AnandTech has published roadmaps for Intel's Xeon, Itanium, and Pentium M lines that cover the remainder of 2004. On the Xeon front, it looks like Nocona-based Xeons will debut in the second quarter of the year at clock speeds up to 3.6GHz. Nocona-based Xeons will finally get an 800MHz front-side bus. The chips will also include Intel's IA-32e extensions.
On the mobile front, the big news in Q2 is the new Dothan Pentium M core. Dothan-based chips will feature 2MB of L2 cache, debut at 1.7 and 1.8GHz, and reach speeds of up to 2.13GHz by year's end. Dothan is also due for a front-side bus boost from 400 to 533MHz in the fourth quarter of this year.
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