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This year's developer conference represents a turning point for Intel. As the chip giant continues to break performance barriers,...

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This year's developer conference represents a turning point for Intel. As the chip giant continues to break performance barriers, the question on everyone's lips is "what's next?".

The industry is celebrating the dawn of 64-bit computing amid growing concern that software today is not powerful enough to reap the benefits of the gigahertz processors available on modern PCs. So what direction will Intel take next?

Intel looks beyond clock speeds
The day after Intel launched its fastest processor to date, the 2GHz Pentium 4, the company said it was "moving beyond gigahertz"
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Microsoft ushers in 64-bit Windows era
Microsoft has formally ushered in the 64-bit era for Windows, releasing its Windows Advanced Server, Limited Edition, designed to take advantage of Intel's 64-bit Itanium processor
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Intel: heading for hyper-threading, McKinley and Madison
In a bid to boost system performance, Intel has unveiled new processor technology due out next year that will enable a single processor to emulate multi-processor systems
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New SDRAM chip set to ship soon
In a matter of weeks the arrival of Intel's new 845 chip set, code-named Brookdale, will enable PC manufacturers to build low cost Pentium 4 systems
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