Intel plans shift to dual-core chips

Intel Corp. said that it plans by the end of next year to shift all of its processor designs to dual-core chips, affecting everything from notebook PCs to multiprocessor servers. As part of the move to put two-processor cores on a single chip across the board, the company has dropped single-core CPUs code-named Tejas and Jayhawk from its product road map.

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