Intel Encourages Hi-Tech Industry to Meet New EPA Energy Star(R) Specification

Subject: General Tech | October 24, 2006 - 03:12 PM |
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SANTA CLARA, Calif., Oct. 24, 2006
— Highlighting its leadership and long history of delivering innovative
energy-saving technologies and products, Intel Corporation today
announced its support for the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA)
newly announced ENERGY STAR computer specifications
. Intel plans to
deliver microprocessors and other system components that will help
enable PC and laptop suppliers to deliver ENERGY STAR qualified systems
when these new specifications go into effect in mid-2007.

'Intel continues to work closely with
the EPA and other worldwide organizations to develop and deliver
energy-efficient technologies,' said Rob Crooke, Intel vice president
and business computing group general manager. 'The new Intel® Core™2
Duo processors will provide the high-performance and energy efficiency
people want. The new ENERGY STAR specification provides a meaningful
step forward in identifying more energy-efficient PCs.'

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