Intel Talks Details on Larrabee
Intel will begin sampling Larrabee in 2008 with products on market in 2009 or 2010
Today there are three main players in the graphics market producing hardware — Intel, AMD, and NVIDIA. As the market stands right now, only AMD and NVIDIA manufacture discrete graphics cards with Intel sticking exclusively to on-board graphics that are common on the vast majority of notebook and desktop computers in the low and mid-range market.
Intel is looking to change that and will be bringing its own discrete products to market at some point. The discrete graphics cards from Intel will use the Larrabee architecture and according to eWeek; discrete graphics cards using the Larrabee architecture wonÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t be available until 2009 or 2010. EWeek does say that Intel will be sampling Larrabee in 2008.
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