After a barage of news from the first day of Intel Developer Forum, it turned out that the chipmaker had been holding back plenty for day two.
In an attempt to counter AMD's Torenza open socket design, Intel said that it had provided Xilinx and Altera with a license that lets them access the front side bus on Intel's processors. This effectively enables a market of application specific co-processors.
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