Wipro launches desktops with Intel Quad Core processors

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Bangalore, Oct 3 (UNI) Wipro Infotech, the India, Middle East and Asia Pacific IT Business Unit of Wipro Ltd, today announced the launch of its Performance series of desktops based on Intel's cutting edge Quad Core Processors.

The desktops were positioned for the power users who seek high computing power and resources in a desktop, the Company said in a release.

Based on Intel's Core Micro architecture, the Intel Quad Core processors delivered four complete execution cores within a single processor. This range of processors enabled desktops to deliver unprecedented performance in multi-tasking and multi-threaded business environments.

Commenting on the launch Wipro Infotech Vice President for Personal Computing Division Ashutosh Vaidya said the series of desktops signal the arrival of new class of power machines, ''We work closely with global technology leaders to bring cutting edge technology to the market. This launch re-affirms our alignment with Intel's leading technology platform,'' he added.

According to Prakash Bagri, Director OEM Business, Intel India, "The Quad-Core Intel Core 2 Extreme processors deliver immense speed and responsiveness for general purpose servers, workstations, digital media creation, high-end gaming and other market segments that crave absolute performance. This is the world's first quad-core desktop processor available for unmatched, highly threaded performance." The four execution cores delivered the full power of Intel's core micro architecture, thereby facilitating content rich software experience for its users. This range of desktops is built for users who multi-task on the same PC and work on multi-media and digital content creation, without any compromise on resources or power.

Intel's Quad Core technology renders 79 per cent better graphics, 54 per cent better video creation and offers 53 per cent better gaming experience, as compared to Intel's highest end of Core2Duo series of processors.


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