This news is almost 2 months old but is still pretty impressive. Intel's Bangalore design center in India designs Intel's first 6-core microprocessor, code-named Dunnington. It is also the the first Intel microprocessor fully designed in India. It was designed in a 45-nm process and packs 1.9 billion transistors.
In case you are wondering, Dunnington is tiny village in England, population 3,000.
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