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Intel Nehalem, Dunnington, Tukwila and Larabee Details

Mar 18 2008, 1:45am CDT | by , in News | Hardware & Peripherals

Intel Nehalem, Dunnington, Tukwila and Larabee Details
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Intel revealed details about their upcoming products with new codenames for you to get familiar with: Nehalem, Dunnington, Tukwila and Larabee.

Pat Gelsinger, Intel Senior Vice President, disclosed details around Intel's multi-processor (MP) servers based on Intel's 6-core processor codenamed "Dunnington" and Intel's new Itanium processor codenamed "Tukwila." Gelsinger discussed current hot enterprise topics, including virtualization and the new SPEC power benchmark for measuring server energy efficiency, in which Intel-based systems hold all of the top 20 spots. He disclosed a number of technical features on two important products for Intel, Nehalem, Intel's next generation processor family and Larrabee, a future Intel product with many cores.

More details on the Intel site. Via Hothardware.

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