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Intel Personal Server
Posted on 5-May-2003 11:13 | Tags Filed under: News



This is pretty much a futuristic project, and no commitments has been made yet. But is worth noting the use of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technologies here.

The Personal Server is a new class of mobile device that utilizes advances in processing, storage, and communication technologies to provide ubiquitous access to personal information and applications through the existing fixed infrastructure. The Personal Server possesses no display, allowing it to be smaller than traditional PDA-class devices; instead, it uses low-power short-range wireless for access to existing large-screen displays, such as those found on laptop computers or desktop PCs. Low-power high-performance mobile processing enables the Personal Server to continuously provide secure computation and allows proactive handling of data without the userís involvement. The local computing infrastructure supports the Personal Server not only by providing a display, but also by enabling access to other local resources such as printers, the internet, and high-performance desktop processing.


More information: http://www.intel.com/research/exploratory/per...




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