Chip analyst Nathan Brookwood at Insight64 has clearly got the bit between his teeth, in the race to understand how Intel will deliver dual core chips within the time frame it promised at its Developer Forum just days ago.
Brookwood, in a document sent to clients, said that after he released a report last week, some readers suggested he used too broad a definition of engineering prototype. According to some of his readers, a dual core prototype has to, at a minimum, have two processor cores on a single piece of silicon.
More info at The Inquirer
How will Intel deliver dual-core processors?
Posted on Sunday, September 19 2004 @ 19:52 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck