Intel has announced the opening in of a multicore processor technology laboratory in Haifa, Israel. The laboratory is to develop and run tests to allow independent software vendors (ISVs) to benchmark their applications on the Intel processors. Intel also demonstrated the use of its processors for graphical processing for the film industry. According to the presentations, film can be completely replaced by direct capture to disk with the processing at each stage done with Intel architecture platforms.

Intel has announced the opening in of a multicore processor technology laboratory in Haifa, Israel. The laboratory is to develop and run tests to allow independent software vendors (ISVs) to benchmark their applications on the Intel processors. Intel also demonstrated the use of its processors for graphical processing for the film industry. According to the presentations, film can be completely replaced by direct capture to disk with the processing at each stage done with Intel architecture platforms.