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 Aug 12, 2005 - 02:30 PM - by Michael
* Intel tries for new architecture

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Intel's going to shoot for a new architecture, again:

"A big emphasis is going to be performance per watt," said Bill Calder, an Intel spokesman. "That is a very big deal."

The company isn't disclosing more details now. But Nathan Brookwood, an analyst at the market-research firm Insight 64 in Saratoga, Calif., said he expects the new technology to begin arriving in computers in about 18 months, and be well suited for packing more processors on a piece of silicon.

"I assume they will be able to go from two to four to eight cores on a chip in a fairly smooth and nondisruptive manner," Mr. Brookwood said.

 

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