• NYC local event: UNIGROUP 14-JAN-2016 (*2nd THU*) Intel CPU Architectur

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    Unigroup is THIS WEEK on a SPECIAL 2nd THURSDAY Evening...
    Please RSVP if you will be attending...

    UNIGROUP OF NEW YORK - UNIX USERS GROUP - JANUARY 2016 ANNOUNCEMENTS ====================================================================


    Topic: Intel CPU Architecture Technology Roadmap

    Speakers: Charles Milo,
    Enterprise Technical Specialist, Enterprise Solution Sales,
    Intel Americas, Inc.

    When: Thursday, January 14th, 2016 (** Regular 3rd Thursday **)

    Where: The Cooper Union <http://www.cooper.edu>
    School of Engineering
    41 Cooper Square (3rd Ave @ 7th St, bet. 6th & 7th Sts)
    East Village, Manhattan
    New York City
    Meeting Room: 502_CS (** 5th Floor **)

    Time: 6:15 PM - 6:30 PM Registration
    6:30 PM - 6:45 PM Ask the Wizard, Questions,
    Answers and Current Events
    6:45 PM - 7:00 PM Unigroup Business and Announcements
    7:00 PM - 9:30 PM Main Presentation

    Cost: See the Meeting+Membership Fee Schedule Below.


    Unigroup wishes you a Happy New Year 2016!

    ** For January 2016, Unigroup's meeting is happening ONE WEEK
    EARLIER than normal (on the 2nd Thursday), due to easier
    classroom availability at that time.

    Unigroup is pleased to announce our January 2016 meeting, which
    will cover the latest Intel CPU Architecture Roadmaps.
    Unigroup's Intel Contact, Charles Milo, will be back to update
    us regarding the latest CPU features, and what to look for in
    the newest CPU releases.

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    Metro Unix/Linux/BSD Users Community for over 30 years!



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    Topic: Intel CPU Architecture Technology Roadmap

    Introduction & Description of Talk:

    This presentation will present the latest Intel IA-64 and IA-32
    Processor Architecture Roadmaps.

    Additional details To-Be-Announced.

    [Tentative] Presentation Outline

    - Intel's Technology Programs
    - Intel's latest Tick/Tock Technology Strategy
    - Server CPU Architecture Roadmap
    - HPC CPU (Phi) Architecture Roadmap
    - Embedded CPU Architecture Roadmap
    - Desktop CPU Architecture Roadmap
    - Mobile CPU Architecture Roadmap
    - Update on Ethernet and WiFi Networking Technology
    - Update on RAID and SSD Storage Technology
    - To-Be-Announced.
    - Some topics will have to be "as time permits".

    References & Web Resources:

    Intel Main Web Page


    Speaker Biography

    ([Tentative] from Charles Milo's last visit to Unigroup...)

    Charles Milo is an Enterprise Technical Specialist with Intel
    Americas. He has been at Intel 15+ years and is a member of Intel
    Americas Senior Staff. Charles covers many of the large financial
    customers in the NYC area. Charles has been responsible for technical
    presentations & trainings, benchmarking, performance tuning and
    competitive analysis and software products and solutions that support
    Intel architectures. Charles has been deeply involved in understanding
    customer issues and provides feedback to Intel architects on the next
    generation Intel processors. Due to his outstanding knowledge of Intel
    systems, he has received three of the most prestige awards from Intel,
    Intel's Customer Excellence and Intel's Achievement Award and Intel's
    Hall of Fame Award.


    Company Biography

    Intel Corporation was founded in 1968 and is based in Santa Clara,
    California. The company designs, manufactures, and sells integrated
    circuits for computing and communications industries worldwide. Intel
    is best known for producing the microprocessors used in notebooks,
    netbooks, desktops, servers, workstations, storage products, embedded
    applications, communications products, consumer electronics devices,
    and handhelds. In addition, Intel offers NAND flash memory products
    primarily used in portable memory storage devices, digital camera
    memory cards, and solid-state drives; network processors used in
    networking equipment to manage and direct data moving across networks
    and the Internet; software products, including operating systems,
    middleware, and tools used to develop, run, and manage various
    enterprise, consumer, embedded, and handheld devices. Intel has been
    the driving force behind the global technology revolution for more
    than 40 years. Today, Intel is shaping the future with life-enhancing
    technologies that solve real-world problems and inspire the next
    generation of innovators.



    Addison-Wesley Professional/Prentice Hall PTR, and O'Reilly have
    been kind enough to provide us with review copies of some of their
    books, which we will continue to raffle off as giveaways at our
    meetings. The publishers always ask that the persons receiving
    the books provide a review and/or feedback about their books.

    Unigroup would like to thank both companies for the support
    provided by their User Group programs.

    As always, all of the books will be available for review at the
    start of the meeting.


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    Complimentary Food and Refreshments will be served.

    This normally includes "wraps" such as turkey, roast beef,
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    (potato, tossed, pasta, etc), cookies, brownies, bottled water
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    [Tentatively] Our thanks go to Intel for sponsoring the food
    service for this meeting!



    The Cooper Union <http://www.cooper.edu>
    School of Engineering (*** New Building ***)
    41 Cooper Square (3rd Avenue @ 7th St, between 6th & 7th Streets)
    East Village, Manhattan
    New York City, 10003
    Meeting Room: ** (See Above, Room Changes Month-to-Month)

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    ** Formal Thank You's to our previous speakers will appear
    in an upcoming announcement. Unigroup issues a "Thank You"
    to all our speakers and sponsors!

    Our thanks goes to The Cooper Union School of Engineering,
    and its staff, for hosting our meetings.

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    We have a series of meetings in the works:
    - 20160114: Intel Processor Architecture Technology Roadmaps
    - 2016?? : What's new in the latest C/C++ Standards
    - Planning: Popular Linux Distribution Round-Up and Comparison
    (aka: Are there too many Linux Distributions?)
    - Planning: Building a Data Server with Oracle/Sun ZFS
    - Planning: Virtualization: KVM, Xen/XenServer, VirtualBox
    - Planning: DNS / Dynamic DNS
    - Planning: Fibrechannel and Infiniband Storage
    - Planning: IPsec and VPNs (possibly 2 meetings)
    - Planning: Cloud and Grid Computing
    - Planning: Unix/Linux Authentication
    - Planning: NO SPAM!
    - Planning: Crypto / PKI / GPG-PGP
    - Planning: The latest on *BSD (FreeBSD/NetBSD/OpenBSD)
    - Planning: The latest on Solaris
    - Planning: Anti-Virus
    - Unix/Linux/BSD Clusters and Clustered Databases
    - Patching and Updating Unix/Linux/BSD (rpm. yum, yast, apt, etc.)
    - Building Custom Kernels Unix/Linux/BSD
    - Building a Firewall using FreeBSD and Linux
    - LAMP Part 2 - PHP/Python
    - Unix 40th+ Birthday Celebration
    - Samba
    - High Performance Internet Servers / Web Acceleration
    - Unix Office Tools: Word Processors, Spreadsheets, Accounting Packages.
    - GNU Development Environments
    - iSCSI, and other new peripheral technologies
    - Java and/or JavaScript Programming
    - Web Development Frameworks

    ** Unigroup Needs Speakers!!
    Please let us know about any other meeting topics that you may be
    interested in. Potential speakers on Unix/Linux/BSD related
    technology topics should please contact the Unigroup Board.

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    Unigroup is one of the oldest and largest Unix User's Groups serving
    the Greater New York City Regional Area since the early 1980s.
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