Sources at Taiwanese motherboard makers told DigiTimes that Intel will introduce the Chief River notebook platform in 2012. This platform will adopt 22nm Ivy Bridge processors and will feature native support for USB 3.0. Additionally, the site also offers some new info about Intel's netbook plans:
As for netbook platforms, Intel is set to mass produce the next generation Cedar Trail-M in the second quarter of 2011. Meanwhile the company is aiming to mass produce its Oak Trail platform for its Sleek Netbook segment targeting the tablet PC market in December 2010. The Oak Trail platform is a combination of Intel's Lincroft (Atom Z6xx series) processor with Whitney Point chipset.