Indian core will beef up Xeon line

— 10:38 PM on May 2, 2004

We recently mentioned Intel's rumored plans to merge its mobile and desktop lines, but now it appears the IA-32 server/workstation line will break away. Like so many others, Intel has followed the prevailing winds to the east and landed in India, where engineers at a new facility in Bangalore will be working on a ground-up new design for future Xeon processors, code-named Whitefield. Using this all-India design, Intel hopes to curry favor with enterprise customers starting sometime in 2008.

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