Kamath, John-paul
November 2007
Computer Weekly;11/20/2007, p73
Trade Publication
The article reports that Intel Corp. has launched its Penryn range of power-efficient microprocessors, which are designed to deliver better virtualisation. Penryn systems will consume less than 120 watts. Penryn-based notebooks that are due in the first quarter of 2008 will use 25 watts. The company has partnered with 40 original equipment manufacturers to distribute Penryn-based Xeon and Core 2 processors. An Intel spokesman said Penryn processors jump to higher clock rates and feature cache and design improvements that improve the processors performance compared with earlier 65-nm processors.


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