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At the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, the chipmaker showed off its latest technology.
It's IDF, so of course there must be a wafer shot. This is Sandy Bridge, the company's new flagship mainstream 32nm x86 processor, most notable for integrated graphics and the promise of high performance. This is the second 32nm processor family from Intel — the 'tock' of the 'tick-tock' cadence — so next up will be the 'tick' of 22nm, Ivy Bridge.
For more on the tech at IDF, see our look at the tech at IDF.
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