Intel’s roadmap… tick tock.

Apple updated it’s macbook (pro) line, this kicks ass. Another rumored update is happening in June! 

 intel roadmap

The successor to Penryn, based on a new post-Core microarchitecture which features the return of hyperthreading, is Nehalem; it was discussed at the September 2007 IDF meeting, though the release date is not until the end of 2008.

The 32 nm shrink of Nehalem is called Westmere; provided that Intel stays on target with its roadmap, Sandy Bridge will be released at 32 nm with a newer microarchitecture around 2010.[46] In 2011, Intel will launch its first processor based on a 22 nm process. Based on Intel’s cycle alternating new architectures and die shrinks every two years, it is currently assumed that this will be a shrink of Sandy Bridge.[47] (danke Wikipedia)


2 Responses to Intel’s roadmap… tick tock.

  1. Apple News says:

    I like the way you write ..Its really different and interesting … keep the momentum going ..I hope tis will really going to help me in future..
    brilliant. .

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