Intel Itanium, Xeon latest blueprint for next year a dual-core (figure)
Intel EPG industry presentations were held yesterday in San Francisco, at the meeting, Intel released its its server line processor development blueprint. Intel said in the next 2 years, under Intel Server series processor, will use many new technologies, such as PCI Express, dual-core, multi-core, cache recovery data center management and control, and so on.
According to the latest blueprint announced Intel, Intel Itanium2 processors code-named Madison 9M will be introduced during the year, operating frequency greater than 1.5GH. In 2005, introduced integrated physical kernel pair of Montecito processors, 0.09 micron manufacturing process and built up to 24MB of cache. After 2005, Intel will launch and the former Alpha team jointly developed the Tukwila processor, built-in multiple physical cores.
On the IA-32 platform, Intel plans to release during the year, code-named Nocona Xeon processor, support 800MHz FSB, operating frequency greater than 3.2GHz, integrated 1MB level caching, matching Lindenhurst chipset products, Tumwater, is expected to support PCI Express, and in 2005, Intel will introduce integrated physical kernel pair of Tulsa, Jayhawk processors.