by August 4, 2004 0 comments

Intel has announced a new PC platform, which would aid in creating a new kind of PC, an all-in-one hi-fi device with high definition video, sound and wireless connectivity. This would not only help people enjoy digital music, photos, videos and games on PCs and other devices, but also help drive new uses that increase office productivity, such as simultaneously using multiple monitors with just one PC to work on and track several projects. A trio of Intel chipsets and several new Intel P4 processors supporting Hyper-Threading Technology form the foundation of the new platform. The PCs powered by the Intel 915 G/P and 925X Express chipsets, which were previously codenamed Grantsdale and Alderwood, have become commercially available today. These chipsets are coupled with the latest P4 processors supporting HT Technology 5XX sequence, and are built on Intel’s most advanced 90 nm manufacturing process technology and run at speeds up to 3.60GHz. Another technology added is the Intel Wireless Connect Technology that would allow you to set up and configure a wireless home network in four steps. 

Contact: Intel, Bangalore. Tel: 25076411. E-mail: or SMS 130820 to 9811800601

CIOL gets itmWEB 5 star award

CIOL (Cyber India Online Limited), an IT portal, has been rated among the best in the world by the US-based
itmWEB, the online division of Texas-based itmWEB Media Corporation. CIOL has over 8 lakh visitors a month and publishes around
5,000 pages every month. (CIOL is run by CyberMedia, which owns PCQuest).

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