The Intel® Pentium® processor is the classic, reliable processor from the name you trust with all your computing needs—today and tomorrow.
From its introduction nearly two decades ago until today, the Intel® Pentium® processor is still the classic, reliable processor from the name you trust with all your computing needs—today and tomorrow.
DC specifications, pinout, and signal definitions, interface functional descriptions, thermal specifications, and additional feature information.
Datasheet, Vol. 1: Provides information on interfaces, specifications, definitions, and thermal management for the mobile 4th generation Intel® Core™ processor family.
Spec Update: Pentium® processor N3520/J2850 and Celeron® processor N2920/N2820/N2815/N2806/J1850/J1750 errata and clarifications. (v.1, Oct. 2013)
Specification Update: Specification errata and clarifications for the Intel® Celeron® and Pentium® processor N- and J- series. (v.6, Mar. 2014)
Intel is working with companies to make security software that is enhanced with hardware, expanding enterprise protection from boot time to run time.
Intel speeds security software and makes it stronger by building tools right into the silicon to protect enterprise data and increase efficiency.
Infographic: Shows how mobile use has become a part of our daily lives—from the increase in smart phone users to the proliferation of app downloads.
Infographic: How mobile technology use has become a part of our daily lives—from the drastic increase in smart phone users to the proliferation of app downloads—and will only continue to define our existence.