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Intel sends Tulsa and Tigerton to conquer 4-way servers - Intel sends Tulsa and Tigerton to conquer 4-way servers
Thu, February 01 2007 | 3:12PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Intel plans to position its Dual-Core Xeon 7100 sequence processors (Tulsa) as the main force for the 4-way server market in first the half of 2007, and will introduce a new CPU sequence, currently know as Tigerton, to share the market in the second half, according to sources familiar with Intel's plans. The rollout of Tigerton in the third quarter will coincide with the final stages of a phase out of Intel's Netburst architecture-based processors, ushering a new era of Core microarchitecture-based processors, noted the sources.
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