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Pat Gelsinger, general manager of Intel’s Digital Enterprise Group, holds a four-core “Clovertown” Xeon processor, a model that will ship in November. Gelsinger spoke Wednesday at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco.
Gelsinger stands by the “wall of wafers,” various desktop and server processors the company has introduced or will introduce in 2006.
Susan Whitney, general manger of IBM’s System x business, said Wednesday that IBM has committed to a fourth-generation chipset to build high-end x86 servers using quad-core models of Intel’s Xeon processor.