2012 was an exciting year for Intel in the Asia Pacific region.
Zia Manzur, country business manager, Intel Bangladesh said this to journalists at a press meet in the capital.
At the meet he said technology innovation from the region made possible devices with an immersive and personal computing experience. Intel is proud to be a driving force behind this innovation. Creating and extending computing technology to connect and enrich lives has been Intel's company vision. This year Intel made a leap forward by delivering next generation processors that changed the way people use and interact with computing technology from interactive signs, smart cars to smartphones, tablets, Ultrabooks and servers.
He said Intel also continued its work to help transform Asia into a global powerhouse through a focus on education, encouraging the adoption of 21st century skills and investing in Asian start-ups and entrepreneurs across the region.
Manzur said in 2012 Intel made smarter, faster and more secure computing possible through the integration of revolutionary technology. The first processors built on Intel's innovative 22nm 3-D tri-gate transistors came to market with the launch of the 3rd generation Intel core processor family. As a result Ultrabooks and other PC systems are now equipped with new technology that enables faster file transfers, super-quick start times, quick connections and greater security.
At event he said Intel is expected to launch its 4th generation Intel Core processor in 2013.