Is Intel’s CPU line-up really a mess?
Intel has more powerful CPUs than ever, but are the blurred lines between mainstream and high-end desktop too fuzzy and making some models pointless?
"Temporarily", mark you.
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Test changes before they're live.
Denies Pentium discontinuation, too.
Naples is launched; up to 32 cores and 64 threads.
Takes aim at high-performance compute.
Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum.
Up to two Naples chips per server.
Radeon Pro heads to Chinese datacentres.
Taking the fight to POSIX rivals.
Snags a chip for its new EC2 platform.
100 million shipped in a single quarter.
WSJ elicits admissions of roadmap shifts.
Takes firm aim at the data centre.
Small-core Jaguar chips for the server crowd.
Modular motherboards and high-speed interconnects.
Takes aim at the cloud computing, micro-server markets.
'Abu Dhabi' chips boast significant performance gains.
AMD's SeaMicro division has launched the SM15000, a server with Ivy Bridge support.
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HP has announced the its Project Moonshot servers will run Intel Atom chips, instead of the originally-planned ARM processors.
ARM has unveiled its first 28nm-based Cortex-A15 hard macro, in a move designed to give Intel cause for concern.
AMD has splashed out $334 million on microserver specialist and previous Intel fan SeaMicro.
Nintendo servers hacked by LulzSec in run up to E3.
Eurocom has upgraded its Panther range of ultra-spec laptops with a six-core Xeon option.
A Russian modder has created a plywood behemoth of a server with 90TB of storage.
The Xeon 5600-series is demoed at IDF, with new memory and a new chipset.
10-core/20-thread CPUs scheduled for release early next year
AMD's up-coming netbook chip, based on Bobcat, will also appear in low-power servers.