Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Intels Ivy Bridge launch pushed back to March 2012

Word from DigiTimes is that Intel has decided to postpone to arrival of its 22nm Ivy Bridge processors to March 2012. These chips were originally expected by the end of this year, but the chip giant has decided to give vendors more time to sell their Sandy Bridge notebook models.
Due to Intel Sandy Bridge's 6 series chipset design flaw, Intel recalled the products in January and launched a fixed chipset in April, leaving notebook players suffering from two months of lower demand. With the notebook market also experiencing an impact from the tablet PCs, Intel has decided to slow down its pace and re-organize its lineup by delaying the launch.

via Guru3D
source DigiTimes

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