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Perlmutter says the next-generation Intel Atom processor, codenamed 'Clover Trail' for light-weight tablets featues better battery life and always on technology.
Intel sees a need for an integrated hardware and software approach to security in light of the increasingly complex and sophisticated threats.
Intel's SVP and general manager of the Software and Services Group, Renée James, was joined on stage by Michael DeCesare, co-president of McAfee.
Perlmutter says 4th generation Intel Core processors will enable faster, thinner, lighter, cooler and more secure systems with built-in graphics. They are due next year.