Tulsa to account for 85% of 4-way server shipment from Intel in Q1 2007

Posted on Monday, Sep 25 2006 @ 01:16 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Intel's Tulsa processors, the dual-core Xeon 7100 series, are expected to account for 85% of the company's 4-way server processor shipment in the first quarter of next year, up from the projected 60% in Q4 2006.
Then, the proportion will be further increased and reached 95% in the second quarter, the sources noted, adding that Intel's next-generation four-way server CPU, codenamed Tigerton, is expected to be introduced in the following quarter.

By the second quarter of 2007, Intel will suspend production of Cranford and Potomac processors, and the shipment contribution of its Paxville MP lineup will fall below 5%, the sources continued.

The quad-core Tigerton will become a key element of Intel's future Caneland server platform, which will also include Clarksboro chipsets and support FB-DIMM (fully buffered DIMM) memory technology, the sources stated.
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