Intel Unveils New 45nm Architecture-Nehalem

March 28th, 2007 |
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Intel unveiled the next stages for its new 45 nanometer process technology. The new microarchitecture is code-named Nehalem and represents a major shift in design. The technology is aimed partly at the requirements of next-generation media services over the Internet. Chips based on Nehalem are expected to launch in 2008. At a San Francisco press briefing, PodTech’s Jason Lopez spoke with Intel’s Pat Gelsinger about Nehalem, IDF Beijing and his upcoming blog.

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