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1 Intel Technology Update(Server)

2 Data Center Product Lines
Intel® Itanium® processor 9500 product family Intel® Xeon® processor E7 family New Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family + Intel® Xeon PhiTM product family Intel® Xeon® processor E3 family Intel® AtomTM processor S-Series Intel® Xeon PhiTM Coprocessors work synergistically with Intel® Xeon® Processors * Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.

3 WW05 Intel® Xeon® Processor E5-4600 Product Family
E v2 product family Advanced E5-4640 E5-4640 E5-4640 E5-4640 E5-4620 E5-4620 E5-4620 E5-4620 Standard E5-4617 E5-4617 E5-4617 E5-4617 Efficient Performance Four Socket E5-4610 E5-4610 E5-4610 E5-4610 E5-4607 E5-4607 E5-4607 E5-4607 Basic E5-4603 E5-4603 E5-4603 E5-4603 Intel® Xeon® processor E product family (Sandy Bridge-EP 4S) Intel® Xeon® processor E v2 product family (Ivy Bridge-EP 4S) All products, computer systems, dates and figures specified are preliminary based on current expectations, and are subject to change without notice. Intel processor numbers are not a measure of performance. Processor numbers differentiate features within each processor family, not across different processor families. Click for details

4 WW05 Intel® Xeon® Processor E5-2600 Product Family
E v2 product family Intel® Xeon® processor E v2 product family Intel® Xeon® processor E v2 product family E5-2687W* E5-2687W* E5-2680 E5-2680 E5-2670 E5-2670 E5-2667 E5-2667 E5-2665 E5-2665 E5-2660 E5-2660 E5-2650 E5-2650 E5-2643 E5-2643 E5-2637 E5-2637 Efficient Performance Two Socket E5-2640 E5-2640 E5-2630 E5-2630 E5-2620 E5-2620 E5-2609 E5-2609 E5-2603 E5-2603 Intel® Xeon® processor E product family (Sandy Bridge-EP) Intel® Xeon® processor E v2 product family (Ivy Bridge-EP) * “Workstation–ONLY SKU” All products, computer systems, dates and figures specified are preliminary based on current expectations, and are subject to change without notice. Intel processor numbers are not a measure of performance. Processor numbers differentiate features within each processor family, not across different processor families. Click for details Intel Confidential 4 4

5 WW05 Intel® Xeon® Processor E5-2400 Product Family
E v2 product family E5-2470 E5-2470 E5-2470 E5-2470 E5-2450 E5-2450 E5-2450 E5-2450 E5-2440 E5-2440 E5-2440 E5-2440 E5-2430 E5-2430 E5-2430 E5-2430 Entry Two Socket E5-2420 E5-2420 E5-2420 E5-2420 E5-2407 E5-2407 E5-2407 E5-2407 E5-2403 E5-2403 E5-2403 E5-2403 Intel® Xeon® processor E product family (Sandy Bridge-EN) All products, computer systems, dates and figures specified are preliminary based on current expectations, and are subject to change without notice. Intel processor numbers are not a measure of performance. Processor numbers differentiate features within each processor family, not across different processor families. Click for details Intel Confidential 5 5

6 Denlow Platform Intel® Xeon® processor E3-1200 v3 product family
Intel® AVX enhancements Processor Graphics with DX11.1 & OCL1.2 Quad Core & Dual Core SKUs Memory speed – 2DPC Intel® C220 series chipset delivers faster I/O connectivity Up to 6 ports of SuperSpeed™ 5.0 Gb/s Up to 6 ports of SATA 6Gb/s CPU Efficiency and Power Management Improved idle power for CPU and PCH DDR3 and DDR3L* support Low power CPU SKUs at higher frequencies IVR technology simplifies platform power delivery AMT 9 or SPS FW Intel RSTe Node Manager Performance & Graphics Improvements 4 DDR3 ECC UDIMM x16/2x8 Gen3 Leadership IO pGfx FDI DMI 2.0 Intel® C220 series chipset ‘Clarkville’ 10/100/1000 PHY NVRAM OFI 3 2.0 Continued focus on Energy Efficiency 8 Ports 3.0 Gen2 VGA Continued Advancements in Server Technologies 6x 6Gb/s SM Bus SPI LPC HD Audio NOTE: For all 6 SATA ports at 6Gb/s, Intel® C226 chipset is required. *DDR3L support at 1.35V for servers; 1.5V only for Workstations All timeframes, products and dates are subject to change without notification All products, computer systems, dates and figures specified are preliminary based on current expectations, and are subject to change without notice. Intel processor numbers are not a measure of performance. Processor numbers differentiate features within each processor family, not across different processor families.

7 WW05 Intel® Xeon® Processor E3-1200 product family
E3-1285L v3 E3-1285L v3 E3-1285L v3 E3-1285L v3 E v2 E v3 E v3 E v3 E v3 E v2 E v3 E v3 E v3 E v3 E v2 E v3 E v3 E v3 E v3 E v3 E v3 E v3 E v3 E v2 Entry One Socket E v3 E v3 E v3 E v3 E v2 E v3 E v3 E v3 E v3 Placeholder for Haswell-based SKUs SKU has Intel® HD Graphics P4700 for server graphics usages Intel® Xeon® processor E v2 product family (Ivy Bridge-H2) Intel® Xeon® processor E v3 product family (Haswell LGA1150) All products, computer systems, dates and figures specified are preliminary based on current expectations, and are subject to change without notice. Intel processor numbers are not a measure of performance. Processor numbers differentiate features within each processor family, not across different processor families. Optimized Intel® HD Graphics P3000 only available on select models of the Intel® Xeon® processor E3 family. To learn more about Intel Xeon processors for workstation visit

8 WW05 Low Power & Ultra Dense Server Processor Roadmap
9520 9520 9520 9520 9520 Intel® Itanium® processor 9500 product family E7-8867L E7-8867L E7-8867L E7-88XXL v2 E7-88XXL v2 Intel® Xeon® processor E7 family E5-4650L E5-4650L E5-4650L E5-4650L E5-46XXL v2 E5-2650L E5-2450L E5-2650L E5-2450L E5-2650L E5-2450L E5-26XXL v2 E5-2450L E5-26XXL v2 E5-24xxL v2 Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family E5-2630L E5-2430L E5-2630L E5-2430L E5-2630L E5-2430L E5-26XXL v2 E5-2430L E5-26XXL v2 E5-24xxL v2 E3-1265L v2 E3-1265L v2 E3-1265L v3 E3-1265L v3 E3-1265L v3 E3-1230L v3 E3-1230L v3 E3-1230L v3 E3-1220L v2 E3-1220L v2 Intel® Xeon® processor E3 family E3-1220L v3 E3-1220L v3 E3-1220L v3 S1260 S1260 S1260 S1260 S1260 S1240 S1240 S1240 S1240 S1240 Intel® AtomTM processor S-series S1220 S1220 S1220 S1220 S1220 Intel® Xeon® processor E v2 product family (IVB-EP) Intel® Xeon® processor E product family (WSM-EX) Intel® Xeon® processor E v3 product family (HSW-H2) Intel® Xeon® processor E v2 product family (Ivy Bridge-H2); Intel® Xeon® processor E product family (SNB-EP) Intel® Xeon® processor E product family (SNB-EN) Intel® Itanium® processor (Poulson) Intel® Xeon® processor E product family (SNB-EP 4S) SKU has Intel® HD Graphics 2500 (IVB) Intel® AtomTM processor S1200 series (CTN) All products, computer systems, dates and figures specified are preliminary based on current expectations, and are subject to change without notice. Intel processor numbers are not a measure of performance. Processor numbers differentiate features within each processor family, not across different processor families. Optimized Intel® HD Graphics P3000 only available on select models of the Intel® Xeon® processor E3 family. To learn more about Intel Xeon processors for workstation visit

9 FPO Xeon PHI POR

10 Intel® Xeon Phi™ Coprocessor (Knights Corner)
PCIe 2.0 Adapter Card Up to 61 cores, 244 threads Up to 8GB Gigabytes of GDDR5 memory Up to 352GB/s Memory Bandwidth 32KB L1 I/D cache, 512KB L2 cache (per core) Active and Passive SKU’s (225 to 300W) Uses Standard Software Development tools (from Intel and others) Target Production: Q4 ‘2012 Important off-slide speaking point: Even though the first instance of Intel® MIC architecture is on a PCI-E card, it is not limited to off-load or gpu computing programming models Intel® MIC Architecture For Highly Parallel Workloads 10

11 Shipping Now Intel® Xeon Phi™ Coprocessor 5110P
Performance Programmability Applications Up to 1 TFLOP of double-precision (peak)1 C, C++, Fortran Intel and 3rd party tools Memory Bandwidth / Capacity Bound workloads Ideal for Molecular Modeling, Digital Content Creation, and Energy More Memory More Bandwidth Key Message: Details of the first available member of the Xeon Phi product family: Coprocessor 5110P With more memory and more bandwidth, this first Xeon Phi coprocessor is ideal for applications like digital content creation, streaming media, and energy exploration. Intel and 3rd party tools are available at announcement Intel and 3rd party tools Ideal for memory bandwidth and memory capacity bound workloads Software and workloads used in performance tests may have been optimized for performance only on Intel microprocessors. Performance tests, such as SYSmark and MobileMark, are measured using specific computer systems, components, software, operations and functions. Any change to any of those factors may cause the results to vary. You should consult other information and performance tests to assist you in fully evaluating your contemplated purchases, including the performance of that product when combined with other products. For more information go to Claim based on calculated theoretical peak double precision performance capability for a single coprocessor.  16 DP FLOPS/clock/core * 60 cores * 1.053GHz = TeraFlop/s.

12 Ideal for compute bound workloads
Stay Tuned in Intel® Xeon Phi™ Coprocessor 3100 Product Family under $2000 RCP Performance Programmability Applications Up to 1 TFLOP of double-precision (peak)1 C, C++, Fortran Intel and 3rd party tools Compute Bound workloads DNA Sequencing 6GB GDDR5 240 GB/s Bandwidth Active and passive form factors at 300W TDP Ideal for MonteCarlo, Black-Scholes, Life Sciences Key Message: Intel will add the Coprocessor 3100 to the Xeon Phi family in 2013 The 3100 family will be ideally suited for compute bound workloads such as Black-Scholes financial modeling, MonteCarlo simulations, high performance LINpack, and life sciences applications. Intel and 3rd party tools Ideal for compute bound workloads Software and workloads used in performance tests may have been optimized for performance only on Intel microprocessors. Performance tests, such as SYSmark and MobileMark, are measured using specific computer systems, components, software, operations and functions. Any change to any of those factors may cause the results to vary. You should consult other information and performance tests to assist you in fully evaluating your contemplated purchases, including the performance of that product when combined with other products. For more information go to Claim based on calculated theoretical peak double precision performance capability for a single 3100 family coprocessor = TeraFlop/s.

13 Intel Technology Update(Desktop)

14 Sandy Bridge Processor
Sugar Bay Platform Sandy Bridge Processor

15 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ Processor (“Sandy Bridge”)
Sandy Bridge Processor 2nd Generation Hi-K+metal gate process processor core Key Features1: 32nm Sandy Bridge Microarchitecture Intel® Turbo Boost Technology 2.0 Integrated Memory Controller (IMC) – 2ch DDR3, 2 DIMMs/ch, up to Support for SO-DIMM Intel® HD Graphics 2000/3000 or discrete graphics support (1x16, 2x8) Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) acceleration Intel® Quick Sync Video Technology Sandy Bridge Processor Discrete Graphics or Intel® HD Graphics 2000/3000 DDR3 Intel® FDI DMI Socket: LGA 1155 Power: 95W/65W/45W/35W TDP Options Intel® 6 Series Express Chipset (Cougar Point) Platform Compatibility: Intel® 6 Series and 7 Series Chipset Family Intel® FDI: Intel Flexible Display Interface Platform compatibility details. Click here 1 Not all features are available on every processor SKU. 15

16 Maho Bay Platform Ivy Bridge Processor

17 3rd Generation Intel® Core™ Processor (“Ivy Bridge”)
Ivy Bridge Processor 3rd Generation Hi-K+metal gate process processor core Key Features1: 22nm Sandy Bridge Microarchitecture Socket LGA 1155 16 lanes PCI-Express* Gen 3.0 Intel® Turbo Boost Technology 2.0 Integrated Memory Controller (IMC) – 2ch DDR3, 2 DIMMs/ch, up to Support for SO-DIMM Next gen Intel® HD Graphics with DX11 or discrete graphics support (1x16, 2x8) Next gen Intel® Quick Sync Video Technology Enhanced AVX acceleration Ivy Bridge Processor next gen Intel® HD Graphics DDR3 or discrete graphics DMI Intel® FDI Power: quad-core: 77W/65W/45W (1); dual-core: 55W/35W (1) Note: to maintain compatibility with Sandy Bridge processors the FMB specifications will not change for Ivy Bridge. Intel thermal specifications require the use of same thermal solution meeting the TTV Thermal Profiles for these Ivy Bridge Processors. (1) Tested TDP Intel® 7 Series Chipset (“Panther Point”) Platform Compatibility: Intel® 7 Series Family and select 6 Series Chipsets2 Sugar Bay & Maho Bay platform compatibility details. Click here Intel® FDI: Intel Flexible Display Interface 1. Not all features are available on every processor SKU. 2. Ivy Bridge on Sugar Bay (6-series) based platforms will require firmware (ME8), BIOS and graphics driver updates. Ivy Bridge not compatible with Q65, Q67 and B65 based platforms. 3: SO-DIMM supports DDR DIMMS per channel *Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others 17

18 4th Generation Intel® Core™ Processor Family(Haswell)
Shark Bay Q2 2013 4th Generation Intel® Core™ Processor Family(Haswell) Intel® 8 Series Chipset

19 4th Generation Intel® Core™ Processor New Features and Benefits
New architecture on 22nm process Improved CPU performance Enhanced overclocking Fully Integrated voltage regulator (FIVR) New 4th Generation Intel® Core™ Processor Family instructions New advanced vector extension (AVX) instructions Improved AES-NI performance Intel processor graphics with DX11.1 & OCL1.2 Digital display repartition VGA support (via Lynx Point) Up to 3 independent displays: HDMI 1.4, DVI, DP, VGA 2013/2014 platform compatibility LGA 1150 socket (2013 / 2014 desktop processors) 2 Channel 1.5V (up to 4 DIMMs at 1600MHz) Quad Core:84W/65W/45W/35W (1); Dual Core: 54W, 35W(1) 4th Gen Intel® Core™ Processor (“Haswell”) Digital Display DDR3 DDR3L (1.5V) PCI Express (Gen 3) DMI Intel® FDI Intel® 8 Series Chipset Family (Lynx Point) USB3/2 VGA PCI Express (Gen 2) SATA (Gen3) Clarkville LAN Not all features are available on every processor SKU *Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others (1) Tested TDP 19

20 Desktop Shark Bay Platform Value Proposition
Performance Responsiveness Visuals Security * CPU up 10% for Increased Productivity More Overclocking Flexibility for Enthusiasts Low Power CPUs Enable Slimmer Sleeker Form Factors Up and Ready in <3 Seconds Applications Load up to 2x Faster and Apps Always Updated 6 Minute HD Video Ready to Share In 12 Seconds 3D Graphics 2.6X Better1 means more top games are playable Made for 4k and Collage Display Intel® Password Guard for SBA Protects End-User Passwords when logging in remotely Protect Against Data Theft with Haswell New Instructions: faster & better encryption 4th Gen Core goes beyond increasing CPU horsepower and gives you performance when it counts! CPU performance is up ~10% gen over gen but the real news is how Intel is making the PC faster and more responsive when you need it most. Users can now boot up 40% faster and open applications in ½ the time than with traditional hard drives alone. When you return to your computer resume in less than 5 seconds. Your data is always fresh and waiting for you. Lower Power CPUs make sleeker and slimmer AIO designs possible for style conscious consumers. B-Clock ratio tuning provides additional tuning options for enthusiasts to optimize their CPU performance, showcasing Intel’s leadership and dedication to the desktop enthusiast community. Responsiveness Intel Rapid Start Technology resumes your computer in less than 3 seconds (1 – 2 to splash screen, <5 seconds to mouse movement) <3 second time is to align w/what mobile is saying in Shark Bay class. Smart Response Technology allows for Apps to open 2x faster than w/a standard HDD alone (requires small SSD + HDD) Smart Connect Technology keep Network aware applications fresh Visuals 4th Gen Core media capabilities beat high end discrete cards (~$400) with faster Quick Sync Video enabled workloads and applications. ~10x Real time transcoding allows end users to prepare videos to upload to Youtube or put on their mobile (phone/tablet) device faster than ever. Note: 25% improvement over IVB 4K display is made easy and intuitive w/a single Display port or HDMI connector (2 Display port connectors were required on 3rd Gen Core) Compares to middle of Nvidia stack (starting at GT 640 MSRP $90 - $110+ card) Image stabilization out of the box Note: AMD does have this feature on their APU’s Security Hardware-level password security with SBA Requires 3rd party subscription to LastPass.com $12/year/client Free LastPass version provides software level of password security, but Intel Password Guard enables a hardware level of security via ME architectural enhancements in Lynx Point * Names and brands maybe be claimed as the property of others 1Comparing 3D and video conversion of 3rd Gen Core i5 vs 4th Gen Core i5

21 Haswell Processor Graphics – New Features
3D Graphics & GPGPU New API Support: DX11.1, OpenCL 1.2, OpenGL 4.x Up to 3x improvement in 3D performance1 Enhanced gaming experience & GPGPU throughput Media U pt 2x Faster1 AVC transcode Full HW Encode MVC (S3D) and MPEG-2 JPEG & MJPEG HW Decode Additions to Intel® Clear Video HD Technology: Image Stabilization, Gamut Mapping, Frame Rate Conversion Display 3 Independent Symmetrical Display Pipes DP1.2 Support with MST (Multi Stream Transport for daisy chaining displays) and up-to 4K resolutions w/HBR2 HDMI with 4K in addition to x.v.Color, Deep Color, and 3D 1Faster 3D and video conversion comparing IVB GT1 vs. HSW GT2 desktop SKUs

22 Desktop Platform: Roadmap
Q1 ’13 Q2 ’13 Q3 ’13 Q4 ’13 Q1 ’14 Extreme XE i7-3970X i7-3970X 3rd Gen Intel® Core™ Processor (“Ivy Bridge-E”) i7-3960X i7-3960X P2 Premium Performance i7-3930K i7-3930K P1 i7-3820 i7-3820 i7-3770K i7-4770K ≥ i7-4770K ≥ i7-4770K ≥ i7-4770K i7-3770 i7-4770 i7-4770 i7-4770 i7-4770 MS2 Mainstream Performance i5-3570K i5-4670K ≥ i5-4670K ≥ i5-4670K ≥ i5-4670K i5-3570 i5-3550 i5-4670 i5-4670 i5-4670 i5-4670 MS1 i5-3470 i5-4570 i5-4570 i5-4570 i5-4570 Ivy Bridge Sandy Bridge-E Haswell Ivy Bridge-E NOTE: Intel processor numbers are not a measure of performance. Processor numbers differentiate features within each processor family, not across different processor families. See for details. Roadmap not reflective of exact launch granularity and timing – please refer to ILU guidance Intel Confidential 22 22 22

23 Desktop Platform: Roadmap
Q1 ’13 Q2 ’13 Q3 ’13 Q1’14 Q4 ’13 T2 Transactional i3-3240 i3-3250 4th Gen Intel® Core™ Processor T1 i3-3225 i3-3245 i3-3220 i3-3240 L3 Legacy G2130 G2140 Intel® Pentium® Processor L2 G2120 G2130 L1 G2020 G2030 V2 Value G1620 G1620 ≥ G1620 ≥ G1620 Intel® Celeron® Processor V1 G1610 G1610 ≥ G1610 ≥ G1610 G465 G470 ≥ G470 ≥ G470 ≥ G470 A3 Value BGA Bay Trail-D SOC* (* Feb’14-Apr’14) 847 847 ≥ 847 ≥ 847 807 807 ≥ 807 ≥ 807 A2 D2550 D2550 ≥ D2550 ≥ D2550 A1 D2500 D2500 ≥ D2500 ≥ D2500 Intel Atom BGA (Cedarview) with NM10 chipset Intel Celeron BGA (Sandy Bridge) with NM70 chipset Sandy Bridge Ivy Bridge Haswell NOTE: Intel processor numbers are not a measure of performance.  Processor numbers differentiate features within each processor family, not across different processor families.  See for details. Roadmap not reflective of exact launch granularity and timing – please refer to ILU guidance Intel Confidential 23 23

24 Bay Trail Platform Transition
Transitioning to SOC 2013 Entry DT Stack SOC platform (2 chip to 1 chip) NEW: Quad Core CPU option with Intel Burst Technolgy NEW: Intel® Gen7 Graphics with DX*11 NEW: Win* 8 Support HW Media Acceleration – Decode / Encode Targeted RTS within Feb – April’14 2014 Intel® Celeron Processor 807 / 847 Bay Trail-D SOC For Placeholder only Intel® AtomTM Processor D2XXX / N2XXX Productivity Workload 3D Performance Intel NM10 Exp Up to 2X 3X *as compare with Intel Atom Processor D2XXX / N2XXX Bay Trail Provides More Performance and Improved Graphics 24

25 Desktop Processor: Lifestyle Roadmap
Q1 ’13 Q2 ’13 Q3 ’13 Q4 ’13 Q1 ’14 P1 Premium Performance i7-3770S i7-4770S i7-4770S i7-4770S i7-4770S i7-4770T i7-4770T i7-4770T i7-4770T i7-3770T i7-4765T i7-4765T i7-4765T i7-4765T MS2 i5-3570S i5-4670S i5-4670S i5-4670S i5-4670S i5-3550S Mainstream Performance i5-4670T i5-4670T i5-4670T i5-3570T i5-4670T MS1 i5-3475S i5-4570S i5-4570S i5-4570S i5-4570S i5-3470S i5-4570T i5-4570T i5-4570T i5-4570T i5-3470T Ivy Bridge Haswell NOTE: Intel processor numbers are not a measure of performance. Processor numbers differentiate features within each processor family, not across different processor families. See for details. Roadmap not reflective of exact launch granularity and timing – please refer to ILU guidance Intel Confidential 25 25 25

26 Intel® All-in-one Platform
Stylish, Responsive, now with TOUCH Ergonomic & Tilt-flat Design Space Saving & Clutter Free Multi-media HD Entertainment Interactive Experience Large 27” Fast boot & resume HD Graphics Built-in TV Tuner Multi-Touch Screen for Multi-user Collaboration Swivel Reclinable Lay flat One wire design - Built-in keyboard, mouse, & speaker Smart Computing power, All-in-one Simplicity, Powered by Intel

27 Intel Technology Update(Mobile)

28 Haswell Platform Value Proposition
Breakthrough Performance Innovative User Experiences New Haswell Architecture delivers great CPU, Graphics, and Media Performance Targeting up to 15% faster CPU1, upto 2x faster graphics with GT31,2, Up to 12X real- time transcode on GT3 for QC3 and ~9-10x on GT3 1 Chip3 and GT2 (QC and 1 Chip) New TDPs for amazing power efficient performance in Sleek Innovative Form Factors Awesome Responsiveness including Faster Resume times Stay up to date with Connected Standby and Intel® Smart Connect Reinventing the PC with Sensors New and improved connected capabilities powered by Intel Wireless, ThunderboltTM, and NFC solutions Amazing Battery Life Best in Class Security All Day Battery Life with Power Optimizer > 10 days of Connected Standby on Windows* 8 More Secure online PC experience through better encryption, BIOS/FW protection, Malware detection, and Security Services Haswell will reinvigorate the notebook experience and accelerate Ultrabook™ category Note1: Performance estimates are preliminary based on pre-silicon projections and subject to change .Software and workloads used in performance tests may have been optimized for performance only on Intel microprocessors. Performance tests, such as SYSmark and MobileMark, are measured using specific computer systems, components, software, operations and functions. Any change to any of those factors may cause the results to vary. You should consult other information and performance tests to assist you in fully evaluating your contemplated purchase, including the performance of that product when combined with other products. Note2: Projected performance based on 3DMark Vantage Performacne Profile Scores. Note3 : Intel ® Architecture Projections ** Post TTM POR pending

29 Haswell Platform Value Proposition
Optimized for Ultrabooks™ 2-Chip Platform 4th Gen Intel® Core™ Processors (Haswell) Intel® 8-Series Chipset DDR3L 4th Gen Intel® Core™ Processors (U-Processor Line with Integrated I/O) LP-DDR3 DDR3L 1-Chip Platform Performance Up to 1.15x CPU Performance1 vs. 3rd Gen Intel Core™ Processors Targeting 80% of 2-chip dual core CPU performance with ~50% lower average power2 and upto 3.5x lower Idle power2 Visuals Up to 2x Graphics performance1 & 1.25x transcode 1 vs. 3rd Gen Intel Core™ Processors Up to 2x graphics performance 1 vs. 2nd Gen Intel® Core™ “ULV” processors and x vs. 3rd Gen Intel® Core™ U-Processor Line Security Best-in-class security with hardened protection against malware, data & identity theft 2 chip platform offerings plus additional Security features (Anchor Cove, Platform Trust Technology) for Windows 8 Connected Standby platforms Responsiveness Great Responsiveness with Intel Smart Connect, Rapid Start, and Smart Response Technologies Intel Smart Connect, Rapid Start, and Smart Response Technologies, Instant On, Always Updated with Windows* 8 Connected Standby Battery Life Up to 70% more battery life compared to equivalent 3rd Gen Intel Core™ Processors Significant advances in battery life savings (both Idle & Active conditions) with up to 20x better Idle battery life vs. 3rd Gen Intel Core™ Processors U-Processor Line3 Form Factor Enabling innovative designs with thinner BGA package ~25% lower design power (TDP) vs. 3rd gen Intel® Core™ U-Processor Line + chipset, enabling thinner and innovative form-factor capabilities User Experience Premium creation and enthusiast gaming notebooks with exceptional CPU, Graphics & Media performance Platform support for Sensors, Touch, Intel® WiDi, NFC and Common Connectivity Framework (CCF) enable new & compelling user experience Note 1: Projection. Not based on actual silicon measurements; Note2: Average power comparison based on Windows 7 MM07 Office productivity suite. Idle power based on Win8 Idle display on; Note3: Comparison based on Win8 Idle Display Off Software and workloads used in performance tests may have been optimized for performance only on Intel microprocessors.  Performance tests, such as SYSmark* and MobileMark*, are measured using specific computer systems, components, software, operations and functions.  Any change to any of those factors may cause the results to vary.  You should consult other information and performance tests to assist you in fully evaluating your contemplated purchases, including the performance of that product when combined with other products. For more information go to

30 Mobile Processor Roadmap WW05'13 U-Processor Line
Q1’13 Q2’13 Q3’13 Q4’13 1H’14 U-MS3+ i7-4650U i7-4650U ≥ i7-4650U U-MS3 i7-3687U i7-3687U i7-3687U 4th Gen Intel® Core™ Processors1 Broadwell U-MS1+ i5-4350U i5-4350U ≥ i5-4350U U-MS1 i5-3437U i5-3437U i5-3437U 4th Gen Intel® Core™ Processors1 Broadwell U-V2 1037U 1037U 1037U Intel ® Celeron® Processors U-V1 1007U 1007U 1017U 8472 8472 8472 ≥ 8472 1: Exact launch timeline/granularity for 4th Gen Intel Core™ processors will be available via ILU . Please refer to platform dashboard for engineering milestones/RTS dates. Exact SKU details and price point TBD Note 2: ICP 847 with Controllable TDP* support can be paired with NM70 Express Chipset starting Q4’12 for 10”-12” Entry Clamshell PCs 32nm processors ( “Sandy Bridge”) 14nm based “Broadwell” 22nm 3rd Gen Intel Core™ processors ( “Ivy Bridge”) 22nm 4th Gen Intel Core™ processors (“Haswell”) Roadmap not reflective of exact launch granularity and timing – please refer to ILU guidance. Intel Confidential 30 30

31 Mobile Processor Roadmap ww05'13 Y-Processor Line
Q1’13 Q2’13 Q3’13 Q4’13 1H’14 Y-MS3 i7-3689Y i7-3689Y i7-3689Y 4th Gen Intel® Core™ Processors1 Broadwell Y-MS1 i5-3439Y i5-3439Y i5-3439Y Y-V2 1019Y 1019Y ≥ 1019Y ≥ 1019Y Note 1: Exact launch timeline/granularity for 4th Gen Intel® Core™ processors will be available via ILU at a later date. Please refer to platform dashboard for engineering milestones/RTS dates. Exact SKU details and price point TBD. 22nm 4th Gen Intel Core™ processors (“Haswell”) 14nm based “Broadwell” 22nm 3rd Gen Intel Core™ processors ( “Ivy Bridge”) Roadmap not reflective of exact launch granularity and timing – please refer to ILU guidance. Intel Confidential 31 31

32 Mobile Processor Roadmap ww05'13 H-Processor Line
Q1’13 Q2’13 Q3’13 Q4’13 1H’14 QC2+ (GT3e) 4th Gen Intel® Core™ Processors2 Quad Core QC1+ (GT3e) 1 Exact launch timeline/granularity for 4th Gen Intel Core™ processors will be available via ILU at a later date. Please refer to platform dashboard for engineering milestones/RTS dates. Exact SKU details and price point TBD. 2 Available in BGA Only 22nm 4th Gen Intel Core™ Processor (Haswell) Roadmap not reflective of exact launch granularity and timing – please refer to ILU guidance. Intel Confidential 32 32

33 Mobile Processor Roadmap ww05'13 M-Processor Line
Q1’13 Q2’13 Q3’13 Q4’13 1H’14 XE i7-3940XM i7-4930MX2 i7-4930MX2 i7-4930MX2 ≥ i7-4930MX2 QC2 Quad Core i7-3840QM i7-4900MQ2 i7-4900MQ2 i7-4900MQ2 ≥ i7-4900MQ2 QC1 i7-3740QM i7–4800MQ2 i7–4800MQ2 i7–4800MQ2 ≥ i7–4800MQ2 MS3 i7-3540M i7-3540M i7-3540M 4th Gen Intel® Core™ Processors1 Dual Core Power Optimized Performance MS2 i5-3380M i5-3380M i5-3380M Dual Core MS1 i5-3340M i5-3340M i5-3340M Power Optimized Performance 1 Exact launch timeline/granularity for 4th Gen Intel® Core™ processors will be available via ILU. Please refer to platform dashboard for engineering milestones/RTS dates. Exact SKU details and price point TBD. 2 Available in rPGA Only 22nm 4th Gen Intel Core™ Processor (Haswell) 22nm 3rd Gen Intel Core™ processors (codenamed “Ivy Bridge”) = Box SKU Roadmap not reflective of exact launch granularity and timing –please refer to ILU guidance. Intel Confidential 33 33

34 Mobile Processor Roadmap ww05'13 M-Processor Line
Q1’13 Q2’13 Q3’13 Q4’13 1H’14 V2 1020M 1020M 1020M Intel® Celeron® Processors2 V1 1000M 1000M 1005M ≥ 1005M ≥ 1005M 2 Exact launch timeline/granularity for the processors will be available via ILU. Please refer to platform dashboard for engineering milestones/RTS dates. Exact SKU details and price point TBD. *Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others. Roadmap not reflective of exact launch granularity and timing – please refer to ILU guidance. 22nm Intel® Celeron® Processors based on ‘Haswell’ 22nm Intel® Celeron® Processors based on “Ivy Bridge” Intel Confidential 34 34

35 SSD Roadmap

36 Intel® SSD Solutions Intel is designing, optimizing and validating SSD solutions for target market segments Intel® SSD Data Center Family Data Center, Server, Storage, & Embedded SSD Solutions SATA & PCIe solutions, multiple endurance levels, and enterprise class RAS features Intel® SSD Professional Family Corporate, SMB Client, & Embedded SSD Solutions Stable platform solution with Industry leading TCO, superior manageability and security features Intel® SSD Consumer Family Enthusiast, Consumer, & Embedded SSD Solutions Performance-optimized SSDs for enthusiasts The best performance at an affordable price

37 Intel® Solid-State Drive - 5Q Roadmap
Data Center Available Now Q1‘13 Q2’13 Q3’13 Q4’13 Q1‘14 PCIe 910 Series P3700 Series High Endurance (HET) 800G & 400G AIC 2TB, 1.6TB, 800G, 400G, & 200G 2.5“ & AIC P3500 Series Standard Endurance 2TB, 1TB, 500G & 250G 2.5 “& AIC SATA S3700 Series S3700 Series (Feb) 800G, 400G, 200G, & 100G 2.5” SATA 6Gb/s 400G & 200G 1.8” SATA 6Gb/s High Endurance (HET) 710 Series 300G, 200G, & 100G 2.5” SATA 3Gb/s 520 Series 480G, 240G, 180G, 120G & 60G 2.5” SATA 6Gb/s S3500 Series S3500 Series (Mar) S3500 Series 2.5”: 160G & 80G 1.8”: 800G, 400G, 240G, & 80G SATA 6Gb/s Standard Endurance 800G, 480G, 300G, 240G, & 120G 2.5” SATA 6Gb/s 1.6TB 2.5” SATA 6Gb/s 320 Series 600G, 300G1, 160G1, 120G, 80G1, & 40G 2.5” SATA 3Gb/s 1- Also available in 1.8” Form Factor 25nm MLC 25nm MLC HET 20nm MLC 20nm MLC HET Updated ww04’13 37 Intel Confidential 37 37 37

38 Intel® Solid-State Drive - 5Q Roadmap
Corporate Client Available Now Q1‘13 Q2’13 Q3’13 Q4’13 Q1’14 Pro 1500 Series Pro 1500 Series Pro 2500 Series 360G, 240G, 180G & 80G 80mm M.2 SATA 6Gb/s with OPAL 480G, 360G, 240G, & 180G mSATA & 2.5” SATA 6Gb/s with OPAL Capacities TBD SATA 6Gb/s (Planning) Pro Family Consumer Family 500 Series 525 Series 240G, 180G, 120G, 90G, 60G, & 30G mSATA 6Gb/s 520 Series 480G, 240G, 180G, 120G & 60G 2.5” SATA 6Gb/s 320 Series 300 Series 600G, 300G1, 160G1, 120G, 80G1, & 40G 2.5” SATA 3Gb/s 1- Also available in 1.8” Form Factor 25nm MLC 25nm MLC HET 20nm MLC 20nm MLC HET Updated ww04’13 38 Intel Confidential 38 38 38

39 Intel® Solid-State Drive - 5Q Roadmap
Consumer Client Available Now Q1‘13 Q2’13 Q3’13 Q4’13 Q1’14 525 Series 530 Series 530 Series 360G, 240G, 180G & 80G 80mm M.2 SATA & mSATA 6Gb/s 240G, 180G, 120G, 90G, 60G, & 30G mSATA 6Gb/s 480G, 360G, 240G, 180G 2.5” SATA 6Gb/s 520 Series 480G, 240G, 180G, 120G & 60G 2.5” SATA 6Gb/s 500 Series Consumer Family 335 Series 335 Series (Mar) 240G 2.5” SATA 6Gb/s Continued Product Optimizations 180G & 80G 2.5” SATA 6Gb/s 330 Series 300 Series 240G, 180G, 120G & 60G 2.5” SATA 6Gb/s 320 Series 600G, 300G1, 160G1, 120G, 80G1, & 40G 2.5” SATA 3Gb/s 1- Also available in 1.8” Form Factor 25nm MLC 25nm MLC HET 20nm MLC 20nm MLC HET Updated ww04’13 39 Intel Confidential 39 39 39

40 Intel® SSDs: Enterprise SSD Comparison
910 Series (“Ramsdale”) Taylorsville 710 Series 320 Series Interface PCIe* gen2 x8 SATA 6Gb/s ATA8 SATA 3Gb/s ATA8 Form factor ½ height ½ length 1.81, 2.5 inch 2.5 inch 1.8, 2.5 inch Capacities (GB) 800, 400GB 800, 400, 200, 100GB 300, 200, 100GB 600, 300, 160, 120, 80, 40GB Random Performance (IOPs, 4KB files) R: up to 180K W: up to 75K R: up to 80K W: up to 36K R: up to 38.5K W: up to 2.7K R: up to 39.5K2 W: up to 6002 Sustained Sequential Performance (MB/s) R: up to 2.0GB/s W: up to 1.0GB/s R: up to 525MB/s W: up to 500MB/s R:up to 270MB/s W:up to 210MB/s R:up to 270MB/s3 W:up to 200MB/s3 Power 25W Max, 8W stdby 8W typ, 600mW4 idle 3.7 typ. 700mW idle 4W active, 95mW idle Latency R, W: <65µs R: 60µs, W: 66µs R: 75µs, W: 85µs R: 75µs, W: 95µs Endurance5 Up to 14PB Up to 8PB Up to 1.8PB Up to 60TB Reliability 1 sector/1016 bits read, max (UBER5) 2.0M Hrs MTBF 1.2M Hrs MTBF Security No AES-256 bit encryption AES-128 bit encryption Data path protection Yes LBA tag checking Pwr safe Write cache Temperature sensor Current in-rush limiter inch version planned for launch approx 3 months after 2.5 inch version 2. IOPs for 160GB other capacities may vary 3. Transfer rate for 300GB; other capacities may vary. Measurements are performed on 100-percent span of the drive (enterprise workload) 4. Without DIPM. 5. Endurance claims are “up to” using 4KB transfer sizes. 6. Uncorrectable Bit Error Rate

41 Intel® SSDs: Client SSD Comparison
520 Series 330 Series 320 Series 313 Series 310 Series Position vs. other Intel SSDs Overall client performance Mainstream client value Mainstream client value, quality of service Optimized for Intel® Smart Response Technology Optimized for small form factor clients Interface SATA 6Gb/s SATA 3Gb/s Form factor 2.5 inch 1.8, 2.5 inch 2.5 inch, mSATA mSATA Capacities (GB) 480, 240, 180, 120, 60GB 180, 120, 60GB 600, 300, 160, 120, 80, 40GB 24, 20GB 80, 40GB Max. random perf. (IOPs) R: up to 60K W: up to 80K1 R: up to 22.5K W: up to 33K R: up to 39.5K W: up to 23K R: up to 36K W: up to 4K R: up to 35K W: up to 6.6K Max. sequential perf. (MB/s) R:up to 550MB/s W:up to 520MB/s R:up to 500MB/s W:up to 450MB/s R: up to 270MB/s W:up to 220 MB/s R:up to 220MB/s W:up to 115MB/s R:up to 200MB/s W:up to 70MB/s AES Encryption 256 bit 128 bit No Data reliability Surplus NAND array, end-to-end Surplus NAND array Endurance (min. useful life) 5 yrs, up to 20GB written per day 3 yrs, up to 20GB written per day 5 years with up to 20GB written per day Warranty 5 year 3 year 1. Random 4 KB write performance measured using out-of-box SSD on compressible workloads." Client Intel SSD IOPs and endurance specs are for client-based workloads. Performance values vary by capacity. See the specific Intel® SSD product specifications for performance specifications of each capacity drive. * Warranties for OEM box version of 520 Series and 320 Series are subject E9 SMART attribute (wear indicator).

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