Intel Launches Pentium 4 Processor in Middle East

Published November 21st, 2000 - 02:00 GMT

Intel Middle East introduced Tuesday the Intel Pentium 4 processor, its newest microprocessor for high-performance desktop computers, (AME Info) reported Tuesday. 

The Pentium 4 processor delivers a new generation of performance when processing video and audio, exploiting modern Internet technologies, and displaying 3D graphics, said the web news service. 

Its foundation is the new Intel Netburst micro-architecture, a collection of unique technologies that will power Intel's most advanced 32-bit processors for consumer and business users over the next few years of computing.  

Gilbert Lacroix, Intel general manager for the Middle East and North Africa, was quoted by AME as saying "the Pentium 4 processor is designed to give Middle East users performance where they appreciate it the most." He added "whether streaming content, playing interactive games, encoding video and MP3 files, or creating Internet content - the Pentium 4 processor is designed to meet the needs of today's most demanding computer users." -- Albawaba.com 

 

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