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Intel Introduces New Chips Aimed at Web-Connected Devices

Intel Corp., seeking to expand into new areas as its main personal-computer business shrinks, introduced products aimed at connecting everything from industrial equipment to household appliances.

The world’s largest chipmaker is rolling out versions of its Atom processors that will work in a broader range of temperatures and provide integrated security, Ton Steenman, an Intel vice president, said at a company briefing in San Francisco today. Intel is also providing new software via its Wind River and McAfee units and will offer chips from its low-power Quark range, he said.