Intel Core to go 90% Duo by year-end

Posted on Monday, May 01 2006 @ 21:57 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Intel plans to switch its mobile processors for 90 percent to dual-core by the end of this year, The Reg writes:
In the past, Intel has said it will go into 2007 with "over 70 per cent" of its mobile processor production taken up by dual-core offerings - primarily the current, 'Yonah' Core Duos, but also some next-generation 'Merom' parts too. But with the accelerated Merom release schedule announced last week - the chip will debut this coming August instead of some time in Q4 - Intel hopes its single-core to dual-core transition will gain a significant boost.

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