32nm Keeps the Innovation Coming – Intel Ultra Thin Laptops

When you hear the number 32, what comes to mind? For me, 32 makes me think of Intel’s 32 nm process technology.

Intel’s launch at CES of its Intel Core family of processors marked the first time systems based on 32 nm were made available and now you can find Intel’s 2010 Core(r) Ultra-Low Voltage (ULV) processors also based on 32 nm. The chip design and unique manufacturing delivers 32 percent slimmer laptops and more than 32 percent better performance, in an ultra thin laptop. Some laptops will include other breakthrough technology that Intel pioneered with the Core processors: Intel Turbo Boost Technology, Intel HD Graphics and Intel Hyper-Threading Technology.

In addition to being smarter and faster, ultra thin laptops with Intel’s Core processor measuring about 0.8 to 1 inches thick, these lightweight computers weigh 1 to 2 pounds less than your traditional laptop.

To illustrate the power and performance, I encourage you to visit us as Computex in June to see our Ultra Thin systems on display or you can hear Mooly Eden present the technology in a replay of his recent webcast.

Bryan Rhoads

About Bryan Rhoads

Founding member of the Intel Social Media Center of Excellence. Global social media manager for our consumer audiences and brands. I helped pioneer social media techniques that laid the foundations for Intel to leverage Web 2.0. I designed and built this external blog at http://blogs.intel.com, establishing the infrastructure, legal, security and publishing guidelines that integrated social media into Intel's marketing mix. I led a 4-year research project with MIT that researched online trust and digital marketing strategies. My Intel and MIT researchers designed innovative approaches to increase user confidence and trust in online media experiences. I'm also the designer of the Intel Download Center and many highly-trafficked sections of Intel's web systems. Lecturer on digital innovation and social media at the Yale Center for Customer Insights, MIT Center for Digital Business, Innotech, SxSW Interactive, the Marketing Sciences Institute, the Experiential Marketing Summit, to name a few. Adjunct faculty at Portland State University, I also sit on the Executive Board of the Internet Strategy Forum, the Center for Consumer Research at St. Joseph's University, the Marketing Advisory Track at Northeastern University and a member of the City Club of Portland.

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