Simmtronics Releases Mobile CPU Netbook With Intel Atom
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SIMMTRONICS SEMICONDUCTORS Ltd., a manufacturer of memory modules, motherboards, and graphics cards, has decided to launch its very own netbook. The netbook will be based on the Intel Atom mobile CPU, and will be ready for release in the Indian market this year.
- It comes with Intel Atom processor N270 at 1.6 GHz core speed with 533 MHz AGTL+ front-side bus (FSB) and 2.5 watts thermal design power2 (TDP).
- Enhanced Intel SpeedStep® Technology reduces average system power consumption. The enhanced low-power sleep states (C1E, C2E, C4E) are optimised for power by forcibly reducing the performance state of the processor when it enters a package low-power state. Designed specifically for mobile devices, it uses a brand new design structure, the dynamic L2 cache sizing -that reduces electrical leakage in transistors-to conserve energy, giving you more time away from the wall outlet.
Commenting on the Netbook plans in India, Vinit Shangle, national sales manager, Simmtronics Semiconductors, said, “We have kept our distribution and marketing plans discreet owing to the ongoing economic recession and increasing numbers of delayed payments and defaulter cases. In the current scenario, we do not wish to invest in branding and marketing promotions. However, when the market gets right, we will launch full-fledged range of Netbooks, in partnership with Intel. We expect to sell 400 units of Netbooks by the end of December.”