Intel today officially unveiled its Montecito processor, the next generation Itanium.
Itanium has been haunted by poor adoption rates and slow sales, at least if you compare the actual sales to the stellar figures that analysts projected when the chip was first launched.
But that didn't stop Intel's Pat Gelsinger, general manager for the digital enterprise group, from hyping the chip.
You can watch a video of Gelsinger pitching the chip below.
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