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Indian Team Of 500 Helped Intel Design Yonah

Starting work in June 2004 about 500 technical staff based at Intel’s Bangalore office designed parts of Intel’s Centrino Duo processor, formerly known as Yonah. The processor is Intel’s dual-core processor designed for implementation in 65-nanometer manufacturing process.

K.C. Krishnadas

January 10, 2006

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BANGALORE, India — Starting work in June 2004 about 500 technical staff based at Intel’s Bangalore office designed parts of Intel’s Centrino Duo processor, formerly known as Yonah. The processor is Intel’s dual-core processor designed for implementation in 65-nanometer manufacturing process.

The Centrino Duo “platform” comprises the Centrino Duo processor, the 945 Express peripheral logic chips and the PRO/Wireless 3945ABG wireless LAN connection.

“The Intel Centrino Duo mobile technology platform developed in India, creates a new leap in how people work and play, taking advantage of a new generation of uses and experiences," said Anand Chandrasekhar, senior vice president and general manager, sales and marketing group, Intel Corp.

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