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Thursday, 31 July 2008 09:55

Intel's next wireless is called PumaPeak

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Irony?


In Q3 2009, Intel plans to update Centrino 2, codenamed Monatevina, and this new platform will get a new chipset.

We don’t have many details, but we can confirm that Shirley Peak, Intel wifi link 5300 and 5100, will get updated with Puma Peak wifi link.

Intel 82567LM Gigabit and Intel 82567LF Gigabit previously codenamed Boazman will get updated with Hanksville Gigabit LAN card; but we have few details about it.

It's fun that Intel notebook group goes with a Puma codename, especially at the time we all know that Puma is AMD’s notebook platform.


PumaPeak and Hanksville are scheduled for Q3 2009 and this is a part of Intel’s next generation notebook platform.

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