Intel: 50% of server CPUs 45nm in Q2 2008

Posted on Saturday, Jul 28 2007 @ 01:35 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Intel says that by the second quarter of next year, 45nm will be good for almost 50 percent of its total 2-way server processor shipments. This includes the quad-core Harpertown and dual-core Wolfdale-DP 45nm processors:
At Harpertown's launch in fourth quarter of 2007, 45nm processors will account for around 11% of the total 2-way server processor shipments. The percentage will increase to around 29% in first quarter 2008 when Wolfdale-DP joins the market. In second quarter of 2008, the percentage will rise to around 45% with Wolfdale-DP taking around 8% and Harpertown around 37%. 65nm processors (Clovertown and Woodcrest) will account for the remaining 55% of shipments for the quarter, the sources said.

With Intel's server market share at approximately 80%, Intel's biggest competitor in 2008 might be itself, noted the sources.
Source: DigiTimes

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