Intel’s Mobile Dual-Core Chip Showcased, but Delayed to 2006
Intel Corp., the world’s largest maker of processors for desktops, servers and notebook, showcased recently its dual-core 65nm mobile central processing unit at a meeting with analysts, but said the commercial products based on the technology are only expected to emerge in 2006, some time behind the generally recognized schedule under which the processor was targeted for ’05 release.
Intel’s First 65nm Chip Working
“This week was the first time not only that we have shown the Yonah silicon publicly, but did a live, functioning demo, i.e., booted the operating systems, ran applications, etc. For the live demonstration we used a silicon we produced about a week ago,” Barbara Grimes, a spokeswoman for Intel Corp., told X-bit labs.
Despite of live demonstration, the actual notebooks based on the Dothan chip are only expected to emerge in 2006, not in 2005, as previously anticipated. The delay, however, is unlikely to lie in the field of technology, as Intel promises to ship the Yonah processors, the company’s first 65nm microprocessor, for revenue in late 2005.
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