AMD introduces new AMD Turion ML-40

Jun 22, 2005

AMD today introduced a new level of performance for highly mobile business professionals with AMD Turion 64 mobile technology model ML-40, the latest addition to AMD’s popular 64-bit processor family optimized for mobility.

AMD Turion 64 mobile technology is designed to bring award-winning AMD64 performance to thinner and lighter notebook PCs with extended system battery life, enhanced security, and compatibility with the latest graphics and wireless solutions. Offering outstanding performance in both 32-bit and 64-bit environments, AMD64 technology is a smart investment today that will not be obsolete tomorrow.

AMD Turion 64 mobile technology ML-40 is priced at $525 in 1,000-unit quantities.

“AMD Turion 64 mobile technology is the only available processor offering both 64 bits and enhanced security for thin and light notebook PCs, which are preferred by many business professionals,� said Marty Seyer, corporate vice president and general manager, Microprocessor Solutions Sector, AMD. “AMD’s open-standard architecture enables a platform that provides the industry's best options for wireless, graphics, 64 bits and security, while providing a smooth 64-bit migration path to IT buyers worldwide.�

The first notebook PC based on the latest AMD Turion 64 mobile technology model is being introduced today by HP. The HP Compaq nx6125 notebook PC, which is expected to be available worldwide starting this month, offers mobility, advanced security features, ease of use and real business value to the small to mid-size business professional.

“As a leading worldwide supplier of mobile business solutions, HP enables businesses to use technology for a competitive edge,� said Dan Forlenza, vice president, worldwide commercial notebooks, Personal Systems Group, HP. “We have chosen to incorporate the latest AMD Turion 64 mobile technology in our new business notebook PC in order to offer our customers a true choice in high-performance mobile computing that delivers an outstanding business value without sacrificing security, reliability and ease of use.�

Together with other industry leaders, AMD enables a best-in-class ecosystem of open industry-standard technologies, helping PC manufacturers to deliver feature-rich systems that satisfy the variety of ways in which people use their notebooks.

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