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|12th May 2010, 10:31||#1|
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88 percent of Intel CPUs in Q1 2011 to be Core 2010
Intel has some aggressive plans for Core 2010 expansion in 2010 and beyond. Core 2010 is a mutual name for Lynnfield and Clarkdale desktop processors or the second generation of Nehalem architecture.
In Q2 2010, Intel plans to have 44 percent of all sold CPUs based on Core 2010. 45 percent of all CPUs sold in this quarter should go to business market segment and in overall desktop market Intel hopes to have 44 percent of all desktop CPUs based on Core 2010.
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