Intel Moorestown Offers High Performance For Mobile Devices

Intel Moorestown will offer high performance for mobile Internet devices. The new processor includes 45nm technology and offers video and a memory controller.

Intel Corp and LG Electronics announced a collaboration on Monday to bring the new Moorestown processor to market in mobile Internet devices (MIDs). LG will be one of the first technology companies to introduce the next-generation microprocessor. The MID product line comprises of notebooks, netbooks, and smart phones.

“We chose Intel’s next-generation Moorestown platform and Moblin-based OS to pursue this segment because of the high performance and Internet compatibility this brings to our service provider customers,” Jung Jun Lee, executive vice president of LG Electronics and head of its Mobile Communications Business Division, said in a statement.

Moorestown has remarkable speeds for Mobile Internet Devices.

Intel Moorestown is derived from the Linux Moblin v2.0 platform and has remarkable speeds. It will be one of the most influential chips to run in MIDs. The Intel processor includes 45nm technology which can greatly increase battery life while contributing graphics, video and a full memory controller.

“We look forward to providing them some fantastic Intel products that will deliver the best Internet experience while dramatically reducing power –contributing to the development of ultra sleek devices that offer superb battery life,” Intel Corporation senior vice president Anand Chandrasekher said in a statement.

The new Intel processor uses the newest Moblin v2.0 software version.

Moreover, the all-in-one platform also includes an input/output (I/O) hub, code named “Langwell,” that embraces a wide range of mobile wireless solutions. In addition, the platform comes with the newest Moblin v2.0 software version and contains support for both PC and mobile voice capabilities. LG is currently working with Sony Ericsson to initiate a new 3G network for MIDs.

“Ericsson’s unparalleled relationships with global service providers will be instrumental as we define plans with LG to take this MID to market across multiple geographies around the world,” Mats Norin, vice president and head of Ericsson Mobile Broadband Modules, said in a statement.

Mobile Internet Devices is a growing market.

The MID market is warming up and there are growing signs of consumer demand. Large companies are beginning to meet that demand with new 3G networks and robust processors that are small enough to run in MIDs. The Moorestown platform will be available in early 2010.

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