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Shaping the Future of Computing Fred Pollack (fred. pollack@intel. com) Intel Fellow and Director Shaping the Future of Computing Fred Pollack (fred. [email protected] com) Intel Fellow and Director of Microprocessor Research Labs February 2000

Agenda l. Mission l. Key technology challenges l. Direction l. Summary Page 2 Rev Agenda l. Mission l. Key technology challenges l. Direction l. Summary Page 2 Rev 2. 2 MRL intel ®

Intel’s Strategy: Be the building block supplier to the Internet economy Client Platform Page Intel’s Strategy: Be the building block supplier to the Internet economy Client Platform Page 3 Rev 2. 2 MRL Network Infrastructure Server Platform Solutions & Services intel ®

Mission of MRL l. Intel Architecture Focus l. Develop key technologies for future microprocessors Mission of MRL l. Intel Architecture Focus l. Develop key technologies for future microprocessors and platforms ahead of MPG’s product development groups l. Develop new uses and users for our microprocessors focused on internet environment l. Drive Page 4 Rev 2. 2 MRL University Research in the above intel ®

Core Technology Trends l. New Challenges in Process Technology Scaling l. Power – not Core Technology Trends l. New Challenges in Process Technology Scaling l. Power – not Mfg – limit traditional general purpose microarchitecture improvements l Internet, Wireless, High-Performance CPUs, etc facilitate new Computing Models beyond PCs Page 5 Rev 2. 2 MRL intel ®

Technology Challenges l Microprocessor l Circuits l Communications l Video, l New Vision, Speech Technology Challenges l Microprocessor l Circuits l Communications l Video, l New Vision, Speech models of computing Goal: Lower-cost, lower-power, and higher performance computing Page 6 Rev 2. 2 MRL intel ®

Microprocessor Technical Challenges l High Performance Microarchitecture – Workload-optimized performance » Scalar integer (single-thread) Microprocessor Technical Challenges l High Performance Microarchitecture – Workload-optimized performance » Scalar integer (single-thread) » Throughput oriented (multi-thread, MP) » Application-specific u Database, Web server u Human Interface u Communications – Advanced performance simulation engines » Flexible environment for microarchitecture prototyping (C-based) l Compilers – advanced optimization techniques for IA 64 – multithreading – dynamic compilation – binary re-compilation Page 7 Rev 2. 2 MRL intel ®

Microprocessor Technical Challenges l Developing technologies beyond just increasing general purpose MIPS, e. g: Microprocessor Technical Challenges l Developing technologies beyond just increasing general purpose MIPS, e. g: – special-purpose MIPS--MMX™, SSE™ technologies – security, privacy – integration l Maintain IA 32/IA 64 Competitiveness and Differentiation Page 8 Rev 2. 2 MRL intel ®

Low Power, High Performance Circuits Enable 30% supply voltage scaling each technology generation Transistor Low Power, High Performance Circuits Enable 30% supply voltage scaling each technology generation Transistor Performance at low Vdd Page 9 Rev 2. 2 MRL Circuit topologies for low supply voltage Reduction High speed Signaling, in load capacitance on and off Chip Body bias and leakage control techniques intel ®

Communications l Objective: – Reduce cost of broadband & wireless communication – While maintaining Communications l Objective: – Reduce cost of broadband & wireless communication – While maintaining real-time performance l Enable range of programmable wireless capabilities in notebooks – To allow notebook to smoothly move between different wireless environments l Make Page 10 Rev 2. 2 MRL a fundamental core platform capability intel ®

The Challenges-New Computing Models l. Moving from machine based to human based Computing l. The Challenges-New Computing Models l. Moving from machine based to human based Computing l. Moving from data computing to knowledge computing l. Computing available at anytime and anywhere Page 11 Rev 2. 2 MRL intel ®

The Core Technologies that Will Shape the Future of Computing l Internet is the The Core Technologies that Will Shape the Future of Computing l Internet is the backbone and data source l XML l Wireless: Home. RF, Bluetooth, G 3 Cellular l Broadband: Cable, x. DSL, Satellite l Video, 3 D Graphics l Speech, Natural Language Understanding, Vision l Jini, UPn. P, Inferno for Distributed Computing l Increasing Processor Performance Page 12 Rev 2. 2 MRL intel ®

Direction l. Looking at Non-PC Computing Models for New Uses and Users l. Many Direction l. Looking at Non-PC Computing Models for New Uses and Users l. Many new/emerging technologies will shape the future of computing –Expect a lot of experimentation Page 13 Rev 2. 2 MRL intel ®

Smart Visual Computing l Prototype New Usage Models and Environment –Internet Media: Scene. Grid, Smart Visual Computing l Prototype New Usage Models and Environment –Internet Media: Scene. Grid, CDS, Smart mobile environment, Office of the future, Large scale information visualization l Compelling Applications –Video navigation, Visual input, etc. l Enabling Technique/Infrastructure –MPL, CVL, Media I/O - (Hydra, Lightening 2), CML, Digital Watermark for MPEG, etc. l Technology Research –Easy-to-use video, digital watermark, vision algorithms, interactive image/video/graphics. Page 14 rendering, etc. Rev 2. 2 MRL intel ®

Speech Research l Realize intelligent, connected, listening, talking and seeing computing devices l Develop Speech Research l Realize intelligent, connected, listening, talking and seeing computing devices l Develop next generation human-computer interface in HW & SW technology l Develop network-based intelligent knowledge decision support system l Collaborate Page 15 Rev 2. 2 MRL inside & outside Intel on technology R&D intel ®

MRL Research Direction l Develop 0. 10µ Circuit technology (power, speed, density, SER) l MRL Research Direction l Develop 0. 10µ Circuit technology (power, speed, density, SER) l Develop next generation cost/power-efficient µarch/compiler techniques for IA l Develop core platform technologies for IA platforms (eg in security/privacy, RAS, Signaling, Interconnect) l Develop core technology for increasing the efficiency of the storage hierarchy l Develop core human interface technologies for Internet Computing (speech, TTS, NLP, video, vision, pen, etc) – Smart Computing l Drive Page 16 Rev 2. 2 MRL University Research in the Above intel ®

MRL Labs (Santa Clara, California; Hillsboro, Oregon; Beijing, China; Haifa, Israel) l. Circuit Technology MRL Labs (Santa Clara, California; Hillsboro, Oregon; Beijing, China; Haifa, Israel) l. Circuit Technology – Hillsboro; Shekhar Borkar; shekhar. y. [email protected] com l. Architecture – IA 64; Santa Clara; Ralph Kling (acting); ralph. m. [email protected] com – IA 32; Haifa; Ronny Ronen; ronny. [email protected] com – IA 64+Storage-Hierarchy; Hillsboro; Konrad Lai; konrad. [email protected] com – John Shen joining us in July l. New & Emerging Platforms – Hillsboro; Wen-Hann Wang; wen-hann. [email protected] com l. Privacy/Security – Hillsboro; Ticky Thakkar; ticky. [email protected] com Page 17 Rev 2. 2 MRL intel ®

MRL Labs (cont’d) l. Compilers and Java – Santa Clara; Jesse Fang; jesse. z. MRL Labs (cont’d) l. Compilers and Java – Santa Clara; Jesse Fang; jesse. z. [email protected] com l. Graphics, Video, Vision – Santa Clara; Bob Liang; bob. [email protected] com l. Speech, Natural Language Understanding – Beijing; Robert Yung; robert. [email protected] com l. Me and my Admin – Santa Clara; Judith Anthony; judith. c. [email protected] com – In-the-Air; Fred Pollack; fred. [email protected] com Page 18 Rev 2. 2 MRL intel ®

Summary: The Challenge & Opportunity To Shape the Future of Computing Page 19 Rev Summary: The Challenge & Opportunity To Shape the Future of Computing Page 19 Rev 2. 2 MRL intel ®