On the IA-32 front, we're all still waiting for the Potomac core with much greater cache and then for Tulsa, which is Intel's dual core Twin Castle enabled processor - scheduled for next year, like AMD's Toledo.
By 2007, Intel reckons that we'll see four core Itanium 2s and they'll be cheap as, er, chips. µ
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