The Ivy Bridge collection of CPUs is all well and good, but it hasn't removed Sandy Bridge from the equation, obvious from how Chipzilla continues to expand that product line even now.
There are two central processing units that Intel will supposedly
release in September this year (2012), both of them belonging to the Core i3 SB series.
Their exact names are Core i3-2308M and Core i3-2365M. They will be aimed at business PCs for small and medium companies.
The former has 2.1 GHz clock speed, integrated HD 3000 graphics at 650 MHz (1,100 MHz Turbo Boost) and a TDP of 35W.
The other unit is a 1.4 GHz part with a TDP of 17W, making it suitable for low-end notebooks (Intel won't let any ultrabooks be made with it though). The built-in GPU has a 350MHz frequency (1 GHz Turbo).
Both chips have two cores, 3 MB L3 cache memory, Hyper-Threading and VT-x Virtualization, but they lack TXT, AES Encryption, VT-d Virtualization and Turbo Boost (which makes the purported ability of the GPUs to speed up when needed somewhat peculiar).