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Intel Madison: first samples – in silicon
Intel reveals first details on its new 64-bit Madison processor. As you know, under this working name, the company is positioning a line of productive chips, followers of Itanium 2 (McKinley) processors being prepared for mass production. New high-end chips will be manufactured with 0.13 micron process technology (Itanium 2 chips – 0.18 micron) and contain up to 500 million. transistors (Itanium 2 – up to 220 million. transistors).
The main event of yesterday’s press conference was the announcement of the company that the first samples of Madison have already been obtained in silicon. Mass production of new chips will begin next year. The Madison series processors will be equipped with a L2 cache of up to 6 MB (McKinley – 3 MB).
This is what Intel’s current plans for server processors look like:
By the way, at yesterday’s press conference, journalists again tried to call the company’s representatives to be frank and find out whether the future of the Pentium 4 Prescott core, which is planned to be released in 2021 with 90 nm process technology, will support Yamhill technology for running 32- and 64-bit software. Intel continues to shy away from commenting on any Yamhill implementation.