IDF San Francisco: Tulsa, Bensley, Sossaman Server Solutions
Continuing our virtual journey around IDF San Francisco, let´s visit the server part of it.
Obviously, dual-core technologies are of primary importance.
In the spotlight Tulsa, an enterprise multi-way platform to support Xeon MP, and Bensley, its "mainstream" dual-core alternative. Pat Gelsinger holds a wafer with exactly Tulsa chips in it.
And a couple of words about the future Xeons, which are 65nm Sossaman expected after Paxville in 2006:
Here´s how this roadmap looks like:
Note that Paxville are actually to debut later this year. And, finally, below are unique photos of a Bensley-based motherboard with installed 32GB of Micron´s FB-DIMM:
Some samples of the yet unannounced dual-core Xeon 5000 (Dempsey) and Woodcrest processors:
A working system based on Sossaman CPU:
Source: Our reporter at IDF
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