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Old 21st February 2006, 11:47   #1
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Intel's next platform is 'Pro'

A FEW DAYS ago, we told you about Intel and Skype hooking up and pulling in the Intel version of 10 way conference calling. A couple of days later, word leaked out about a mysterious 'pro' platform. What do they have in common, and what is 'pro' about Averill anyway?

If you read the Skype article, it is almost like they were foreshadowing something, and you would be right, the 10 way conferencing is one of the fundamentals of the Pro platform. While Intel got reamed up and down by the Slashdot set for one conspiracy or another, the truth is not so colourful. It wanted to get the functionality out in time for the Pro launch, so spent the time, money and engineers to push its version out the door first. There will be an AMD variant and a non-dual core one to follow, so take off the tin foil helmets, the CIA is out to get you, but tin foil won't help. There, I said it.
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