Intel executives presented a detailed roadmap of the companys dual-core future at the Intel Developer Forum here on Tuesday, including plans for a processor that will now be called the "Pentium D."
According to Stephen Smith, vice president of the digital enterprise group at Intel Corp., the company has no less than 15 dual-core development plans under way, an indication that the chip giant has fully committed to its new tack. Moreover, Intel intends to combine 64-bit processing and dual-core capabilities in its "Extreme Edition" processor family. Analysts have complained that Intels roadmap briefings are often lacking on key details that are revealed slowly over time, in briefings given individually over a period of months.
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