Insyde® Software Enables Intel’s First 10nm Processor-Based Notebook

InsydeH2O® UEFI BIOS Boots Lenovo® IdeaPad® 330 with Intel® Core i3-8121U “Cannon Lake” Processor

COMPUTEX - TAIPEI, TAIWAN - June 5, 2018 – Insyde® Software, a leading provider of UEFI BIOS and systems management software, today announced its InsydeH2O® UEFI BIOS firmware powers the Lenovo IdeaPad 330, the first notebook computer launched using Intel’s 10nm-process 8th generation Core i3-8121U processor.

According to Intel’s ARK catalogue, the 2-core, 4-thread Core i3-8121U is designed to work in mid-range notebooks, utilizing a base clock speed of 2.2GHz that rises to 3.2GHz via Turbo Boost, 4MB of cache, a TDP of 15W, and support for up to 32GB LPDDR4 or LPDDR4X memory.

“Our close collaboration with Intel and early readiness for this new generation of Intel processor are just a few of the many reasons Lenovo and its ODM partner chose InsydeH2O,” said Aven Chuang, Senior VP and General Manager of the Personal Computing Group at Insyde Software.

At Computex, which takes place from June 5-8, 2018, Insyde Software will be celebrating both its 20-year anniversary and new corporate identity unveiling with an array of new client, server and IoT software product innovations and demonstrations. Insyde Software will greet customers in its suite at The W Hotel, located just a few blocks from the Taipei International Convention Center.   

About Insyde Software

Insyde Software ( is a leading worldwide provider of UEFI firmware, systems management solutions and custom engineering services for companies in the mobile, server, desktop and IoT (Internet-of-Things) computing industries. The company is publicly held (GTSM: 6231) and headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan with U.S. headquarters in Westborough, MA. The company’s customers include the world’s leading computing, communications and storage device designers and manufacturers.

Insyde and InsydeH2O are registered trademarks or trademarks of Insyde Software in the United States and other countries. Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.

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