Intel unveils new processors and chipsets for embedded market segments

Posted on Tuesday, February 22 2005 @ 19:07 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Intel presented a serie of new embedded chips for usage in market segments such as communications infrastructure, industrial box and panel PCs and cars.

Today introduced were the following chips: the Pentium M 760 and Mobile Intel 915GM Express chipset, the Celeron M processor 370 and Celeron M processor Ultra Low Voltage 373.

These chips are aimed at embedded designs that need high-performance, low-power consumption and a extended lifecycle support.

The Intel Pentium M Processor 760 is priced at $415 at 10,000-unit quantities. The Mobile Intel 915GM Express chipset is priced at $41 in 25,000-unit quantities. The Intel Celeron M Processor 370 is priced at $131 at 10,000-unit quantities. The Intel Celeron M Processor ULV 373 is priced at $158 at 10,000-unit quantities. All these components are currently available for purchase. A development kit based on the new chipset will be available in early March.

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