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Intel to detail next-gen chip design
Contributed by: SHA, at 8/13/2005 10:13:00 PM.

Intel will unveil its next-generation processor architecture in just under two weeks' time, the chip giant said today.
Due to ship in H2 2006, the architecture will result in "processors that are high-performance, energy-efficient and multi-core", the company said. "New form-factors" for PCs will be enabled, it promised.


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1 Comments:

  • Of course, this move by intel comes hot on the heels of Apple's announcement of it's decision to use intel processors in future Macs.

    For years, intel has been wanting to get rid of the ageing, legacy-ridden x86 architecture, but couldn't do so because of Microsoft's own build-up of legacy code within it's Windows operating system. Apple, having to switch architectures, and ofcourse one with a far more versatile code layout, is a possible customer for a new architecture.

    Let's see!

    By Anonymous Absar, at 8/15/2005 09:02:00 PM  

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