THE LONG DELAYED Intel Calpella platform is starting to make the occasional public showing, and like the famous hedgehog, if it sees it’s shadow, we get 6 more weeks of summer. We managed to snap a picture of one, you should be seeing lots more later this year.
Yes Virginia, they are real
This particular example was shown off during Anand’s keynote at Semicon yesterday, but no specs were given. The only thing they said about performance is that the CT scan processing shown on the screen took 2 minutes to render while the current Montevina does it in 10. Other than that, not much to say, they are real, coming soon, and the sharp eyed can tell what ODM made this.S|A
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