Intel CEO: Silicon Advances Usher in New Era of Energy Efficient Performance

Subject: General Tech | September 26, 2006 - 06:57 PM |

Francisco, Calif., Sept. 26, 2006 — Intel President and CEO Paul
Otellini outlined the company's plan to accelerate its technology
leadership and told thousands of developers and engineers gathered here
that advances in silicon technology will deliver new performance
breakthroughs in an era of energy-efficient computing
. Otellini also
disclosed that Intel will ship the world's first quad-core processors
for PCs and high-volume servers in November and provided new details
related to Intel's industry-leading 65nm and 45nm manufacturing

industry is going through the most profound shift in decades, moving to
an era where performance and energy efficiency are critical in all
market segments and all aspects of computing,' Otellini said. 'The
solution begins with the transistor and extends to the chip and
platform levels.'