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A “Positivo” milestone for Intel-powered classmate PCs!

The city of Pirai, Brazil has announced the purchase of Intel-powered classmate PCs for students enrolled in all 21 of its’ public schools, making it the first city in the world to adopt 1:1 computing for the entire school system. … Read more >

The Power of 802.11 Draft-N 3×3

802.11 Draft-N is hot – up to 300 Mbps of bandwidth today with up to 450 Mbps of bandwidth tomorrow. But did you know that not all 802.11 Draft-N products are the same? To be a connoisseur of these differences, … Read more >

Wi-Fi Gets Personal with Intel’s Cliffside Technology

Wi-Fi has given us the freedom to connect to other computers and the Internet without wires. Wi-Fi is now spreading its wings into the world of consumer electronic (CE) devices. Everything from MP3 players and digital cameras to printers and … Read more >

Intel Smart SoC — The Move to Purpose-Built Chips

What would you do with a billion Intel transistors nestled in our pocket? If what they said today comes true, we might have a billion transistors efficiently running a system on a chip that puts high speed computer performance and … Read more >

Engadget on Atom

From Engadget: Intel has officially dubbed the Silverthorn and Diamondville chips “Atom,” and the Menlow platform has become the “Centrino Atom.” We know, it’s hard to believe the day has come, but it’s finally happened. Obviously, the 45nm Atom chips, … Read more >

Introducing the Intel® Atom™ processor

Atom. One of the smallest things in our universe, and a very appropriate name for Intel’s new line of processors that are not only Intel’s smallest processors, but also contain the world’s smallest transistors. Today, Intel unveiled the new brand, … Read more >

Video: Intel Atom Close Up

The Intel Atom processor is built for low power, high performance for new Mobile Internet Devices and simple, low-cost PCs. Here’s how it came together and where it’s going according to Anand Chandrasekher, Senior VP of Intel’s Ultra Mobility Group.