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Краткое содержание статьи: Intel's recent roadmap for notebook products looks quite jolly. Already in the beginning of next year we will see the first Giga Hertz processor for mobile platforms and mobile Pentium III processors at up to 1.26 GHz will arrive soon afterwards as well. The workstation and server roadmap is not quite as interesting, except for the fact that Intel is counting a lot on 'Third Party' chipset makers to provide non-RDRAM platforms for those systems.

Intel Roadmap News 10/2000 - Part Two, Intel's Future Mobile and Server/Workstation Products


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Future Products For Notebooks

Mobile Processors

If you should have been impressed with Intel's Pentium 4 plans of reaching the 2 GHz-barrier in Q2/2001 already, the projections in the mobile sector might find your respect as well. In the next quarter (Q1/2001) Intel is planning to release the mobile Pentium III at 900 MHz and 1 GHz, thus being the first supplier of Giga Hertz processors for notebooks in history. Both of those processors will still be running at 100 MHz FSB, as all mobile Pentium II, Celeron and Pentium III processors do for more than 18 months now.

The second quarter next year will see a major change from that, as Intel will release Pentium III processors at 866, 933 and 1000 MHz that are actually based on the 'Coppermine-T' core which you already heard of in the first part of the Intel Roadmap Update 10/2000. It is not hard to figure out that those processors will actually take advantage of a front side bus that runs at 133 MHz, thus finally reaching the same front side bus bandwidth as it's Pentium III brothers in desktop systems. In this second quarter of 2001 we will also see the first mobile 'Tualatin'-Pentium III processors at 1.13 and 1.26 GHz clock speed, also using 133 MHz FSB. This might be the first official appearance of 'Tualatin', since it makes more sense for Intel to supply the mobile market with this 0.13-micron process CPU early, due to its lower power and heat requirements.

Basically we can see Intel pushing the mobile processor market quite hard next year, going from a 850 MHz Pentium III that is available now to 1.26 GHz in only some 6 months. Obviously those new processors and their specs require new mobile chipsets as well, which will be explained in detail further down the article.

The mobile Celeron is not in quite as much of a rush to reach high speeds as its bigger brother Pentium III is. In fact, the mobile Celeron seems to lag behind quite badly. The first quarter of 2001 will see the mobile Celeron 750, Q2/2001 will bring Celeron 800 and Q3 holds Celeron 850. By this time Celeron is far behind Pentium III and you wonder who will be interested in it anymore.

Here's a list that summarizes the mobile processor roadmap:

  • Q1/2001
      Mobile Pentium III 900 MHz and 1 GHz, both at 100 MHz FSB
    • Mobile Celeron 750
  • Q2/2001
    • Mobile Pentium III based on 'Coppermine-T' core (0.13 micron) 866, 933 MHz and 1 GHz, all at 133 MHz FSB
    • Possibly Mobile Pentium III based on 'Tualatin' core (0.13 micron) 1.13 and 1.26 GHz, also at 133 MHz FSB
    • Mobile Celeron 800
  • Q3/2001
    • Mobile Pentium III based on 'Tualatin' core (0.13 micron) 1.13 and 1.26 GHz, also at 133 MHz FSB
    • Mobile Celeron 850
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