The Portable Revolution

Donovan, John
October 2007
Portable Design;Oct2007, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p5
The article offers information about the activities geared for the information technology (IT) industry in the U.S. Some of the activities include Intel Developers Forum (IDF) in San Francisco, California, the Power Architecture Developer Conference (PADC), the Silicon Hills Summit in Austin, Texas, The ARM Developers' Conference and the Portable Design Conference and Exhibition in Santa Clara, California. It notes that the Portable Design conference is more than just a reunion of new event because it includes the presentation of new innovative designs made by engineers. The semiconductor valley provides the necessary fundings for smart people to start and make smart products. Also discussed are the developments of the industry.


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