Lynnfield on track for Holiday Refresh 2009, Havendale purposed delay to Jan 2010

Lynnfield is not only the simplified version of the next generation high-end bloomfield, but features some northbridge function integrated as well (such as memory controller and PCIe controller). According to Intel’s Roadmap, Clarksfield(laptop version) and Lynnfield:

  • both have powered on at the end of July and have booted Linux and Windows.
  • remain on track for Holiday Refresh 2009

And we also get to know that Havendale/Auburndale which integrates GPU will be on sale in January 2010 and produce in Q4 2009. We will keep track on Intel’s roadmap and report more information in the future.

4 Responses to “Lynnfield on track for Holiday Refresh 2009, Havendale purposed delay to Jan 2010”

  1. old school Says:

    I love the blatant disregard of NDA :)

  2. BulldogPO Says:

    Hehe, great news item indeed :)

  3. D.A.I. Says:

    That will happen after 1 years and no one know whether intel will change it again

    In fact, the only thing makes sense is Ibex peak seems not going so well

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