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A look at what's on at IDF 2012

What to expect at the Intel Developer Forum, San Francisco

The Intel Developer Forum, which is taking place in San Francisco from September 11th to 13th, aims to bring the technology industry together to hear about Intel’s latest advances.

So what’s going on at IDF 2012 San Francisco?

The event, which is aimed at software developers, hardware developers and technology managers, will be packed with a mix of keynotes, technical sessions and technology showcases.

There are Intel Pavillions for different sectors, such as the Advanced Technology Zone, Industry Education Zone, Mobile Devices and Communications and more.

Firms such as IBM, EMC, HP, Lenovo, Samsung and Rambus and VMware, amongst others, sponsor the event and will also be exhibiting.

Here’s a bit more on the keynote for each day:

Tuesday, September 11

"Reinventing Computing – Collaborating to Shape the Future From Datacenter to Devices"

9:00am-10:00am Level 3 Keynote Hall

David Perlmutter, Executive Vice President, General Manager, Intel Architecture Group, Chief Product Officer

Wednesday, September 12

"Security and Services in an Age of Transparent Computing"

9:00am-10:00am Level 3 Keynote Hall

Renée James, Senior Vice President, General Manager, Software and Services Group

Thursday, September 13

"Connecting to the Future"

9:00am-10:00am Level 3 Keynote Hall

Justin Rattner, Intel Chief Technology Officer

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