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Intel "Santa Rosa" launch guidance
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Earlier this month, Intel released design guidance for its upcoming Santa Rosa platform.  Santa Rosa is the Centrino G965-derivative platform for mobile devices. Intel's upcoming Merom processor will headline the platform on Intel's Socket P.

The design guide (right) claims the launch for Santa Rosa will fall somewhere around late April, with the thermal design guide getting a 1.0 revision right around late March.  In the past these timeline forecasts have been more accurate than the corporate roadmaps, so we're keeping our fingers crossed.




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By cornfedone on 7/9/2006 12:17:42 AM , Rating: -1
...or NOT. Intel's track record in the past 3-4 years has sucked. They've canceled about half of their CPU and chipset designs so I'd take it all with a very large grain of salt.




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