2001-09-10 Intel 845 Chip set for Willamette first launched with SDRAM support. Includes the new ICH-3 hub featuring two ATA-100 ports and six USB 2.0 ports. DDR support added in Q1-02. Formerly known as Brookdale.
2001-10-01 Intel Pentium III-M LV New low power Intel chips competing directly with Transmeta targeting notebooks only. Intel designations: "Low Voltage" and "Ultra Low Voltage".
2001-H2 Intel Almador Low cost chip set with integrated graphics for Willamette. Supports SDRAM and DDR-SDRAM. Delayed due to uncertainties about the new graphics port.
2002-01-07 Intel Pentium 4 2.2 Willamette core shrunk to 0.13 um starting at 2.2 GHz introduced at $562. Uses the 478 pin socket and the Tehama or Brookdale North Bridge. Includes 512 kB cache.