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Intel Says New Chips to Have Two Processors

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Intel Says New Chips to Have Two Processors

Intel on Tuesday outlined plans for two new chips that will have two or more processors on a single piece of silicon, boosting the performance of corporate server computers. “The new chips are a 32-bit Xeon server processor MP, code-named “Tulsa,” which will be its first dual-core chip, and a new 64-bit Itanium server chip, code-named “Tanglewood,” Intel President Paul Otellini said in his keynote address at the Intel Developer Forum.”

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