Intel's digital-home Bearlake G+ to support HDMI and HDCP in Q3 2007

  • Delivering its Bearlake chipset family to the market in the second quarter of 2007, Intel will begin with the Bearlake-P variant, which targets the mainstream market, and the Bearlake-G chipset that includes an integrated graphics processor (IGP), indicated motherboard makers familiar with Intel's chipset roadmap. Next two products in this family, the Bearlake-X and Bearlake-G+, both to be launched in the third quarter, will support DDR3 memory technology and PCI Express (PCIe) 2.0 interface, the makers emphasized.

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