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Friday June 30, 2006

Intel Dropping DToS Strategy

The crew at HKEPC is saying that they have new internal documents from Intel that show the company is no longer pursuing the DToS strategy (desktop CPU on server platform). There are several slides posted along with the news item.

In a updated document from Intel, Intel Core 2 Duo family will no longer be supported in Intel 3000/3100 chipset, but Netburst Pentium XE, Pentium D, Pentium 4 and Celeron. It gave a strong message that Intel is fading out DToS strategy and make room for new Intel Xeon 3000 family. Intel 3000/3100 chipset will be releasing in the end of Aug 2006, while Intel Xeon 3000 family will be releasing in Sept 2006.