Intel Confirms "Second-Generation" Dual-Core Chips for Late 2006.

@ 2005/05/10
Intel Corp. on Thursday during a meeting with financial analysts confirmed intention to launch microprocessors code-named Merom and Conroe for notebooks and desktops. The firm called the chips “second generation dual-core processors”, which may indicate new architecture of the chips.

Intel’s president and COO, who will soon become the CEO of the world’s largest chipmaker, said Intel would launch “second generation dual-core processors” Merom, which would succeed Yonah, and Conroe, which would succeed Presler, in late 2006. He did not elaborate whether the company would ship the chips for revenue late next year, or Intel would launch the chips in late 2006.

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