Intel has launched the first batch of Haswell Refresh CPUs towards OEMS, no less than 43 of them. Amongst the release are 26 desktop processors and 17 processors for laptops including Pentium, Core and Celeron processors.
The CPUs are available to OEMs and system builders with the prices mentioned in trays of a 1000 units. On the desktop side you will see a new non-K flagship CPU, the 3.6 GHz Core i7-4790 yet also some low power variations of it (the 65 W TPD 4790S and the 45 W 4790T). There are ten new Core i5s processors as well.
Intel launches its eight-core Itanium 9500 - 11/09/2012 09:25 AM
You don't hear about Itanium that much anymore but Intel just released the Itanium 9500 "Poulson" processor family. This major update moves the Itanium from 65nm to 32nm and delivers eight cores, twice as many as before. The new chip is available with frequencies of up to 2.5a3GHz, it promises an up to 8 percent lower TDP and has 80 percent reduced idle power consumption. Other enhancements include 33 percent faster I/O speed, support for Intel Instruction Replay technology, 11 instructions per cycle (five more than 2010's Tukwila), improved multi-threading, unified L3 cache with a bi-directional bus, and many other enhancements.
Intel Launches Atom Processors for NAS Devices - 10/06/2012 09:04 AM
By itself not really new news, but Recognizing the ongoing, real-time growth of storage demands, this solution, powered by the Intel Atom processor D2550 or the Intel Atom processor D2500 are now powe...
Intel Launches Core i7-2700K Processor - 10/24/2011 12:52 PM
Well it was expected for a while now, Intel released its latest performance-segment processor, the Core i7-2700K. The i7-2700K is a quad-core chip in the LGA1155 package, based on the 32 nm "Sand...
Intel Larrabee gets reborn for super computers - 06/22/2011 06:46 AM
Intel showed off the 22nm Knights Ferry at the International Supercomputing Conference in Hamburg. This x86 many-core product is basically Larrabee silicon redesigned for high-performance computing. ...