the company's bylaws that employees cannot serve as corporate officers after the age of 65. Rattner will, however, return to Intel at aShow More Summary

Intel's Top-Secret Lab Is Working On Google Glass-Like Gadgets (INTC)

In 2012, Intel spent $10.1 billion on research and development, making it one of the biggest R&D spenders in the world. Half of that money goes to wildly experimental tech, Justin Rattner, Intel CTO said Monday on stage at the Bloomberg Next Big Thing Summit. Show More Summary

Is A Turnaround Brewing With Intel Corporation (INTC)’s Haswell?

Speaking with Siliconrepublic.com, Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC)‘s  chief technology officer, Justin Rattner, predicted that Intel’s forthcoming energy-efficient Haswell processors will revive the demand for PC devices, such as Ultrabooks and hybrids. Show More Summary

Intel working on a new system to boost Stephen Hawking’s typing speed by 10x

After meeting with Hawking himself, Intel's CTO Justin Rattner is spearheading a project to improve Hawking's computer system, allowing for an increase in words per minute typing speed. The research team is set on getting Hawking back up to his previous five words per minute. If all goes well, the system might even boost that number upwards of ten.

Q&A: Intel Tech Chief Rattner Peers Into the Future

What does the future of computing look like? Intel's chief technology officer Justin Rattner has a better inkling than most.

Intel Wants You To Fall In Love With Tech (Again)

Not too many people get excited by microprocessors, and that’s a problem for Intel. “The customer in general isn’t just interested in buying technology,” says Justin Rattner, Corporate VP and head of Intel Labs, sounding a bit more like Steve Jobs than Andy Grove. Show More Summary

Intel Talks Up Digital Radio, Eliminating Notebook Cables

On the third day of Intel‘s (INTC) “Developer Forum” in San Francisco, chief technology officer Justin Rattner focused on the company’s efforts in wireless technology. Rattner showed off a prototype chip called “Rosepoint.” It is part of what Rattner calls “Moore’s Radio,” a play on the chip principle “Moore’s Law,” which says that transistors increase [...]

Intel Developer Forum 2012 - Justin Rattner Keynote Live Blog

The last day of IDF is always reserved for the Intel technology research keynote. This keynote has nothing to do with product announcements, or roadmap updates for the next year, it's a look into the future 5 - 10 years from now. And we're here live blogging it. The Justin Rattner keynote should get underway in about 10 minutes.

Intel research hopes to give computers human smarts, appreciate our idiosyncrasies

3 years agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

Intel's chief technology officer, Justin Rattner, doesn't own a smartphone. Well, not by his definition anyway. Talking in Tel Aviv, Rattner was evangelizing about the opportunities in machine learning, and outlining the goals of the firm's Collaborative Research Institute for Computational Intelligence. Show More Summary

Justin Rattner aims to change our relationship with technology – IDF Keynote 2010

Justin Rattner, Intel CTO and director, Intel Labs, presented a compelling vision of the future in his IDF 2010 keynote yesterday entitled, Context: How it Will Really Change Everything. Justin outlined how context will be used to capture information about … Continue reading ?

Wireless Power & “Sensitive” Robots: videos from IDF

Justin Rattner gave a pretty fascinating keynote at IDF today about what he thought the big advances would be by 2050. He included three demonstrations from some out-there research that is happening in some of intel’s “Lab-lets” in Seattle and … Continue reading ?

Rattner’s Virtual World’s Keynote: Research Reflections on IDF Day 3

Thursday, our CTO Justin Rattner gave a keynote on virtual worlds and the emergence of what he called the 3D Internet. The 3D Internet Rattner described is the mushrooming social world of multiplayer online games, of complex animations for medicine … Continue reading ?

Intel at ISSCC '12: More Research into Near Threshold Voltage

At IDF last year Intel's Justin Rattner demonstrated a 32nm test chip based on Intel's original Pentium architecture that could operate near its threshold voltage. The power consumption of the test chip was so low that the demo was powered by a small solar panel. Show More Summary

Reinventing DRAM with the Hybrid Memory Cube

Today, Intel CTO Justin Rattner is demonstratingthe Hybrid Memory Cube, the fastest and most efficient Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM) ever built. I want to give you some background on how and why we collaborated with Micron on this new … Continue reading ?

A Solar Powered IA Core? No Way!

Today Intel CTO Justin Rattner is demonstratingone of our latest research achievements – an experimental IA microprocessor capable of unprecedented low-power operation. This technology, which we call the Near Threshold Voltage Processor (codenamed Claremont), is a concept IA processor core … Continue reading ?

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