Narrow your search
Intel is going talk about its next chip microarchitecture at a September conference in San Francisco.
Computer maker takes an early lead in embracing the new Core i7 processor, Intel's first mobile chip based on its new Nehalem microarchitecture.
The desktop processor represents the vanguard of Intel's new Nehalem microarchitecture.
The chipmaker gives a name to the next-generation chip design that's at the heart of the company's fight against AMD.
Itanium will be the official name of Intel's Merced processor, and the company will provide more details on the microarchitecture of the chip tomorrow.
The chipmaker confirms it has licensed a proprietary piece of microarchitecture, loosening its stranglehold on the high-end market.