Intel promises 64-bit extensions

Intel promises 64-bit extensions

Intel Corp.'s next generation Xeon processor and future versions of the Prescott Pentium 4 processors will come with 64-bit extensions...

February 16th, 2004 Tom Krazit

Microsoft releases 32-bit Itanium software

Microsoft releases 32-bit Itanium software

Intel Corp. and Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday released software designed to improve the performance of Windows applications designed for 32-bit...

January 13th, 2004 Robert McMillan

Intel releases new components for Xeon servers

Intel releases new components for Xeon servers

Intel Corp. has added 10 server components to its product lineup that support its new Xeon chips with faster front-side...

December 15th, 2002 Tom Krazit

HP speeds ProLiant servers with new Xeons

HP speeds ProLiant servers with new Xeons

Hewlett-Packard Co. detailed a trio of new ProLiant server models on Monday that will support some of the fastest server...

December 2nd, 2002 Ashlee Vance

Intel unveils Xeon chips for low-end servers

Intel unveils Xeon chips for low-end servers

Intel Corp. Monday upgraded its server processor line with the introduction of new Xeon chips and chipsets that the company...

November 17th, 2002 Ashlee Vance

Intel readies hyperthreading Pentium 4

Intel readies hyperthreading Pentium 4

Intel Corp. plans to release on Nov. 14 its fastest Pentium 4 processor yet for desktop systems. The chip will...

October 28th, 2002 Martyn Williams and Tom Krazit

Unisys to launch Itanium 2 servers

Unisys to launch Itanium 2 servers

Unisys Corp. added two new lines to its ES7000 server series Tuesday, the Orion and the Aries, which run Intel...

July 15th, 2002 Tom Krazit

Unisys to launch Itanium 2 servers

Unisys to launch Itanium 2 servers

Unisys Corp. added two new lines to its ES7000 server series Tuesday, the Orion and the Aries, which run Intel...

July 14th, 2002 Tom Krazit

Intel takes the axe to PC chip prices

Intel takes the axe to PC chip prices

Intel Corp. has slashed prices on its desktop Pentium III and Celeron processors by as much as one third, as...

October 31st, 2000 James Niccolai