Thoughts About Brookdale
Now we know that Brookdale will be released together with the second-generation Pentium 4 and alongside with 'Tehama-E'. This makes Brookdale look worse as well, because it seems to be the low-end platform for the 'Northwood'-Pentium 4 of next year.
I wouldn't be too surprised to find out that Brookdale will come with an integrated graphics engine as well and we can only hope that Intel will equip it with DDR-DRAM support. The roadmap shows Brookdale in a lower segment than Tehama-E and alongside with Almador. I guess that tells a lot already.
Please follow-up by reading Intel Roadmap News 10/2000: Part Two, Intel's Future Mobile and Server/Workstation Products .
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