Intel Centrino, Xeon and Itanium 2004 updated roadmap information

Posted on Sunday, March 14 2004 @ 23:40 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
AnandTech has a new article regarding Intel's Centrino, Xeon and Itanium 2004 Roadmaps.
As Q1 begins to draw to a close, we have one more Intel roadmap to add to the mix. You may have already read some of our other Intel and AMD roadmaps from earlier this year. Intel also recently got some attention in our server shootout between Opteron and Gallatin/Prestonia cored Xeons.

We have hinted at Nocona, Potomac, and Jayhawk earlier this year and in other roadmaps. Just as a small refresher, Potomac is the Xeon MP replacement scheduled for Q1 '05. Nocona (for 1P and 2P servers) will show up next quarter, while Nocona's successor (Jayhawk) will show up in 2005. The Pentium M derivatives are based off Intel's Dothan core.
The whole article can be found over at AnandTech

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