Intel Expands Mobile Processor Offerings For Mainstream And Value Market Segment

April 12, 2004

INTEL DEVELOPER FORUM, TOKYO, April 7, 2004 - Intel Corporation introduced four processors for mobile PCs. The enhanced capabilities of these processors will enable end users to enjoy great mobile performance and extended battery life in thin-and-light notebooks.

Intel's new offerings are the Low Voltage Intel® Pentium® M processor at 1.30 GHz, the Ultra-Low Voltage Intel Pentium M processor at 1.10 GHz, the Intel Celeron® M processor at 1.40 GHz and the Ultra Low Voltage Intel Celeron M processor at 900 MHz. All four processors are based on Intel's micro-architecture designed specifically for mobile computing and built using the company's 0.13-micron manufacturing technology.

The Intel Pentium M processor, in conjunction with the Intel 855 chipset family and the Intel PRO/Wireless network connection family, is a key component of Intel Centrino™ mobile technology. The Intel Pentium M processor line features architectural enhancements such as a power-optimized 400 MHz system bus, Micro-Ops Fusion and Dedicated Stack Manager for faster execution of instructions at lower power.

The Intel Celeron M processor line represents a new generation of Intel technology for the mobility value market segment, offering users a balanced level of mobile-optimized processor technology and exceptional value in sleeker, lighter notebook designs. The processors are compatible with the Intel 855 chipset family as well as the Intel 852GM chipset to enable cost effective, scalable platforms for system manufacturers.

Intel has created a full line of notebook technologies, designed from the ground up for mobility. Intel Centrino mobile technology represents the combination of Intel's best notebook technologies, delivering true mobility by enabling breakthrough mobile performance, extended battery life, integrated wireless LAN capability and thinner, lighter notebook designs.

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