While chip-maker Intel just debuted Tukwila, its long-awaited 65-nanometer Itanium technology this week, it's already knee-deep developing the next generation, called Poulson, which is due to arrive in two years. "Our next-generation Itanium will skip 45 and go right to 32-nanometer," said Kirk Skaugen, vice president of Intel's architecture group and general manager of its data center group.

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