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[TheInquirer.com Graphics] Intel needs a console deal to get Larrabee off the ground

Sylvie Barak , Thursday 4 September 2008. 01:12:00

Rumour mill has Intel courting Microsoft

SPECULATION FROM INDUSTRY insiders has it that Intel is having significant trouble getting publishers and developers to programme for Larrabee. INQ sources reveal Chipzilla is offering to shell out millions of dollars to anyone who will bravely take the plunge into the great Larrabee unknown, an incentive which still doesn’t seem to be doing the trick, say some. As with any new architecture, Larrabee is considered a risk, and a potentially costly one at that, scaring developers into uncertainty about whether or not to put the work in. It seems that the only real way to force the developers’ hands, would be if Intel were to win a contract for a major console, meaning publishers would then have to programme for it....






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