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Intel announced in their Fourth Quarter Business Overview that the company began shipments of the Pentium M (previously code-named Banias) processor intended for mobile computers in December 2002. It was stressed that Intel Pentium M processors were sold in mass quantities and the revenue was included in the quarterly financial report.

The technologies represented by the Intel Centrino brand include the Pentium M microprocessor, related chipsets and 802.11 (Wi-Fi) wireless networking capability. Commercial products utilizing Pentium M processor and other Centrino “ingredients” are scheduled to be introduced in March, according to Intel.

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