Mooly Eden, vice president and general manager of Intel’s PC Client Group, gave the IDF audience a preview of the processor that will power 2012 Ultrabook devices the third generation Intel Core processor. Expected to be available in systems in the first half of
2012, Ivy Bridge silicon will deliver greater performance and energy efficiency. Intel has also redesigned the processor graphics to provide better performance and energy efficiency. Ivy Bridge’s CPU cores will be designed to work at lower voltage to help extend battery
life and facilitate lower operating temperatures, and with on demand TDP when switching to battery mode, a laptop’s performance level will automatically be dialed back to extend battery life, with full CPU/GPU level restored when the machine is plugged back into wall current and properly cooled down.
There will also be a new memory cache for the integrated graphics support chipset so that CPU-dedicated RAM doesn’t get siphoned off too aggressively by the IGPU, which itself is projected by Intel to provide twice the performance level per watt due to its power
consumption being lower than with current units rather than overall graphics performance being doubled. And claimed to be on track to power devices in 2013, Intel’s fourth-generation Core technology Haswell processor is reported to be running in-house and projected to offer more a than 20x reduction in connected standby power.
For users who are concerned about security, security features will be embedded in devices Ultrabook by leveraging Intel technology Intel Identity Protection and Anti-Theft that exist in the processor.
Created by utilizing the features shown today, Ultrabooks, notebook and desktop computers next generation will benefit from the collaboration between Intel and McAfee in developing services for the McAfee Anti-Theft Ultrabooks. Became available in 2012, McAfee solution of this will be the first to take advantage of unique advantages, Intel’s chip technology and will provide protection for consumer data and devices such as locking devices, elimination of data and location tracking.
Intel is challenging the entire personal computing industry to cooperate in presenting the computing device is thin, lightweight and most complete. Eden also touched on the technology components including panels, keyboard, battery and chassis that require further innovations in order to fulfill the vision Ultrabook. Intel demonstrated the new power saving technology that is able to limit the amount Utrabook refresh the screen at the static display, so it can
LG Display would be one of the first to bring a power-optimized panel self refresh display to market for Ultrabooks using its Shuriken Technology. According to Intel, Ultrabooks are designed to give people the power to create and consume in a sleek, light, secure and elegant
device that offers an immersive and responsive experience without compromising performance, all at mainstream price points.
The Santa Clara, California-based company said it is leading the industry to re-invent personal computing once again with the introduction of Ultrabook devices.
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