On August 22, 2000, at a developer conference in San Jose, Intel ran a technology demonstration of its Pentium 4 processor. It runs at 1.4 GHz initially and is touted as being designed from the ground up for "computing on the Internet", plus other improvements to benefit speech recognition, 3-D graphics, imaging, and multitasking. The major improvements are being rolled together under the moniker "NetBurst"TM, and include: