TechARP had a chance to sit down with Patrick Gelsinger, SVP and General Manager of Intel’s Digital Enterprise Group.  They get some answers about Intel’s tick-tock strategy and the new hafnium-based transistors that we are hoping to see soon, along with  as 32nm technology.  You can also find out some interesting tidbits about Nehalem.

“Microsoft continues to be excited about the progress of Windows Vista® and its promise to be the most widely used operating system ever. At the same time, we recognize that some of our customers need additional time to make the transition to Windows Vista, our most secure and most reliable operating system. This is especially true for our small business and emerging market customers.”

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