IDF San Francisco: The Future Of Personal Computers, Intel´s Version
At IDF San Francisco Intel introduced processor roadmaps for the desktop, mobile and server segments. On the picture below you can see some details about the first of them, i.e. personal computing.
In this segment Intel picks out two groups of users. The former includes demanding users and hardcore gamers as well as "common people" that use their PCs as entertainment hubs. According to Intel, all of them will be able to the same platform. Until Q1´2006 it should be Anchor Creek, Bridge Creek succeeding in Q2´2006. The difference is that demanding users will be offered 955X Express and 8xx/XE processors, while ordinary people should like 945G / 945P Express chipsets and 5xx, 6xx and 8xx processors more. In the future all of them are to move to Broadwater chipset and dual-core Presler processors, followed by Conroe.
The second group gathers mobile users, whose demands are to be fulfilled by the Sonoma platform (915GM / 915PM Express chipsets, Pentium M 7xx CPUs; until the end of 2005). In early 2006 they should move to Napa (945GM, 945PM, 945GMS 955XM Express chipsets, single/dual core Yonah, followed by Merom).
Source: Our reporter at IDF
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