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August 24, 2005

Intel Targets 'All-Day' Mobile Computing



Courtesy of Mobile Pipeline

Intel Tuesday discussed its goal of "all-day" mobile computing and also unveiled its next-generation of processors for mobile devices.

The company announced at its developer's conference in San Francisco that it has signed an agreement with Matsushita Battery Industrial to team to create batteries that will enable future Centrino-based laptops to work all day without recharging.

In addition, the company discussed its next-generation XScale mobile processors used in mobile devices such as phones and PDAs. Code-named Monahans, the company said that the company expects the processors to have five times the performance than its current mobile processors but to require less energy.

Overall, the company said it was pursuing a policy of what it called mobility ubiquity that includes mobile devices such as smartphones or mobile wireless technologies such as Wi-Fi and, eventually, WiMAX.

“The number of voice lines worldwide skyrocketed with the proliferation of cellular phones, which made the phone truly personal,” Sean Maloney, executive vice president and general manager of the Intel Mobility Group, told the gathering in a speech. “At the same time, the Internet has unleashed an insatiable demand for computing power. Now, if we can deliver ubiquitous broadband based on open standards and drive performance and power innovation on computing and phone platforms, mobile computing has the potential for continued dramatic growth.”

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