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At the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, the chipmaker cleared up the minor mysteries surrounding die photos of new Nehalem-based microprocessors.
The recent announcements of new Core i7 and Core i5 processors, which use the Intel chip design code-named Lynnfield, raise some interesting questions about the company's product strategy.
Intel unveils its first mainstream CPUs with unlocked clock multipliers
A new family of CPUs from Tilera with 16 to 100 cores per chip will set new complexity records for general-purpose microprocessors. It will also teach a lesson about what "general purpose" means.
Intel doesn't want to be the only one touting eensy-weensy servers aimed at Web site hosting companies. It's trying to standardize its design.
The Turbo Boost technology in Intel's new Core i7 Mobile processor is positioned as a way to run the cores faster under certain circumstances--but that's not really why the technology exists.
At the annual developer forum, Intel shows off what it can do with silicon and what to look forward to from systems built around its chips.
The chipmaker is expected to roll out the first Core i7 processor for laptops on Wednesday. Several major PC makers are also expected to announce new laptops using the chip.
Intel plans to express Moore's Law as integration of functions into fewer chips later this month at the Intel Developer Forum.
Intel introduces new, more affordable Core i7 and Core i5 desktop CPUs, as well as the new Intel P55 Express motherboard chipset to support them.