Intel registers a new brand...
... That looks like "Intel VIIV" and "Intel Inside VIIV" in a rectangle on the "star dust" background. Now analysts are trying to understand what this is to mean, because all older brands have rather transparent meaning.
The matter is that, on the one hand, "VIIV" can be Latin "6" and "4", but it would be incorrect to write this way, as "64" would be "LXIV". So, itn´t not likely to mean 64 bits.
On the other hand, a couple of "V" symbols separated by two vertical lines might mean dual-core nature of new processors.
Naturally, company representatives refused to comment this information leakage, prolonging analyst debates until the official announcements. But we must also remember that not every registered brand stands for a real product. For example, we haven´t still seen any Fortons, Adeptons, Tegrons, Metarons or even Vantons from AMD.
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