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Rhodalyn Merene

Dr. Ali Setoodehnia

Technology and Information Systems in Modern Society

24 May 2004

Homework assignment #2

Name of Microprocessor / Date introduced

Description

The 4004 Microprocessor / November 15, 1971

Clock speed: 108 kilohertz

0.06 MI
PS

Number of transistors: 2,300 (10 microns)

Bus width: 4 bits

Addressable memory: 640 bytes

Typical use: Busicom calculator

First microcomputer chip, arithmetic manipulation

The 8008 Microprocessor / April, 1972

Clock speed: 200 kilohertz

0.06 MIPS

Numbe
r of transistors: 3,500 (10 microns)

Bus width: 8 bits

Addressable memory: 16 Kbytes

Typical use: Dumb terminals, general calculators, bottling
machines

Data/character manipulation

The 8080 Microprocessor / April, 1974

8085

Clock speed: 5 MHz

0.37 MIPS

N
umber of t ransistors: 6,500 (3 microns)

Bus widt h: 8 bit s

Typical use: Toledo scale. From weight and price computed cost.

High level of int egration, operating for t he first time on a single 5
volt power supply (from 12 volts previously)


The 8086 Micropro
cessor / June 8, 1978

Clock speeds: 5 MHz (0.33 MIPS)

8 MHz (0.66 MIPS)

10 MHz (0.75 MIPS)

Number of t ransistors: 29,000 (3 microns)

Bus widt h: 16 bit s

Addressable memory: 1 Megabyte

Typical use: Portable computing

The 8088 Microprocessor / June, 1979

Clo
ck speeds: 5 MHz (0.33 MIPS)

8 MHz (0.75 MIPS)

Int ernal architecture: 16 bits

Ext ernal bus widt h: 8 bit s

Number of t ransistors: 29,000 (3 microns)

Typical use: St andard microprocessor for all IBM PCs and PC
clones

The 80286 Microprocessor / 1982

Clock spe
ed: 6 MHz (0.9 MIPS)

10 MHz (1.5 MIPS)

12 MHz (2.66 MIPS)

Number of t ransistors: 134,000 (1.5 microns)

Bus widt h: 16 bit s

Addressable memory: 16 megabytes

Virt ual memory: 1 gigabyt e

Typical use: St andard microprocessor for all PC clones at t he
t ime

Can sc
an t he Encyclopedia Brit annica in 45 seconds


The

Intel386™ DX CPU / Oct ober 17, 1985

-

April 10, 1989

Clock speeds: 16 MHz (5 t o 6 MIPS)

20 MHz int roduced February 16, 1987

(6 t o 7 MIPS)

25 MHz int roduced April 4, 1988

(8.5 MIPS)

33 MHz int roduced April 10, 1989

(11.4 MIPS, 9.4 SPECint92 on Compaq/i 16K
L2)

Number of t ransistors: 275,000 (1.5 microns, now 1 micron)

Bus widt h: 32 bit s

Addressable memory: 4 gigabyt es

Virt ual memory: 64 terabytes

Typical use: Desktop computing

Can address enough memory to manage an eight
-
page history of
every person on earth

Can scan the Encyclopedia Britannica in
12.5 seconds


The

Intel386
™ SX CPU / June 16, 1988
-

October 26, 1992

Clock speeds: 16 MHz (2.5 MIPS)

20 MHz introduced January 25, 1989

(2.5 MIPS)

25 MHz (2.7 MIPS)

33 MHz introduced October 26, 1992

(2.9 MIPS)

Number of transistors: 275,000 (1.5 microns, now 1 micron)

Internal arc
hitecture: 32 bits

External bus width: 16 bits

Addressable memory: 4 gigabytes

Virtual memory: 64 terabytes

Typical use: Entry
-
level desktop and portable computing

The

Intel486™ DX CPU /April 10, 1989
-

June 24, 1991

Clock speeds: 25 MHz (20 MIPS, 16.8 SPE
Cint92, 7.40
SPECfp92)

33 MHz introduced May 7, 1990

(27 MIPS, 22.4 SPECint92 on Micronics M4P 128K L2)

50 MHz introduced June 24, 1991

(41 MIPS, 33.4 SPECint92, 14.5 SPECfp92 on Compaq/50L
256K L2)

Number of transistors: 1,200,000 (1 micron, with 50 MHz a
t .8

micron)

Bus width: 32 bits

Addressable memory: 4 gigabytes

Virtual memory: 64 terabytes

Typical use: Desktop computing and servers

Fifty times the performance of the 8088

Can scan the Encyclopedia Britannica in 3.5 seconds


The

Intel386
™ SL CPU / October 15, 1990
-

September 30, 1991

Clock speeds: 20 MHz (4.21 MIPS)

25 MHz introduced September 30, 1991

(5.3 MIPS)

Number of transistors: 855,000 (1 micron)

Internal architecture: 32 bits

External bus width: 16 bits

Addressable memory: 4 giga
bytes

Virtual memory: 64 terabytes

Typical use: First microprocessor made specifically for portables

Highly integrated; includes cache, bus, and memory controllers


The

Intel486™ SX CPU / April 22, 1991
-
September 21, 1992

Clock speeds: 16 MHz introduced S
eptember 16, 1991

(13 MIPS)

20 MHz (16.5 MIPS)

25 MHz introduced September 16, 1991

(20 MIPS, 12 SPECint92)

33 MHz introduced September 21, 1992

(27 MIPS, 15.86 SPECint92)

Number of transistors: 1,185,000 (1 micron); 900,000 (.8
process)

Bus width: 32 bits

Addressable memory: 4 gigabytes

Virtual memory: 64 terabytes

Typical use: Low
-
cost entry to Intel486™ CPU desktop
computing. Same as Intel486™ DX CPU with no math
coprocessor on chip. Upgradable with the Intel OverDrive
processor. Becoming standard proces
sor in embedded
applications.

The

Intel486™ DX2 Processor / March 3, 1992
-
August 10, 1992

Clock speeds: 50 MHz

(41 MIPS, 29.9 SPECint92, 14.2 SPECfp92 on Micronics M4P
256K L2)

66 MHz introduced August 10, 1992

(54 MIPS, 39.6 SPECint92, 18.8 SPECfp92 on M
icronics M4P
256K L2)

Number of transistors: 1.2 million (.8 micron)

Bus width: 32 bits

Addressable memory: 4 gigabytes

Virtual memory: 64 terabytes

Typical use: High performance, low cost desktops

Uses "speed doubler" technology where the microprocessor c
ore
runs at twice the speed of the bus. Minimum required
performance, lowest cost desktops.


The

Intel486
™ SL CPU / November 9, 1992

Clock speeds: 20 MHz (15.4 MIPS)

25 MHz (19 MIPS)

33 MHz (25 MIPS)

Addressable memory: 64 MBytes

Addressable virtual memory: 64 terabytes

Process size in microns: 0.8

Number of transistors: 1.4 million (0.8 micron)

Internal data

path: 32 bits

External data path: 32 bits

Typical use: First CPU specifically designed for notebook PCs


The

Intel486™ DX4 Processor / March 7, 1994

Clock speeds: 75 MHz

(53 MIPS, 41.3 SPECint92, 20.1 SPECfp92

on Micronics M4P 256K L2)

100 MHz

(70.7 MIP
S, 54.59 SPECint92, 26.91 SPECfp92 on Micronics
M4P 256K L2)

Numbers of transistors: 1.6 million (0.6 micron)

Bus width: 32 bits

Addressable memory: 4 gigabytes

Virtual memory: 64 terabytes

Pin count: 168 PGA Package, 208 SQFP Package

Die size: 345 square
mm

Typical use: High performance entry
-
level desktops and value

not ebooks


The

Pentium Processor / March 22, 1993

-

June 10, 1996

Clock speeds: 60 MHz

(100 MIPS, 70.4 SPECint92, 55.1 SPECfp92

on Xpress 256K L2)

66 MHz (112 MIPS, 77.9 SPECint92, 63.6 SPEC
fp92 on Xpress
256K L2)

Number of transistors: 3.1 million (.8 micron, BiCMOS)

Bus width: 64 bits (external data bus), 32 bits (address bus)

(Note: It is a 32
-
bit microprocessor.)

Addressable memory: 4 gigabytes

Virtual memory: 64 terabytes

Pin count: 273
(Pin Grid Array Package)

Package dimensions: 2.16" (5.49 cm) x 2.16" (5.49 cm)

Typical use: Desktops


Pentium Processor (75 MHz)

Introduction date: October 10, 1994

Clock speeds: 75 MHz

(126.5 MIPS, 2.31 SPECint95, 2.02 SPECfp95

on Gateway P5 256K L2)

Numb
er of transistors: 3.2 million (.6 micron, BiCMOS)

Bus width: 64 bits (external data bus), 32 bits (address bus)

(Note: it is a 32
-
bit microprocessor)

Addressable memory: 4 gigabytes

Virtual memory: 64 terabytes

Pin count: 320 Lead Tape Carrier Package (TC
P)

296 Staggered Pin Grid Array (SPGA)

Package dimensions: PGA: 1.95" (5 cm) x 1.95" (5 cm)

TCP: 0.94" (2.4 cm) x 0.94" (2.4 cm)


Pentium Processor (90 & 100 MHz)

Introduction date: March 7, 1994

Clock speeds: 90 MHz

(149.8 MIPS, 2.74 SPECint95, 2.39 SPECf
p95

on Gateway P5 256K L2)

100 MHz (166.3 MIPS, 3.30 SPECint95, 2.59 SPECfp95 on
Xxpress 1ML2)

Number of transistors: 3.2 million (.6 micron, BiCMOS)

Bus width: 64 bits (external data bus), 32 bits (address bus)

(Note: it is a 32
-
bit microprocessor)

Addres
sable memory: 4 gigabytes

Virtual memory: 64 terabytes

Pin count: 296 (Pin Grid Array Package)

Package dimensions: 1.95" (5cm) x 1.95" (5cm)


Pentium Processor (120 MHz)

Introduction date: March 27, 1995

Clock speeds: 120 MHz

(203 MIPS, 3.72 SPECint95, 2.8
1 SPECfp95

onXxpress 1MB L2)

Number of transistors: 3.2 million (0.6 and .35 micron,
BiCMOS)

Bus width: 64 bits (external data bus), 32 bits (address bus)

(Note: it is a 32
-
bit microprocessor)

Addressable memory: 4 gigabytes

Virtual memory: 64 terabytes

Pi
n count: 296 (Pin Grid Array Package)

Package dimensions: 1.95" (5cm) x 1.95" (5cm)


Pent ium Processor (133 MHz)

Int roduction date: June 1995

Clock speeds: 133 MHz

(218.9 MIPS, 4.14 SPECint95, 3.12 SPECfp95

on Xxpress 1MB L2)

Number of t ransistors: 3.3 mil
lion (0.35 micron BiCMOS)

Bus widt h: 64 bit s (ext ernal data bus), 32 bit s (address bus)

(Not e: it is a 32
-
bit microprocessor)

Addressable memory: 4 gigabyt es

Virt ual memory: 64 terabytes

Pin count: 296 (Pin Grid Array Package)

Package dimensions: 1.95" (5c
m) x 1.95" (5cm)

Typical use: High
-
performance desktops and servers



Pent ium Processor (150 MHz)

Int roduction date: January 4, 1996

Clock speeds: 150 MHz

(4.27 SPECint95, 3.04 SPECfp95 on Xxpress 1MB L2)

Number of t ransistors: 3.3 million (0.35 micron BiC
MOS)

Bus widt h: 64 bit s (ext ernal data bus), 32 bit s (address bus)

(Not e: it is a 32
-
bit microprocessor)

Addressable memory: 4 gigabyt es

Virt ual memory: 64 terabytes

Pin count: 296 (Pin Grid Array Package)

Package dimensions: 1.95" (5cm) x 1.95" (5cm)


Pen
t ium Processor (166 MHz)

Int roduction date: January 4, 1996

Clock speeds: 166 MHz

(4.76 SPECint95, 3.37 SPECfp95 on Xxpress 1MB L2)

Number of t ransistors: 3.3 million (0.35 micron BiCMOS)

Bus widt h: 64 bit s (ext ernal data bus), 32 bit s (address bus)

(Not e:

it is a 32
-
bit microprocessor)

Addressable memory: 4 gigabyt es

Virt ual memory: 64 terabytes

Pin count: 296 (Pin Grid Array Package)

Package dimensions: 1.95" (5cm) x 1.95" (5cm)

Pent ium Processor (200 MHz)

Int roduction date: June 10, 1996

Clock speeds: 20
0 MHz

(5.47 SPECint95,3.68 SPECfp95. The iCOMP™

Index 2.0 rating is 142.)

Number of t ransistors: 3.3 million (0.35 micron BiCMOS)

Bus widt h: 64 bit s (ext ernal data bus), 32 bit s (address bus)

(Not e: it is a 32
-
bit microprocessor)

Addressable memory: 4 giga
byt es

Virt ual memory: 64 terabytes

Pin count: 296 (Plastic Pin Grid Array Package)

Package dimensions: 1.95" (5cm) x 1.95" (5cm)

The

Pentium Processor With MMX™ Technology / January 8,
1997
-

June 2, 1997
-


Clock speeds: 200 MHz

(6.41 SPECint95, 4.66 SPECf
p95. The iCOMP™

Index 2.0 rating is182.)

Number of t ransistors: 4.5 million (0.35 micron CMOS)

Bus widt h: 64 bit s (ext ernal data bus), 32 bit s (address bus)

(Not e: it is a 32
-
bit microprocessor)

Addressable memory: 4 gigabyt es

Virt ual memory: 64 terabytes

Pin count: 296 (Plastic Pin Grid Array Package)

Package dimensions: 1.95" (5cm) x 1.95" (5cm)

Typical use: High
-
performance desktops and servers



Pentium Processor (233 MHz) with MMX™ Technology

Introduction date: June 2, 1997

Clock speeds: 233 MHz

(7.12
SPECint95, 5.21 SPECfp95. The iCOMP™

Index 2.0 rating is 203.)

Number of transistors: 4.5 million (0.35 micron CMOS)

Bus width: 64 bits (external data bus), 32 bits (address bus)

(Note: it is a 32
-
bit microprocessor)

Addressable memory: 4 gigabytes

Virtual

memory: 64 terabytes

Pin count: 296 (Plastic Pin Grid Array Package)

Package dimensions: 1.95" (5cm) x 1.95" (5cm)

Typical use: High
-
performance desktops and servers


The

Pentium Pro Processor / November 1, 1995
-

November 1,
1995

Pent ium Pro Processor (
150 MHz)

Int roduction date: November 1, 1995

Clock speeds: 150 MHz

(6.08 SPECint95, 5.42 SPECfp95 on Alder 256K L2)

Number of t ransistors: 5.5 million (0.6 micron), 256K L2: 15.5

million (0.6 micron)

Bus widt h: 64 bit s front side; 64 bit s t o L2 cache

Addre
ssable memory: 64 gigabyt es

Virt ual memory: 64 terabytes

Pin count: 387 (Dual Cavity Pin Grid Array Package)

Package dimensions: 2.46 (6.25cm) x 2.66 (6.76cm)

Typical use: High
-
end deskt ops, workstations, and servers



Pent ium Pro Processor (166 MHz)

Int ro
duction date: November 1, 1995

Clock speeds: 166 MHz

(7.11 SPECint95, 6.21 SPECfp95 on Alder 512K L2)

Number of t ransistors: 5.5 million (0.35 micron), 512K L2: 31

million (0.35 micron)

Bus widt h: 64 bit s front side; 64 bit s t o L2 cache

Addressable memory:

64 gigabyt es

Virt ual memory: 64 terabytes

Pin count: 387 (Dual Cavity Pin Grid Array Package)

Package dimensions: 2.46 (6.25cm) x 2.66 (6.76cm)


Pent ium Pro Processor (180 MHz)

Int roduction date: November 1, 1995

Clock speeds: 180 MHz

(7.29 SPECint95, 6.0
8 SPECfp95 on Alder 256K L2)

Number of t ransistors: 5.5 million (0.35 micron), 256K L2: 15.5

million (0.6 micron)

Bus widt h: 64 bit s front side; 64 bit s t o L2 cache

Addressable memory: 64 gigabyt es

Virt ual memory: 64 terabytes

Pin count: 387 (Dual Cavity P
in Grid Array Package)

Package dimensions: 2.46 (6.25cm) x 2.66 (6.76cm)


Pent ium Pro Processor (200 MHz)

Int roduction date: November 1, 1995

Clock speeds: 200 MHz

(8.09 SPECint95, 6.75 SPECfp95 on Alder 256K L2)

Number of t ransistors: 5.5 million (0.35 mi
cron), 256K L2: 15.5

million (0.6 micron), 512K

L2: 31 million (0.35 micron)

Bus widt h: 64 bit s front side; 64 bit s t o L2 cache

Addressable memory: 64 gigabyt es

Virt ual memory: 64 terabytes

Pin count: 387 (Dual Cavity Pin Grid Array Package)

Package dimens
ions: 2.46 (6.25cm) x 2.66 (6.76cm)

The

Pentium II Processor / May 7, 1997
-

Jan. 26, 1998

Pent ium II Processor (233 MHz)

Int roduction date: May 7, 1997

Clock speeds: 233 MHz

(9.49 SPECint95, 6.43 SPECfp95)

Number of transistors: 7.5 million (0.35 micron),

512K L2

Bus width: 64 bit System Bus w/ECC; 64 bit Cache Bus w/opt.
ECC

Addressable memory: 64 gigabytes

Virtual memory: 64 terabytes

Single Edge Contact cartridge (S.E.C.), 242 pins

Package dimensions: 5.505" (12.82cm) x 2.473" (6.28cm) x

0.647"(1.64cm)

Typical use: High
-
end business desktops, workstations, and
servers



Pentium II Processor (266 MHz)

Introduction date: May 7, 1997

Clock speeds: 266 MHz

(10.8 SPECint95, 6.89 SPECfp95)

Number of transistors: 7.5 million (0.35 micron), 512K L2

Bus width: 64

bit System Bus w/ECC; 64 bit Cache Bus w/opt.
ECC

Addressable memory: 64 gigabytes

Virtual memory: 64 terabytes

Single Edge Contact cartridge (S.E.C.), 242 pins

Package dimensions: 5.505" (12.82cm) x 2.473" (6.28cm) x

0.647"(1.64cm)


Pentium II Processor
(300 MHz)

Introduction date: May 7, 1997

Clock speeds: 300 MHz

(11.6 SPECint95, 7.20 SPECfp95)

Number of transistors: 7.5 million (0.35 micron), 512K L2

Bus width: 64 bit System Bus w/ECC; 64 bit Cache Bus w/opt.
ECC

Addressable memory: 64 gigabytes

Virtua
l memory: 64 terabytes

Single Edge Contact cartridge (S.E.C.), 242 pins

Package dimensions: 5.505" (12.82cm) x 2.473" (6.28cm) x

0.647"(1.64cm)


Pentium II Processor (333MHz)

Introduction date: January 26, 1998

Clock speeds: 333MHz

(12.8 SPECint95, 9.14 S
PECfp95, 8.32 SPECfpbase)

Number of transistors: 7.5 million (0.25 micron), 512K L2

Bus Width: 64 bit System Bus w/ECC; 64 bit Cache Bus w/opt.
ECC

Addressable Memory: 64 gigabytes

Virtual Memory: 64 terabytes

Single Edge Contact Cartridge (S.E.C), 242 pin
s

Package Dimensions: 5.505" (12.82cm) x 2.473" (6.28cm) x
0.647" (1.64cm)

Bus Speed: 66MHz

Typical Use: Business and consumer PCs, one and two
-
way
servers and workstations

Pentium® III Processor / Introduction date: Feb. 26, 1999 (450,
500 MHz), May 17,
1999 (550 MHz), Aug. 2, 1999 (600 MHz)

Clock Speeds: 450, 500, 550, and 600 MHz

Number of transistors: 9.5 million (0.25 micron process)

L2 cache: 512 KB

Processor Package Style: Single Edge Contact Cartridge

(S.E.C.C. 2)

System Bus Speed: 100 MHz

System
Bus Width: 64 bit system bus

Addressable Memory: 64 Gigabytes

Typical Use: Business and consumer PCs, one and two
-
way
servers and workstations.

Pentium® III Xeon™ Processor / March 17, 1999

Clock Speeds: 500, 550 MHz

Number of transistors: 9.5 million (0.25 micron process)

L2 cache: 512 KB, 1 and 2 Mb

Processor Package Style: Single Edge Contact (S.E.C.) Cartridge
2 System Bus Speed: 100 MHz

Syste
m Bus Width: 64 bit system bus

Addressable Memory: 64 Gigabytes

Typical Use: Business PCs, two
-
, four
-

and eight
-
way (and
higher) servers and workstations

Pentium® III Processor built on 0.18
-
micron process technology
/ Oct. 25, 1999

Number of transistors
: 28 million (0.18
-
micron process)

Level Two cache: 256 KB Advanced Transfer Cache (Integrated)

Processor Package Style: Single Edge Contact Cartridge
(S.E.C.C. 2) and Flip Chip Pin Grid Array (FCPGA)

System Bus Speed: 100 and 133 MHz

System Bus Width: 64

bit system bus

Addressable Memory: 64 Gigabytes

Typical Use: Business and consumer PCs, one and two
-
way
servers and workstations

Pentium® III Xeon™Processor built on 0.18 micron process
technology / Oct. 25, 1999

Number of transistors: 28 million (0.18
-
m
icron process)

Level Two cache: 256 KB Advanced Transfer Cache (Integrated)

Processor Package Style: Single Edge Contact (S.E.C.) Cartridge
2 System Bus Speed: 133 MHz

System Bus Width: 64 bit system bus

Addressable Memory: 64 Gigabytes

Typical Use: Typica
l Use: Two
-
way servers and workstations

Pentium® III Processor at One Gigahertz /
March 08, 2000

Now available at 1.0GHz (1000MHz) for the desktop 933, 866,
850, 800, 750, 733, 700, 667, 650, 600, 550, 533, 500 and 450
MHz Clock Speeds 70 New Instructions
, Intel® Processor Serial
Number P6 Architecture, 133
-

or 100
-
MHz System Bus, 512K
Level Two Cache or 256K Advanced Transfer Cache

Pentium® III and Pentium® III Xeon™ Processors

built on 0.18
-
micron

process technology (933 MHz)

/
May 24, 2000

Level Two ca
che: 256 KB Advanced Transfer Cache (Integrated)
Processor Package Style: Single Edge Contact Cartridge
(S.E.C.C. 2), Flip
-
Chip Pin Grid Array (FC
-
PGA) and SC330
System Bus Speed: 133 MHz System Bus Width: 64 bit system
bus Addressable Memory: 64 Gigabytes

Typical Use: Business
and consumer PCs, one and two
-
way servers and workstations.

Pentium® III Processor At 1.13 Gigahertz /
July 31, 2000
-

August, 2000

the Pentium III processor 1.13 GHz delivers a system
-
level
performance score of 208 compared to a sco
re of 197 on the
Pentium III processor at 1 GHz.


Now available up to
1.13 GHz

for the desktop 933, 866, 850,
800, 750, 733, 700, 667, 650, 600, 550, 533, 500 and 450 MHz
Clock Speeds 70 New Instructions Intel® Processor Serial
Number P6 Architecture 133
-

or 100
-
MHz System Bus 512K
Level Two Cache or 256K Advanced Transfer Cache.

Pentium® 4 /
March, 2001

Now available up to
1.50GHz, 1.40GHz, and 1.30GHz
. Intel®
NetBurst™ micro
-
architecture, 400MHz system bus Hyper
-
pipelined technology Rapid execution engin
e Execution trace
cache Advanced transfer cache Advanced dynamic execution
Enhanced floating point/multimedia Streaming SIMD extensions
2.

Int el® It anium™ Processor / 2001

The It anium™ processor is t he first in a family of 64
-
bit products
from Intel. Desi
gned for high
-
end, enterprise
-
class servers and
workst at ions, t he processor was built from t he ground up wit h an
ent irely new architecture based on Intel's Explicitly Parallel
Inst ruct ion Computing (EPIC) design t echnology. The processor
delivers world
-
cla
ss performance for t he most demanding
ent erprise and high
-
performance computing applications,
including e
-
Commerce security transactions, large dat abases,
mechanical computer
-
aided engineering, and sophisticated
scient ific and engineering computing.


Int
el® It anium™ 2 Processor / 2002

The It anium™ 2 processor is t he second member of t he Itanium
processor family, a line of enterprise
-
class processors. The family
brings out st anding performance and t he volume economics of the
Int el® Architecture to the most
data
-
intensive, business
-
critical
and t echnical computing applications. It provides leading
performance for dat abases, computer
-
aided engineering, secure
online t ransactions, and more.


Int el® Pentium® M Processor / 2003

The Intel® Pentium® M processor,
the Intel® 855 chipset
family, and t he Intel® PRO/Wireless 2100 network connection
are t he t hree components of Intel® Centrino™ mobile
t echnology. Intel Centrino mobile technology is designed
specifically for portable computing, with built
-
in wireless LAN
capability and breakthrough mobile performance. It enables
extended battery life and thinner, lighter mobile computers.