Yonah will be made on the 65-nm process and contains 151.6 million transistors compared to current Pentium M, which has about 140 million transistors. It will have two cores and share a 2MB cache since sharing the cache will significantly boost performance. A single-core version of Yonah will also come out for budget notebooks. Yonah will come with improved technology for curbing power consumption and heat dissipation. Yonah will sport La Grande security technology but won’t be EM64T as initially planned since 64-bit will consume more battery life. The footprint on Yonah notebooks will be up to 31 percent smaller than those of existing notebooks. The chip will be paired with a chipset, called Calistoga, and a Wi-Fi module, called Golan, that will receive and send 802.11a, b and g. Later versions will come with 802.11n, the so-called MIMO technology. Wimax will start to be added in notebooks as an option around 2007.

Yonah will be made on the 65-nm process and contains 151.6 million transistors compared to current Pentium M, which has about 140 million transistors. It will have two cores and share a 2MB cache since sharing the cache will significantly boost performance. A single-core version of Yonah will also come out for budget notebooks. Yonah will come with improved technology for curbing power consumption and heat dissipation. Yonah will sport La Grande security technology but won’t be EM64T as initially planned since 64-bit will consume more battery life. The footprint on Yonah notebooks will be up to 31 percent smaller than those of existing notebooks. The chip will be paired with a chipset, called Calistoga, and a Wi-Fi module, called Golan, that will receive and send 802.11a, b and g. Later versions will come with 802.11n, the so-called MIMO technology. Wimax will start to be added in notebooks as an option around 2007.