Intel details new core chip line
Intel has unveiled the processors that will form the core of its product line from 2009 onwards.
Details about Nehalem, now officially called Core i7, were given at the Intel Developers Forum in San Francisco.
The chips will appear in laptops, desktops and servers and with them Intel aims to boost processing ability, cut power use and improve graphics.
“Nehalem will be the backbone of Intel for years to come,” said Intel fellow Rajesh Kumar.
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