Intel's performance graphics strategy is running at full speed. According to documents seen by TG Daily, desktop and notebook versions of the technology will follow on the heels of the high-end debut device, including up to 24 IA cores.
Larrabee is currently scheduled to debut in the second half of 2009 at IDF Fall in San Francisco, which means that we should expect this card in the August/September time frame. Intel will launch a high-end part, possibly targeting server acceleration, first. Six months after the introduction of Larrabee, Intel plans to launch mainstream Larrabee products for both desktop and notebook computers. This should be in line with the launch of 6-Series of chipsets.
Source: TG Daily