The new Intel Celeron D based on the 65nm Cedar Mill cores will be announced
on the 28th of May 2006, with availability within 2 weeks after announcement.
The Cedar Mill Cores will first be implemented on the higher-end models such as
Celeron D 352 (3.2GHz/512KB L2/533MHz FSB) and Celeron D 356 (3.33GHz/512KB
L2/533MHz FSB) priced at USD$ 79 and USD$ 89 per 1000 units respectively.

In addition, Intel plans to launch the top range Celeron D 360 in Quarter 3
2006, clock speed at 3.46GHz with 512KB L2 Cache at 533FSB, price in the range
of USD$ 103. The Cedar Mill Core Celerons will also get a stepping change from B1
to C1 stepping, reducing heat output from 95w to 65w. Intel will also
concentrate on establishing Dual Cores to the mainstream market to replace the
Pentium 4s. The retail market will see an estimated 85% of Dual Core Processors
in Quarter 1 of 2007, with Single Core Pentium 4 going EOL in Quarter 4 2007,
leaving only the Celeron D as a single core processor.

The new Intel Celeron D based on the 65nm Cedar Mill cores will be announced on the 28th of May 2006, with availability within 2 weeks after announcement.
The Cedar Mill Cores will first be implemented on the higher-end models such as
Celeron D 352 (3.2GHz/512KB L2/533MHz FSB) and Celeron D 356 (3.33GHz/512KB
L2/533MHz FSB) priced at USD$ 79 and USD$ 89 per 1000 units respectively.

In addition, Intel plans to launch the top range Celeron D 360 in Quarter 3
2006, clock speed at 3.46GHz with 512KB L2 Cache at 533FSB, price in the range
of USD$ 103. The Cedar Mill Core Celerons will also get a stepping change from B1
to C1 stepping, reducing heat output from 95w to 65w. Intel will also
concentrate on establishing Dual Cores to the mainstream market to replace the
Pentium 4s. The retail market will see an estimated 85% of Dual Core Processors
in Quarter 1 of 2007, with Single Core Pentium 4 going EOL in Quarter 4 2007,
leaving only the Celeron D as a single core processor.

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