Intel ‘Yamhill’ coming in 2005

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Intel 'Yamhill' coming in 2005

Intel’s mysterious ‘Yamhill’ technology – the chip giant’s answer to AMD’s AMD64 architecture – is a runner, but won’t appear before 2005, a report from investment research organisation American Technology Research (ATR) has claimed. “Rumours that Intel is working on Yamhill, a set of 64-bit extensions to the 32-bit x86 instruction set, have abounded for as long as AMD has been known to be working on similar technology, if not longer.”

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