Indian-developed Xeons (Whitefield) to be multi-core Bania..

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As an update to the recent topic about Xeons being developed in India, it
looks like the Indian-developed chip will be a multi-core version of an
Isreali-developed chip.

Globalization folks.

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2004/05/05/whitefield_intel_deets/


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Yousuf Khan wrote:
> As an update to the recent topic about Xeons being developed in India, it
> looks like the Indian-developed chip will be a multi-core version of an
> Isreali-developed chip.
>
> Globalization folks.
>
> http://www.theregister.co.uk/2004/05/05/whitefield_intel_deets/
>
>
> Yousuf Khan
>

Everytime I follow one of your links and discover myself at the Register
I can't help the gails of laughter at all the bad jumps in "logic" their
conclusions take. As Mr. T would say, "I pity the fool..." that gives
too much weight to Register guesses.

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Alex Johnson wrote:
> Everytime I follow one of your links and discover myself at the
> Register I can't help the gails of laughter at all the bad jumps in
> "logic" their conclusions take. As Mr. T would say, "I pity the
> fool..." that gives too much weight to Register guesses.

Oh, you mean the stuff comparing the Whitefield to Sun's Niagara? Yeah, my
eyes rolled up over that stuff too.

Yousuf Khan