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    Arrow Intel's Enterprise Platform Roadmap

    Hello folks,

    I had a look but couldn't see this posted before...

    This is out of the 14th Sept issue of Computer Weekly - A sub section of "Intel unveils roadmap to reduce cost of business transformation" by Cliff Saran.
    The first two Intel Xeon MP processors based on the 90nm process, codenamed Cranford and Potomac, are expected in the first half of 2005.

    The products will include Intel's Extended Memory 64 technology and demand-based switching with enhanced Speedstep technology. They will be supported by a new four-way chipset, codenamed Twin Castle, that supports PCI Express and DDR2 memory.

    Multi-core technology is expected to arrive in high-end systems with a dual-core Intel Xeon MP Processor, codenamed Tulsa, and an Itanium 2 processor codenamed Montecito.

    A new version of the Itanium 2 dual-core processor, codenamed Montvale, will be the first Itanium processor based on the 65nm process technology and is planned for after Montecico.

    Intel is also planning to develop a milti-core Intel Xeon processor MP, codenamed Whitefield, and a multi-core Itanium 2 processor, codenamed Tukwila.

    Intel said Irwindale will be the codename for a follow-on processor to the recently introduced Intel Xeon 3.6GHz processor.

    Intel is also developing a server virtualisation technology to support partitioning, along with improved security and reliability.
    Just thought that some of you would like to see it.
    Last edited by Captain Fizz; 15-09-2004 at 04:59 PM.

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