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Launch of new generation Intel processors

The personal computer of today is used more as a media machine, as a source of entertainment for editing as well as social networking. To cater to these needs power consumed should be little and outcomes fast as every application needs to be downloaded immediately.

Use of video sharing sites doubled during 2006-2010

* Videos viewed per month on youtube 12.5B.

* Images uploaded to facebook per month 2.5B.

* One mln PCs shipped every month globally.

* 90 percent of IP traffic will be video by 2013.

Indika de Zoysa

The new generation of Intel processors launched globally on January 6 and in Sri Lanka last week caters to all these needs of todayís customer, said Country Manager Intel Indika de Zoysa.

Intel launched the visibly smart second generation Intel core processor family to create new visual experiences and lifestyles.

The visual features built into the processor delivers everything for a seamless experience when viewing and interacting with all PC visuals. What you see looks amazing and runs without interruption, said De Zoysa.

He said that the second generation Intel core processor family is the first visibly smart micro architecture to combine visual and 3D graphics technology with performance leading microprocessors on a single chip.

New processor graphics technology will focus on the areas where most people are computing today which includes high definition video, photos, mainstream gaming, multi tasking, online socialising and multimedia. Enhanced visual technologies like next generation Intel HD graphics are built into every second generation Intel Core processor.

For consumers it is a very improved PC experience with better overall power management together with greater efficiency and battery life.

Intel Quick Sync Video takes the wait time out of editing and sharing videos with astonishing performance that is completed in minutes. Intel estimated that a four minute HD video that used to take four minutes to convert to play on an iPod would now take 16 seconds.

The Corei5 and i7 processors also include the enhanced Intel turbo boost technology 2.0. This feature automatically reallocates processor core and processor graphics resources to accelerate performance, giving users and immediate performance boost when and where itís needed.

De Zoysa said that as a country Sri Lanka is adopting technology fast and the customer is using and is aware of the developments taking place in the IT field globally. Intel is ready with the latest technology to cater to industry requirements.



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