Anand Chandrasekher, vice president and general manager of the Mobile Platforms Group at Intel, mentionted during a keynote speech at the IDF that the company's first dual-core notebook processor, the Yonah, will be build using a 65nm process.
The Yonah will be supported by Intel's next-gen north bridge, codenamed Calistoga. Chandrasekher said that this chipset will feature a high-performance graphics core.
Intel’s new notebook platform, named Napa, will have the ICH7-M south bridge (I/O controller), which will have six PCIe interfaces. The new platform will have a new WLAN module, called Golan, and will support HT (hyper-threading) technology and VT security, said the Intel executive.