Earlier this week Intel announced
In his Intel Developer Forum keynote today, Pat Gelsinger detailed the roadmap for Intel’s continued march toward pervasive, higher performance and power efficient computing. The senior vice president and general manager of Intel’s Digital Enterprise Group discussed new features of the company’s next-generation processor family including a new turbo mode that shifts the processor into a higher gear for mind-blowing performance without a heat penalty.
There’s talk of the Nehalem variants, next-generation Core microarchitecture, QuickPath, the six core Xeon, and lots of other goodness.
The Intel press release page is failing to load right now, but you can find the story at HPCwire.