1 Desktop Reinvented Lisa Graff Vice President and General Manager Desktop Client Platforms Group
2 Today s Announcements New software for All-in-One PCs Intel Ready Mode Technology Four new overclocking products for enthusiasts
3 From Intel s earnings Jan Q4 13 results: On a year over year basis, Intel s desktop processor volume was up 7%. We saw overall PC units a little bit higher and that was really desktop... broad based across desktops. -Stacy Smith, Intel CFO, Jan 2014 Full year 2013: All-time record Core i5 and i7 unit shipments -Brian Krzanich, Intel CEO, Jan 2014 It was all in ones and corporate and consumer, everything was just a little stronger on the desktop side -Stacy Smith, Intel CFO, Jan 2014 We are well on our way to reinventing the personal computer - Stacy Smith, Intel CFO, Jan 2014
4 Why Reinvent the Desktop? 1. Desktop is big 2. Key Segments are growing strongly AIO CAGR % 3. Record high-end desktop shipments Record Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processor shipments* Source: DCP Finance and IDC Guidance Source: IDC, March 2014 *Source: Intel
5 Intel s Desktop Strategy 1. Reinvent the Desktop in Growth Segments Accelerate All-in-One Maximize Enthusiast segment Grow in business with Mini/Tiny PCs Explore new segments 2. Deliver compelling experiences for Desktop 3. Innovate for future leadership
6 Focus For Today Form Factor Reinvented Experience Reinvented Product Reinvented
7 Desktop Innovation Accelerating >10 Years Ago >5 Years Ago Today AIO with Touch
8 All-In-Wonderful sleek, stylish and space-saving amazing desktop-class performance Immerse yourself when working, creating, gaming, or watching your favorite videos Huge adjustable HD touch screen upright to lay flat Shared multi-user PC 8
9 Journey to Reinvent the Desktop Research, Innovation, and Investment Source: Intel Market Research
10 Announcing 12 New paio Multi-User, Multi-Touch Applications Total over 170+ applications
11 Reinventing the Tower Mini/Tiny-PCs Tower Mini/Tiny-PC Compute that can fit anywhere
12 Taking the desktop to small spaces in new places Other names and brands are property of others. For Your Games In the (Coffee) Bar: Perceptual Computing Kiosk In Your Home: Media Hub Cross-Site Collaboration On a Farm: Energy generator On Your Car: painting In Your Bar: Point of pour On Wall Street Everywhere!
13 Focus For Today Form Factor Reinvented Experience Reinvented Product Reinvented
14 NO WIRES USER INTERFACE Bringing New Experiences to the PC Touch Voice Assistance 3D Depth Camera No Passwords Wireless Display Amazing Battery Life HD Displays Intel Iris Graphics Dt photo STUNNING VISUALS
15 Announcing Intel Ready Mode Technology A new power friendly (<10W), readily available experience for Desktop PCs 1 Intel Ready Mode Technology is a capability that takes advantage of new power-saving states in Intel s 4th gen Core desktop processor combined with software and board level optimizations which enable OEM desktop computers that are instantly ready and always connected while sipping power 1 C7 states enabling lower idle power + or OEM software Design guides to optimize idle power consumption OEM systems available today with more on their way 1 Requires the purchase of Intel Ready Mode Technology-enabled desktop PC or motherboard, a genuine Intel processor, internet connection, Windows* 7 or Windows* 8 OS, and 3rd party software. Results dependent upon hardware, applications installed, internet connectivity, setup and configuration. Performance may vary based upon hardware, applications installed, internet connectivity, setup and configuration. Enables an OEM to meet energy regulations per published testing guidelines from global energy regulatory bodies. 2 Fujitsu launched Low Power Active Mode with less than 5 Watt system power consumption in 2013 on select models leveraging Intel CPU and design guides.
16 Family memories are scattered in the device explosion One Personal Computing Device Many Personal Computing Devices Average mature market household has more than 8 CE devices Average emerging market household has 2-3 CE devices Source: TNS: Global Device Density Numbers. 2013
17 Intel Ready Mode Technology your desktop instantly ready and always connected while sipping power 1 Intel Ready Mode Technology -enabled desktop computers 3 rd party applications Automatically sync and store your photos when you walk in your home 1 Your media is readily available to stream to devices in your home 1 Get that important file from your PC when you are away from the office 1 Lower TCO for your business by replacing costly IP phone don t miss a incoming call 1 1 Requires the purchase of Intel Ready Mode Technology-enabled desktop PC or motherboard, a genuine Intel processor, internet connection, Windows* 7 or Windows* 8 OS, and 3rd party software. Results dependent upon hardware, applications installed, internet connectivity, setup and configuration. Performance may vary based upon hardware, applications installed, internet connectivity, setup and configuration.
18 Focus For Today Form Factor Reinvented Experience Reinvented Product Reinvented
19 Intel Extreme Masters World Championship Season 8 Katowice, Poland from March th, 2014 New record for peak concurrent >540k live streams!
20 Other names and brands are property of others. Emmett Shear Founder and CEO, Twitch
21 Intel Desktop Product Line Consumer Platforms Extreme Uncompromised platform technology Excellent computing throughput and bandwidth Overclocking flexibility and tuning options Performance High-performance systems with Turbo Boost Includes unlocked SKUs for overclocking Intel Iris Pro Graphics and Intel HD Graphics Mainstream Smart, multi-tasking performance Intel HD Graphics Low power options for small form factor PCs Entry Entry-level for cost-sensitive customers Quality, reliability, and performance Intel HD Graphics
22 Extreme Edition Innovation Continues Single Core 1.7M Transistors 130nm process First dual core 90nm process First quad core 65nm process First 6 core 32nm process 6 Cores / 12 Threads 1.86B Transistors 22nm process 2014? 20X Compute Performance Since 2003! 1 1 Source: Intel. Estimate based on SPECint_rate_base2000 comparing Intel P4P EE 3.2GHz (2003) to Intel Core i7-4960x (2013)
23 New Intel Core i7 Processor Extreme Edition Available 2H 2014 First Intel 8-core desktop processor First desktop platform supporting DDR4 memory Supported by new Intel X99 chipset
24 Unlocked 5th Gen Intel Core processor with Intel Iris Pro Sneak Peek Unlocked 5 th Gen Core processors (codenamed Broadwell) for Desktop on Intel 9 Series Chipset For the first time bringing Intel Iris Pro Graphics to Desktop socketed unlocked processors Based on the 14nm manufacturing process Bringing 5 th Gen Intel Core processor to Desktop
25 New Intel Pentium Anniversary Edition Available Mid-Year 2014 Unlocked version Now with Intel Quick Sync Video Supported by both Intel 8 and 9 Series Chipsets Celebrating over 20 years of the Pentium brand
26 New Unlocked 4th Gen Intel Core Processor Codename: Devil s Canyon; Available Mid-Year 2014 Improved thermal interface material (TIM) Updated packaging materials Supported by new Intel 9 Series chipset Re-engineered for Enhanced Performance and Overclocking
27 Summary - Desktop Reinvented Form Factor Reinvented: Intel innovating and investing in processors, platforms and applications in growing segments such as AIO & mini PCs Experience Reinvented: Intel Ready Mode technology- your desktop instantly ready and always connected while sipping power 1 Product Reinvented: Intel is invigorating the desktop roadmap with 4 new enthusiast platforms New unlocked 4th Gen Intel Core processor codenamed Devil s Canyon mid 2014 New unlocked Intel Pentium Anniversary Edition - mid 2014 New Intel Core i7 Processor Extreme Edition - more cores (8) and faster memory (DDR4) - 2H 14 First Iris graphics on DT socketed cpus - unlocked 5th Gen Intel Core processor with Iris Pro 1 Requires the purchase of Intel Ready Mode Technology-enabled desktop PC or motherboard, a genuine Intel processor, internet connection, Windows* 7 or Windows* 8 OS, and 3rd party software. Results dependent upon hardware, applications installed, internet connectivity, setup and configuration. Performance may vary based upon hardware, applications installed, internet connectivity, setup and configuration.
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