DailyTech had a look at Intel's server processor roadmap for the next couple of months:
Intel next week will launch five new products. At the beginning of the week Intel plans on silently releasing its Pentium D 925 processor. The Presler based Pentium D 925 is clocked at 3 GHz on a 1066 MHz front-side bus with 4MB L2 cache. Unlike the previous Pentium D 920, the 925 lacks Intel Virtualization Technology. Intel will finally release its dual-core Xeon 3000 series processors towards the middle of the week. Accompanying the Xeon 3000 series processor launch is Intel’s Kaylo server platform and Intel 3000 Mukilteo 2 and 3010 Mukilteo 2P chipsets.