Intel Glenwood and Lakeport dual-core chipsets plans

Posted on Saturday, October 16 2004 @ 17:38 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
People close to Intel's plans showed us details of what the firm intends to do with its Glenwood and Lakeport chipsets next year at Oliver's Bar in Dublin earlier this week and at something like two o'clock in the morning. Don't forget, Intel's Leixlip fabrication plant is based in Dublin too, and some Chipzilla folk are always up for the craic.

While Intel was preparing Her Majesty's Press for its "right hand turn" later in the week, it has already been chatting to its customers about a number of elements in Glenwood and Lakeport, which will support the chip firm's "Smithfield" SKUs.

It will move to enable samples of its ICH7 A0 steppings just as soon as it can, but the important thing to know is that Glenwood and Lakeport support a number of features relating to its next generation CPUs..

More info at The Inquirer

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