New server roadmaps from Intel show the company is preparing the Tigerton processor for Q3 2007 and the Montvale for Q4 2007.
Intel is projecting that Woodcrest will have a 65 per cent share of its DP segment by the end of this quarter, while Clovertown, just announced, will have 40% of DP volumes by the second quarter of next year.
Meanwhile we have fresh "platforms" to stand waiting for the CPU train to arrive, including Garlow, in Q4 2007 which uses the Bigby-P chipset and supports quad core and dual core microprocessors. The Bigby also comes in a "V" variation.
Another platform at the workstation terminal is Garlow, which comes in Seaburg and Bearlake-X chipset flavours. Barlake X will have a 1333MHz system bus while Seaburg will support 128GB of memory, and includes a "Snoop Filter".