Intel today won a race that nobody expected it to lose. The company unveiled the world's first 45nm processor: the Penryn (pictured right)
More notably, the chipmaker however unveiled that it did so without resorting to any fancy production techniques to cut power leakage. Instead it combined two promising technologies to get record results.
Intel has claimed bragging rights for being the first to get to High-k and metal gate technologies. The company's chief executive Paul Otellini (pictured left) must be especially proud of finding the appropriate materials to use in its metal gates.
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