Fix Your Memory Module
 
Home
News
Products
Shop
Memory
Corporate
Contact
 

News
Industry News
Publications
CST News
Help/Support
Member Area
Tester Brochure
Demo Library
Software
Tester FAQs

biology medicine news product technology definition

Monday, July 16, 2018
Memory Industry News
Email ArticlePrinter Format PreviousNext

Intel Yonah pricing revealed


Friday, June 10, 2005

Intel dual-core notebook processors, (codenamed Yonah), will be priced similarly to the current prices for the 700-series Pentium M processors, according to sources in the Taiwan notebook industry.

Details of the dual-core notebook processors were revealed at IDF (Intel Developer Forum) in San Francisco in September 2004 and the processors will be launched in the first quarter of 2006.

The X-series Yonah processors will be part of Intelís Napa dual-core notebook platform, which is also expected to hit the market in the first quarter of next year, and will represent Intelís transition from 90nm technology to 65nm. In addition, the Napa notebook architecture will be the basis for Intelís digital home products.

In addition, Yonah-series processors will be adopted by Apple Computer, which agreed to use Intel microprocessors for its Macintosh computers starting in 2006.

In related news, the chip giant is scheduled to cut the prices of its 700-series Pentium M processors on July 24.

Prices of Intel Yonah processors (for 1,000-unit lots)

Yonah series

Platform

Clock speed

Front side bus

Price (1Q06)

X50

Dual core

2.16 GHz

667 MHz

US$637

X40

2 GHz

667 MHz

US$423

X30

1.83 GHz

667 MHz

US$294

X20

1.66 GHz

667 MHz

US$241

TBD*

Single core

1.66 GHz

667 MHz

US$209

Source: industrial sources, compiled by DigiTimes, June 2005.

By: DocMemory
Copyright © 2005 CST, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Email ArticlePrinter Format PreviousNext
Latest Industry News
Samsung to setup the largest handset factory in Inida7/13/2018
Macronix see low power memories as a key to 5G systems7/13/2018
UMC see boost demand from China7/13/2018
Broadcom acquires CA Technologies7/13/2018
BMW to stick with expansion plan in South Carolina7/12/2018
Tesla to build Shanghai factory7/12/2018
China to take over Korea as the largest IC equipment buyer7/12/2018
Daimler, NVidia, and Bosch gang together for robo-taxi development7/12/2018
Chinese company rolls out X86 server processor licensed from AMD7/11/2018
SK hynix to build 200nm foundry fab in China7/11/2018

CST Inc. Memory Tester DDR Tester
Copyright © 1994 - 2018 CST, Inc. All Rights Reserved