Live at IDF: Otellinl's Roadmap

October 2007
Portable Design;Oct2007, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p8
The article focuses on the announcement made by Paul Otellini, chief executive officer (CEO) of Intel, regarding multicore processors in the U.S. He stressed that multicore processors represent the biggest single shift in microprocessor performance in the past decade and he also enumerates the advantages offered by the package. He added that the Core 2 Duo is selling five million units in the first 60 days, considered as the fastest ramp for an Intel chip. The equipment is said to offer 35-80% better performance than the fastest Pentium with 20% lower power consumption. The company is also offering a reward money worth $1 million to the first original equipment manufacturer/original design manufacturer (OEM/ODM) who designs a notebook computer using the new chip.


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