09/18/2007, 03:09 pm
Presenting at its Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Intel Corp. demonstrated the industry's first 32-nanometer (nm) chip and also offered a status update on its upcoming "Penryn" family of processors and next-generation "Nehalem" architecture.
04/17/2007, 11:04 am
Presenting at the Intel Developer Forum in Beijing on Tuesday, executives for the world's largest chipmaker disclosed new performance details for its next-generation "Penryn" processor families for desktops and servers.
03/29/2007, 09:03 am
Intel Corp. said this week that it remains on track to begin producing its next-generation Penryn family of processors in the second half of this year, marking the next step in its "tick-tock" product rhythm of delivering a new process technology or entirely new microarchitecture every year.
09/26/2006, 06:09 pm
Presenting at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Intel boss Paul Otellini said the chipmaker plans to introduce new micro-architectures about every 2 years and remains on track to debut its first 45nm products during the second half of 2007.