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    By Vangie Beal :  May 6, 2002

    (Press Release) Intel Corporation has just introduced new versions of the Intel Pentium 4 processor; enabling richer experiences with broadband content, games, digital music, photos and movies, while helping businesses maximize productivity and take advantage of new web service environments.

    "The latest Pentium 4 processors deliver the versatility to improve everything from gaming to the use of cutting-edge business tools," said Louis Burns, vice president and general manager, Desktop Platforms Group at Intel. "For example, PC's based on the new Pentium 4 processor at 2.53 GHz can convert songs into MP3 format almost six times quicker than the fastest PC's of three years ago - a tremendous time savings for end users."

    Systems based on the Pentium 4 processor at 2.53 GHz process XML data over three times faster than today's installed base of PC's operating at 500 MHz or below. All three new processors - Intel Pentium 4 processors at 2.53, 2.40, and 2.26 GHz - include a 533 MHz system bus. Previous Pentium 4 processors interact with the rest of the system using a 400 MHz system bus. Intel also introduced the 850E chipset, which is designed to operate at the new system bus speed. Systems based on the new products are available immediately from computer makers worldwide. The internal design of the Pentium 4 processor continues to provide greater performance to end users, with higher frequency versions expected later this year.


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