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Today, we’re pleased to announce that the paths of these two industry-transforming developments have come together. They now represent a single path on the journey towards an enhanced user experience and expanded industry growth. Because today, 22nm goes mainstream….
Good morning/afternoon. A little more than one year ago today, Intel announced a revolutionary breakthrough in transistor design called 3D or Tri-gate transistors. A breakthrough that has allowed us to advance Moore’s Law right on schedule and begin volume manufacturing of 22nm-based microprocessors offering greater performance at lower power than any microprocessor that has come before.
… with the introduction of the 3rd Generation Intel Core Processor Family, including 5 SKUs designed especially for Ultrabook and aimed squarely at the center of the mainstream computing market.So today’s a big day for Intel and the industry, as well as for consumers and businesses worldwide. But before we dive into the extraordinary attributes and capabilities of 3rd Gen Core Ultrabooks, let’s take a minute to look at how we got here.
As you saw in the video, the campaign has already been rolled out in a number of countries, extending across the entire spectrum of both traditional and new media. We want the world to know that Ultrabook is truly something special. And that we are just at the beginning of this new era.Of course, new eras don’t usually just happen on their own; there’s always some kind of driving force behind the transformation. And behind this new era is an unprecedented coming-together of the industry-wide ecosystem to create an entirely new product category in less than twelve months – something that required an incredible degree of effort, cooperation and innovation.
But in the New Era of Computing, there’s much more to creating a compelling user experience than just the form factor itself. In fact, extensive work done by Intel’s Insights and market research team shows there are four key “vectors” or “pillars” of experience that are absolutely essential to a great, satisfying experience. And while we can debate about the exact words we might use to best describe these vectors, there’s really no question as to what they mean:First and foremost, user’s want responsiveness from their experience. They don’t want to wait for the device to start up. They don’t want to wait for their favorite app to load. They don’t want to wait for an HD video to render. They don’t want to wait. Period.Second, they expect the experience to be highly mobile. Somewhat surprisingly, the essence of this expectation is not so much about wanting to take the device with them everywhere they go; it’s about having constant access to an uncompromised, undiminished experience. Being able to do anything they would do at home - no matter where they are.Third, users expect their computing experience to be stylish and personal. They want it to be easily customized for their own specific needs, wants and circumstances. And that includes the look, design and style of the device itself.And finally, the experience must be safe and protected. How many times have you heard someone say, “My whole life is on my computer?” Or maybe you’ve even said it yourself. No wonder keenly aware of the need for strong and consistent security. Now, as I look at these four vectors or pillars, as different as they are, they all have one thing in common. They’re all moving targets. What’s considered responsive today, won’t be considered responsive enough tomorrow. Same for the concepts of mobility, personal and protected.Fortunately, we have some experience in hitting a moving target….
It’s called Moore’s Law. And for forty years, we’ve been pushing it forward by taking aim at technology capabilities that don’t even exist at the time we begin working on them. Now in the Age of “Experience,” some might make the argument that users don’t care about the underlying technology that makes each new generation of microprocessors possible. And they’d be right. Users don’t care. But that doesn’t mean it’s not absolutely essential.
As I mentioned, it was Intel’s invention of the tri-gate transistor that allowed us to develop a process for manufacturing 22nm at high volume . This breakthrough – much like our previous breakthroughs including Strained Silicon in 2003 and High-k/Metal Gate in 2007 -- not only extends Moore’s Law, but extends our lead over our nearest competitors by years.And as proud of these breakthroughs as we may be, we recognize that a user looking for the best possible computing experience, doesn’t need to know what a Tri-Gate transistor is to instantly appreciate the difference in the experience offered by a pencil-thin 3rd Generation Core-based Ultrabook and a seven pound, five-year-old notebook.
So Moore’s Law remains as important as ever, but its benefits related to user experience might also be expressed as The Law of More. To explain what I mean, let’s looks at couple of key areas where 3rd Generation Core will give the user more of what we know they want.
We know people expect each new generation of every device they use to be more responsive than the last – which is exactly why performance still matters. And Ultrabooks based on 3rd Gen Core deliver.3rd Gen core delivers up to 22% more performance over the prior generation, resulting in an even more seamless, uninterrupted experience. And we’ve improved the graphics performance by up to 2X. As a result, you’ll get amazing mainstream gaming and can prep video for your iPhone in less than half the time required by a system based on 2nd Gen Core.And if you’re replacing a 3-year old laptop, the improvement in experience will be even more significant: up to 80% better performance. And up to 19X better graphics performance.Or to put it another way, if you dig out a video that took you an hour to encode for your iPod or smart phone back in 2009, and do the same thing with one of the Ultrabooks here on stage today, it will take you approximately two minutes. Notes on processor comparisons: 3rd Gen Intel® Core™ Processor:(i5-3472U, 3MB cache, up to 2.8GHz, 2C/4T, Intel® HD Graphics 4000)2nd Gen Intel® Core™ Processor: (i5-32557M , 3MB cache,1.7 up to 2.7GHz, 2C/4T, Intel® HD Graphics 3000)Intel® Core™ 2 Duo Processor: (P8600, 3MB cache, 2.4GHz, 2C/2T, Mobile Intel® GMA 4500MHD)
Of course, the benefits of 22nm and 3rd Generation Intel Core processors are not reserved exclusively for Ultrabook. In fact, we announced 3rd generation Quad Core processors along with Intel 7 Series Chipsets, and our updated Intel® Centrino Wireless portfolio in late April and we more recently announced 3rd gen Core™ for our vPro Platform in May.So let’s take a quick look at some of the features and improvements 3rd Gen Core provides…
The 3rd generation Intel® Core™ processor family:Delivers increased performance and power efficiency which allows PC manufacturers to make products that are more responsive AND consume less powerup to 20% better performance on multithreaded applications* ANDup to 20% lower average power*Has better graphics & media - up to 2X better 3D graphics and up to 2X faster media processing*Is more connectedClaims above rare specific to MOBILE generational comparison: *3rd gen Intel® Core™ i7-3820QM Processor compared to 2nd gen Intel® Core™ i7-2860QM ProcessorDo not alter the text.
Traditional or standard laptops are still an important part of the overall compute continuum and this category also benefits tremendously from 3rd Generation Core…NOTE: The MEGA claim below is derived from MOBILE generational comparison: *3rd gen Intel® Core™ i7-3820QM Processor compared to 2nd gen Intel® Core™ i7-2860QM Processor.3rd generation Intel® Core™ processor delivers up to 20% better performance on multithreaded applications and up to 2X better 3D graphics performance – at 20% lower average power*Alternate: 3rd generation Intel® Core™ processor delivers more CPU performance and up to 2X more graphics performance than 2nd gen Core – at 20% lower average power**3rd gen Intel® Core™ i7-3820QM Processor compared to 2nd gen Intel® Core™ i7-2860QM ProcessorDo not alter the text.
All in One PCs are a fast growing, truly innovative segment of the PC market. In fact, we saw 96% growth of Windows based AIO systems in the U.S. in the 4th quarter of last year.New 3rd gen-based AIO systems will enableImmersive Entertainment with the capability to enjoy premium & 3D content on your AIO. (Intel® InTru™ 3D, Intel® Insider, TV on AIO)Intuitive Interaction with capabilities like a touch UIThe ability to quickly move content to and from the AIO (Intel® Quick Sync Video, Simple file transfer)The ability to connect with friends and family via high quality video conferencingSeamless Sharing of your AIO content with your TV & speakers (Wireless Audio & Wireless Display, Media Share)And we’re tracking more than 65 of the cool new designs
So the real point I want to make here is that regardless of the particular form factor, 3rd generation Intel® Core™ processors are at the heart of some amazing computers that feature beautiful design and deliver great experiences. These include All-in-One, desktop and laptop PCs and now, of course, Ultrabook.We invite you to try them all out for yourselves in our showcase at the end of our presentation.
One of the places you’ll be able to find all these cool new applications is through the Intel AppUp Center.Intel AppUpSM brings the “app store experience” to the PC with “click & install” simplicity, auto updates, and with a “buy and try” purchase process that gives users 24 hours to decide if they want to return the app.AppUp is a trusted source. Everything undergoes security and validation testing prior to publication.Today. There are thousands of free and paid PC apps and content aggregated and curated in one convenient place. Apps can be purchased in over 45 countries via 25 unique partners, and in 5 languages *
So, it’s a remarkable day in the history of computing. The paths of two industry-transforming developments have come together in a single road that leads directly to the future.Thank you.Thank you for being here to celebrate this milestone.
More Performance Up to 22% more Up to 2X better media & graphics performance 2nd Gen Intel® VS. Core™ Processor Up to 80% more performance 3rd Gen Intel® Core™ Processor Up to19X better 3D graphicsSoftware and workloads used in performance tests may have been optimized for performance Intel® Core™ 2 Up to30X faster media processingonly on Intel microprocessors. Performance tests, such as SYSmark and MobileMark, aremeasured using specific computer systems, components, software, operations andfunctions. Any change to any of those factors may cause the results to vary. You should Duo Processorconsult other information and performance tests to assist you in fully evaluating yourcontemplated purchases, including the performance of that product when combined with other3rd Generation Intel® Core™ i5-3427U Processor compared to 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ i5-2557M Processor and Intel® Core™ 2 Duo Processor P8600. See backup for detailed system configuration.products. Not End User Messaging
3rd Generation Intel® Core™ ProcessorFamily:Not just for Ultrabook™
3rd Generation Intel® Core™ Processor • Increased performance and energy efficiency – Up to 20% better performance on multithreaded applications* – Up to 20% lower average power* • Better graphics & media – Up to 2X better 3D graphics* – Up to 2X faster media processing* • More connectedSoftware and workloads used in performance tests may have been optimized for performance only on Intel microprocessors. Performancetests, such as SYSmark and MobileMark, are measured using specific computer systems, components, software, operations and functions. Anychange to any of those factors may cause the results to vary. You should consult other information and performance tests to assist you in fullyevaluating your contemplated purchases, including the performance of that product when combined with other products.* 3rd gen Intel® Core™ i7-3820QM Processor compared to 2nd gen Intel® Core™ i7-2860QM Processor. Based on Mobile, See backup for detailed system configuration. Not End User Messaging
22nm Meets the Traditional Laptop 3rd generation Intel® Core™ processor delivers up to 20% better performance on multithreaded applications and up to 2X better 3D graphics performance – at 20% lower average power*Software and workloads used in performance tests may have been optimized for performance only on Intel microprocessors. Performance tests, such as SYSmark and MobileMark, aremeasured using specific computer systems, components, software, operations and functions. Any change to any of those factors may cause the results to vary. You should consultother information and performance tests to assist you in fully evaluating your contemplated purchases, including the performance of that product when combined with other products.* 3rd gen Intel® Core™ i7-3820QM Processor compared to 2nd gen Intel® Core™ i7-2860QM Processor. Based on Mobile, See backup for detailed system configuration. Not End User Messaging
22nm Meets the All-in-One Immersive Intuitive Entertainment Interaction Transfer, Seamless Sync, and Sharing Store Communication>65 AIO Designs on 3rd Generation Intel® Core™ Processors
Intel® AppUp SM Center Relevant Content, One Catalog, Easy to Use • The one stop shop for PC apps & content • Trusted source • Thousands of apps in 45 countries and 5 languages * Intel AppUp is a trusted and aggregated source to get SM digital content for Ultrabooks™, notebooks, and AIO PCs* English, French, German, Spanish, Italian (coming Q2’12)Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of