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Updated Following Intel's decision to delay the arrival of its multi-way Xeon server chips until Q4, we felt it was time to update what we reckon is the company's release schedule.

The changes are minor, we're afraid: Intel reiterated some long-ago mentioned details of the next couple of generations of Itanium, which we've added to the list.

We also added Galatin, the 0.13 micron die-shrink of the 0.18 micron Foster multi-way sever chips.

Oh, and if you happen have a copy of Intel's latest server roadmaps, feel free to mail a copy here.

September 2001

·2GHz Xeon - 0.18 micron Foster - 256KB on-die L2 (workstations)

Q4 2001

·Itanium - 0.18 micron McKinley - 1.5-3MB on-die L2, 400MHz FSB (pilot programme)
·1.6GHz+ Xeon - 0.18 micron Foster - 512KB/1MB on-die L3 (four/eight-way servers)
·2GHz Xeon - 0.18 micron Foster - 256KB on-die L2 (dual-processor workstations, servers)
·700MHz Pentium III - 0.13 micron Tualatin - 512KB L2, 100MHz FSB, 1.1V core (uni-processor thin, low-power servers)
·Chipsets: i870, Enabled

Q1 2002

·2GHz, 2.2GHz Xeon - 0.13 micron Prestonia (workstation, dual-processer servers)
·2GHz, 2.2GHz Xeon - 0.13 micron Low-Power Prestonia (low-power rack servers)
·1.4GHz Pentium III - 0.13 micron Tualatin - 512KB on-die L2
·700MHz Pentium III - 0.13 micron Tualatin - 512KB on-die L2, 100MHz FSB, 1.1V core (dual-processor thin, low-power servers)
·Chipset: Plumas - DDR support + Infiniband

Q2 2002

·2.4GHz Xeon - 0.13 micron Prestonia (workstation, dual-processer servers)
·??GHz Xeon - 0.13 micron Galatin (four/eight-way servers)
·Itanium - 0.18 micron McKinley - 1.5-3MB on-die L2, 400MHz FSB (launched as commercial product)

Q3 2002

·750MHz Pentium III - 0.13 micron Tualatin - 512KB on-die L2, 100MHz FSB, 1.1V core (uni- and dual-processor thin, low-power servers)

2003

·Itanium - 0.13 micron Madison - 3-6MB on-die L2 (workstation, dual- and multi-processor servers)
·Itanium - 0.13 micron Deerfield - 3-6MB on-die L2 (rack servers)

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