New Intel Chip will boost the PC Business

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    LAS VEGAS--Intel CEO Paul Otellini said its newest processor, dubbed Sandy Bridge, will generate one-third of total corporate revenue as the chipmaker pushes "processor graphics" as the new PC standard.
    Intel CEO Paul Otellini said Intel's Sandy Bridge chip creates new processor graphics PC standard.


    "Sandy Bridge will represent over one-third of Intel's corporate revenues this year. And will generate over $125 billion of revenue for the PC industry. This is a huge, huge product," said Otellini speaking at the roll out of its 2nd Generation Intel Core processor family.

    And this new family of processors is enough of a change from previous products to justify those numbers, according to Otellini. "This is next evolution of the PC...We've shifted to processor-based graphics," he said.

    That means Intel is now putting the core of the personal computer--the main processor, graphics and media engines, and memory components--all on one chip.

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