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    Arrow Graphics Coming Back to Intel Architecture (X-Bit)

    Interview with Intel Visual Computing Group

    by Anton Shilov Intel Corp. is the world’s largest supplier of graphics adapters, despite of the fact that it has not introduced a single new discrete graphics chip in the last decade. The company still has hopes for the market of standalone graphics processors and plans to introduce its Larrabee product in 2009 – 2010 timeframe. Since the new player on the market of graphics cards poses a great interest, we decided to ask Intel a number of questions about the market of discrete graphics processors, the company’s vision of the GPU design as well as Larrabee project.

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