TAIPEI, Taiwan, June 6, 2006 — During a speech at Computex today, Intel Corporation executive Anand Chandrasekher introduced products and technologies that will surround the company’s upcoming family of powerful and more energy-efficient Intel® Core™2 Duo processors, telling attendees that all of this innovation will redefine how PCs are used today and attract more buyers around the world.

At the Computex opening keynote, Asia’s largest computer expo, Chandrasekher, Intel senior vice president and general manager, Sales and Marketing Group, unveiled the new Intel® 965 Express Chipset along with other technologies for homes and businesses. Chandrasekher said the new products outlined today collectively advance PC and notebooks powered by the upcoming processors in a number of ways, ranging from higher performing PCs with sharper high-definition video to notebook PCs in ultra sleek designs that sip energy. He also outlined new PC technology for enjoying entertainment and making phone calls via the Internet.