Intel to roll out new, power-efficient chips (Reuters)

August 23, 2005 -- SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Intel Corp. (Nasdaq:INTC - news) said on Tuesday it is combining its desktop and notebook microprocessor architectures, as the world's largest chipmaker shifts its focus to power efficiency from raw speed.

Such performance is key for small, mobile devices as well as computers in data centers eager to cram more chips into smaller spaces. Intel also disclosed plans to deliver, by the end of the decade, chips that consume half a watt of electricity, compared with five watts in current notebook PCs.

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