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Old 17th June 2005, 04:02   #1
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OUR OLE MUCKER Nico Ernst, over at says Intel has plans to integrate memory controllers onto its server chips by 2007.
Nico heard the tale from SGI Chief Technology Officer Lim Goh.

Goh told journalists in Munich that, by 2007, Intel would, "standardise the interface of the IA32 and IA64 processors and will integrate the memory controller into the CPU."

Intel has refused to confrim the story. Perhaps because AMD already took the step to move the memory controller on its server chips from the North Bridge to the processor itself.

The first Intel chip to have built-in memory controller could well be the multi-cored Tukwila Itanic, Dr Goh suggests.

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