Intel to discontinue a few mobile processors

Posted on Saturday, November 08 2003 @ 0:21 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Intel announced the discontinuance of the following processors : The 1.10GHz low voltage and 1.30GHz Pentium M and also the 1.80GHz Mobile Celeron.

But the Pentium M 1.10GHz LV in tray media will continue to be supported by the Intel Communications Group for Embedded Applications.

Tray Pentium M Tray Mobile Celeron Boxed Intel Pentium M
Product discontinuance program support begins: Oct 24, 2003 Oct 24, 2003 Oct 24, 2003
Product discontinuance demand to local intel representative due: Jan 16, 2004 Jan 16, 2004 N/A
Orders for discontinued products become non-cancelable on: Jan 16, 2004 Jan 16, 2004 Jan 16, 2004
Last corporate commit product hot list date: Apr 06, 2004 Apr 06, 2004 Apr 06, 2004
Last product discontinuance order date: Apr 16, 2004 Apr 16, 2004 Apr 16, 2004
Last product discontinuance shipment date: Apr 15, 2005 Oct 15, 2004 Jul 16, 2004
Intel communications group support continues date: Oct 24, 2003 N/A N/A

The reason for the discontinuance is because they are all replaced by new and better performing models.

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