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Intel Abandons Discrete Graphics

May 26th, 2010 05:21 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Stoobalou writes with this excerpt from Thinq: “Paul Otellini may think there’s still life in Intel’s Larrabee discrete graphics project, but the other guys at Intel don’t appear to share his optimism. Intel’s director of product and technology media relations, Bill Kircos, has just written a blog about Intel’s graphics strategy, revealing that any plans for a discrete graphics card have been shelved for at least the foreseeable future. ‘We will not bring a discrete graphics product to market,’ stated Kircos, ‘at least in the short-term.’ He added that Intel had ‘missed some key product milestones’ in the development of the discrete Larrabee product, and said that the company’s graphics division is now ‘focused on processor graphics.’”

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