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    Intel Next-Gen Core (NGC) dev team still looking for staff

    To build a "revolutionary microprocessor core to power the next decade of computing".
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    Re: Intel Next-Gen Core (NGC) dev team still looking for staff

    I don't think Intel would be saying this stuff about a processor design that merely iterates on the company's current technology.
    lol, I think that is exactly the kind of fluff Intel would say about a small iteration on the current technology.

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    Re: Intel Next-Gen Core (NGC) dev team still looking for staff

    Quote Originally Posted by DanceswithUnix View Post
    lol, I think that is exactly the kind of fluff Intel would say about a small iteration on the current technology.
    Quite poss. "We are looking for people to grind out process optimisations to deliver marginal performance gains in consumer and enteprise processors, in a controlled fashion so that we can continue to roll out incremental upgrades to extend the longevity and value of our current IP portfolio over several generations", just doesn't have enough impact...

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    Re: Intel Next-Gen Core (NGC) dev team still looking for staff

    Everyone should notice that AMD did a serious wake up call to Intel.

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    Re: Intel Next-Gen Core (NGC) dev team still looking for staff

    Yeah they're like at a "process, architecture and optimisation" model but in practiicality they're on the same core architecture "optimising" it for more than 6 years now...

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    Re: Intel Next-Gen Core (NGC) dev team still looking for staff

    I'd guess on this being the post-post-Core architecture project. Remember a few years ago when there were rumblings of a new uArch design with 'inverse' hyperthreading (two physical cores that can combine to act as one logical core, either splitting or sharing a job dispatcher)? That'd be the post-Core architecture.

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    Re: Intel Next-Gen Core (NGC) dev team still looking for staff

    Quote Originally Posted by edzieba View Post
    I'd guess on this being the post-post-Core architecture project. Remember a few years ago when there were rumblings of a new uArch design with 'inverse' hyperthreading (two physical cores that can combine to act as one logical core, either splitting or sharing a job dispatcher)? That'd be the post-Core architecture.
    Wasn't AMD doing that with the construction cores?

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