Thursday, August 7, 2008



Intel's next-generation notebook platform (Calpella) is programmed to get underway in the 3rd quarter of 2009. As with other Nehalem generation products, Calpella will abandon the present Northbridge and Southbridge chipset understanding and transfer many typical Northbridge components to the CPU wrap up. A solitary integrated chipset codenamed Ibex Peak-M will synchronize other features on the motherboard, according to sources at laptop makers. Ibex Peak-M will support Intel's next-generation laptop CPUs (Clarksfield and Auburndale), both of which embrace an on-die DDR3 memory controller. Auburndale will also comprise a graphics core incorporated in the CPU package. The Calpella platform will shore up Wi-Fi a/b/g/n (Puma Peak) or Wi-MAX (Kilmer Peak) wireless modules.

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