With virtualization and server consolidation bolstering sales of larger - and more profitable - servers, Intel wants to keep the competitive pressure on its rival in the X64 arena, Advanced Micro Devices, while also giving its server partners the chance to go after big RISC/Unix boxes in the same power class. With the " …
"The only other six-core Dunnington is a low-voltage variant, the L7455, which runs at 2.13 GHz and has 12 MB of L3 cache and sports a 65 watt TDP."
This will be for the laptop market then?
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