PERSISTENT RUMOURS from people close to Intel engineers are suggesting that the chip firm may have canned its work on Tejas, the chip that is supposed to follow Prescott.
These sources tell the INQUIRER, and as yet this is unconfirmed, that the project has been shelved before tape out, and layout resources are no longer working on it.
For All the good ole rumors
Doesn't look like Intel is going for the oven CPU's anymore. Wonder what's going to be next for them. I know the Pentium-M line is doing well and performance versus heat is pretty good. Long live the P3 core!