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January 27th, 2007

Intel Moves Closer to 45nm Penryn Processor Production

Abstract:
When things are going companies like to brag and tout their stuff and that is exactly what Intel is doing tonight. With the embargo lifted on Intel's new 'High-k + Metal Gate Transistor Breakthrough' we can now talk about how Intel is now able to ramp up 45nm production for processors that will be coming out later this year on the mobile, desktop and server families.

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