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Intel plans low-voltage 'Woodcrest' server chip

The low voltage version of the next-generation server processor consumes only 40 watts.

By March 7, 2006

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New and Noteworthy: Woodcrest, Conroe, and the "pro" Macs; WPN: Windows To Make Apple Rich; more

New and Noteworthy: Woodcrest, Conroe, and the "pro" Macs; WPN: Windows To Make Apple Rich; more

By July 17, 2006

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Intel: Never mind Dempsey, here's Woodcrest

Intel overshadows launch of new server chip by disclosing performance numbers of unreleased Woodcrest chip.

By May 23, 2006

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Intel 'Harpertown' chip rules supercomputer list

Intel Xeon processors dominate the semiannual top 500 list overall.

By June 18, 2008

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AMD's tough times

The chipmaker had a good run while Intel was more or less sleeping. Now it's time to wake up and smell reality.

By December 17, 2007

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AMD's quad-core 'Barcelona' coming in August

Faster models will arrive in the fourth quarter; first servers using the chips are due in September.

By June 29, 2007

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Quad-core heading to NEC's resilient servers

Fault-tolerant line of systems will get an upgrade with latest Intel Xeons.

By March 30, 2007

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Dell plans virtualization-oriented server

The company plans to release a dual-processor system in the second half of 2007 geared specifically for virtualization tasks.

By March 23, 2007

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Intel ups server share, but AMD wins in PCs

Intel's Xeon carves server chip share despite Opteron price cuts, but AMD still gains in notebooks, desktops.

By January 30, 2007

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Week in review: Vista on the horizon

Operating-system debut might not spark "midnight madness," but Microsoft has a couple of things going for it.

By January 26, 2007