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Intel breathless with Nehalem anticipation

At IDF, Intel's Pat Gelsinger barely restrains his excitement about the next-generation 'Nehalem' processors due in 2008.

By Sep. 18, 2007

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IDF Fall 2007, part 5-- Penryn Inside

Stephen Pawlowski and Ofri Wechsler describe Intel's next-generation processor code-named Penryn.

By Sep. 18, 2007

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Intel releases more details on future Nehalem chip

An Intel paper details the communication speeds and power saving features, among other details.

By Jun. 16, 2008

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Report: Low-cost Intel quad-core and Nehalem chips coming

Intel reportedly is readying a low-cost quad-core processor to compete with AMD's triple-core chip. Specifications on Intel's upcoming Nehalem chip are leaking out too.

By Jun. 13, 2008

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CeBit 2009: A look at the P55 chipset Core i5 motherboard

Day 2 of the tech show taking place in Hanover, Germany this week.

By Mar. 5, 2009

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Boxx fills in for a failing SGI

Glaskowsky reminisces about Silicon Graphics and finds solace in the growth of Boxx Technologies as a supplier of high-performance workstations and compute servers.

By Aug. 29, 2008

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Intel Itanium to go quad-core in early 2009

Alliance to promote use of Itanium says quad-core version of chip will come out in early 2009, discloses more than a 30 percent jump in volume growth year to year.

By May. 19, 2008

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Intel pitching Silverthorne, Itanium at ISSCC

World's largest chipmaker plans to present technical papers on two of its more interesting designs, the low-power Silverthorne chip and a quad-core Itanium processor, during the ISSCC conference this week.

By Feb. 3, 2008

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Intel officially launches Core i7, pricing

Chipmaker officially debuts its next-generation processor at an event in San Francisco.

By Nov. 17, 2008

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Intel Core i7 chip reviews arrive--yes, it's fast

Intel's Core i7 processor is expected to launch later this month--appearing first in fast gaming desktop PCs.

By Nov. 2, 2008