Intel Developer Forum Conference, Fall 2001
Architecting the Digital Universe
What is the Intel Developer Forum Conference?
The Intel Developer Forum Conference, Fall 2001 is the premier event for hardware and software developers seeking vital technology insight and a competitive advantage.Technologies evolve constantly. Successful developers must remain up-to-date as new technologies unfold. In continuing to be a leading and refreshing resource for developers, IDF conferences are held twice a year.
Spanning both software and hardware development, conference content addresses the evolution of technologies and products that comprise the Internet ecosystem and the digital universe. A broad array of topics, including desktop and mobile PC systems, servers, workstations, wired and wireless networks and hand held communications devices are covered in:
- More than 185 technical sessions and labs
- Demo Showcase: leading companies participating; Intel product demos
- Keynotes: Intel executives deliver key messages and vision each day
- Gold Sponsor sessions and General Interest sessions
For more information, go to the Intel Developer Forum Conference web site at http://developer.intel.com/idf/opc
Register now and use priority code OPCF01.
Register before August 3, 2001 and save $500.