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New chips to be shown off at IDF

Posted on Monday, September 14 2009 @ 18:41:00 CEST by

Intel gives a preview of what to expect at next week's IDF:
  • The omnipresent Core-branded family of laptop and desktop processors -- including our next-generation, 32-nanometer process technology "Westmere" or "Dales" chips, and "Sandy Bridge" after that. The Dales will add another first in Intel's rich history, integrating graphics into our processor products for the first time, increasing performance in areas like videos, and lowering costs.

  • Intel Turbo Technology - a processor that adapts to you? Turbo Boost can automatically adjust processing performance based on the type of work or fun you're doing on your computer for a quick boost in performance and/or better energy efficiency. Playing a high-end game and doing other things at the same time? We can throw all four processing cores at that. Doing one task that requires a single boost of processing power? Done.

  • Incredible battery life advancements -- where we've added a multitude of electricity-saving features inside our Core chips, under the battle-cry HUGI, or "huggy" - Hurry Up and Get Idle. All in our quest to maximize the amount of time between re-charging our laptops. In fact, today's Intel laptop chips go idle even in between keystrokes.

  • A multitude of business-class features -- for some of our vPro desktop and laptop PCs and popular Xeon-based servers, including virtualization, security, anti-theft technology and remote computer repair. Those features, and added performance, let CIOs recoup their server investments in months versus years.

  • Larrabee - the codename of an upcoming family of Intel products that ultimately will have numerous processing and graphics engines inside one chip and provide stunning visual computing experiences.

  • Smarter System on Chips (SoCs) - the ability to both tailor and integrate even more technologies into tiny chips for a variety of computing devices.



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