Technology Distributions, (TD) and Dell Computers are promoting Intel Core processors as the ideal processors to handle the complex data arising from the emerging information society.
The convergence of voice, video and data at work and recreation has placed enormous pressure on the PC in terms of how long it takes to execute specific assignments. According to the Managing Director, Marketing at TD, Mrs. Chioma Chimere, today’s multi-tasking achiever requires a PC that enables him to clear his desk in record time.
She explained that TD remained a brand name that Intel uses for various mid-range to high-end consumer and business microprocessors. The Intel Core processors are more powerful variants of the same processors marketed as entry level Celeron and Pentium. The Intel i3, the Intel i5 and the Intel i7 are the three divisions that make up Intel's Core brand, which is a collection of consumer-oriented processors, or central processing units, for desktop and laptop PCs. She explained that identical or more capable versions of core processors were also sold as Xeon processors for the server and workstation market.
The TD marketing boss explained that generally referred to as the 3rd generation Intel Core Processors, they guarantee speed and longer working hours. She listed the Dell Inspiron 5050 and Dell Latitude E5430 as systems with Intel Core i3 and Intel Core i5 processors respectively. She urged the resellers to increase the market shares of the outstanding products based on the reputation of Dell as Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) that brings the right products and services to a wide range of customers across all business segments.