Intel unveils new platform

Intel Corp. unveiled two new platforms based on the dual-core processors manufactured in Haifa.

January 6, 2006 01:00
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Intel Corp. unveiled two new platforms Thursday for the next generation of home personal computers and laptops, based on the dual-core processors manufactured in Haifa using the company's 65 nanometer process technology. The two platforms, Intel Viiv technology and Intel Centrino Duo mobile technology are aimed at enhancing the "digital lifestyle at work, home and while on the go." "Our efforts to work across multiple industries help ensure that there is content, software and devices available to take advantage of a new generation of uses and experiences," said David Perlmutter, senior vice president and general manager of Intel's mobility group. The Intel Viiv technology, a new brand introduced by the company, will make it easier for people to view, manage and share digital entertainment and information in the home. The platform includes the Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 operating system and media software allowing people to watch a movie or play a game while also downloading the latest music, all from the same integrated system.

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