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Old 15th April 2009, 18:12   #1
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Despite of tough economic environment, sales of expensive desktops as well as workstations remain on high level, according to Intel Corp., whose chief executive officer said that shipments of central processing units (CPUs) featuring Nehalem micro-architecture have almost reached a milestone of one million units shipped.
“If you combine Intel Core i7 and Intel Xeon 5500-series processors, this week Intel expects to ship its one millionth Nehalem-based microprocessor, demonstrating that the market still responds to the best performing products. […] It’s in very good volume now for that segment of the market, although it is a fairly high-end segment of the market,” said Paul Otellini, chief executive officer and president of Intel, during a conference call with financial analysts
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Intel Nehalem processors bring a number of important innovations to the company’s desktop and server platforms. The new chips sport built-in memory controllers, utilize new processor bus, new cache sub-system, SSE4.2 instructions, new micro-architecture and so on. It is also important that the Nehalem processors’ design allows integration of both general-purpose x86 cores as well as graphics processing engines.

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the keyphrase is here
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If you combine Intel Core i7 and Intel Xeon 5500-series processors
Dell, HP and others have started shipping servers and workstations with 5500 Xeon; Dell, HP and others are actively pushing the new Xeons as being faster, but also more power friendly, thinking green; most likely the big OEMs have placed large orders, pushing Intel shipping numbers for their Nehelams over 1 million.
on the desktop (read: Core i7) Intel prospect are 1% of the CPUs in Q3~Q4 2009 ... FYI
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seems I was right

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On Nehalem, on the core I-7 which is the workstation and high-end desktop product, that’s been shipping since November. It’s in very good volume now for that segment of the market, although it is a fairly high-end segment of the market.

The real interesting is what happens on the dual-processor server product. About half the volume that I referenced was in servers, about half of it was in the desktop machine. So that gives you some idea of the slope of this product. We see this as a premium product. It is the best product in the marketplace, so you will see us maintain a premium pricing profile for this product for a while.
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