This week at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in Taipei, Intel has been discussing its next-generation dual-core mobile processor, known as Merom, which will come out in the second half of 2006. Merom will succeed Yonah, Intel's first 65nm processor, which is the main part of the Napa mobile platform and is scheduled for launch in January 2006. At the event in Taipei, Intel also introduced its future mobile platform technology codenamed Robson. The technology, which is now under development, aims to extend battery life, accelerate system boot-up and provide user-visible responsiveness, said vice president of Intel's mobility group and general manager of the mobile platforms group Shmuel (Mooly) Iden.
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