Evolution of Mobile Computing

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DATE :  Tuesday, February 14th, 2012   ABSTRACT : 
David Perlmutter will discuss trends and observations in the mobile computing segments and touch on the changes that Intel has made, and is developing, to deliver compelling user experiences on Intel based solutions.
VENUE :  KPMG - 3975 Freedom Circle, Santa Clara, CA 95054  
Buffet Dinner, Networking & Exhibition
6:00-6:45pm Company Presentations
6:45-7:30pm Speaker Presentation, Q&A
Networking & Exhibition
David Perlmutter, Executive VP, GM, Architecture Group, Intel

David (Dadi) Perlmutter is executive vice president, general manager of the Intel Architecture Group (IAG) and chief product officer of Intel Corporation. He is responsible for Intel's platform solutions for all computing segments including datacenters, desktops, laptops, handhelds, embedded devices, and consumer electronics. Prior to his current role, Perlmutter was senior vice president and general manager of the Mobility Group, where he drove the creation of Intel's latest mobile products from the high-performance Intel® Core™ processor family to the low-power Intel® Atom™ processor family which enabled the netbook segment and allowed Intel to enter the ultra-low power handheld market. As vice president and general manager of the Mobile Platforms Group, he developed the first Intel® Centrino® brand processor technology, which grew the mobile business and became the foundation for all future mobile products. Previously, Perlmutter was vice president, Microprocessor Products Group, and general manager, Basic Microprocessor Division as well as the manager of the Intel Israel Development Center in Haifa, where he led the development of the Intel® Extended Temperature Pentium® processor with MMX™ technology and its mobile versions as well as other products. Perlmutter also led the development teams that designed the Intel® i387™ math coprocessor and the Intel® i860™ XP RISC processor that defined the initial direction for the Pentium processor microarchitecture.

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