The Intel Booth really had a lot going on, but one of the more interesting things that I saw a new connectivity product. USB 3.0 seems to be a big hit at the show, but this new connectivity product uses fiber, which we all know is much, much faster!. We were shown a small PCI-E device that had 4 ports on it that you could use to connect pretty much anything. Intel talked about displays, storage, etc. all using this technology. Maybe this is why Intel has chosen not to support USB 3.0 in their chipsets until 2011? We were not given a list of partners, but Intel says they already have partners on board for this new technology.
The remainder of Intel’s booth was various products that showcase Intel’s technology.