Intel's dual-core Xeons to appear in 2006

Posted on Wednesday, Oct 20 2004 @ 23:14 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
“The first dual-core Intel Xeon processor for a dual processor system is due in the first quarter of 2006. We are putting our resources around a number of dual and multi-core plans that definitely contrast competitive plans, including three priority projects next year that focus on desktop and mobile PCs and our high-end Itanium line which will be both dual core and multi-threaded,” an Intel spokesman told X-bit labs.

While Intel officials briefly describe long-term future, they remain tight-lipped over not-too-distant projects, denying to comment on products that the company plans to release instead of the canned Jayhawk.

Read more over at X-bit Labs


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