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posted in August 2000
Top AMD executive departs suddenly
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8/31/2000   Post a comment
Pentium IV Pushes Clocks To 1.4 GHz and Beyond
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DSPnet Site Director Ray Weiss discusses how the Pentium IV, Intel's latest Pentium built on microburst architecture, proves that the Pentium still kicks butt.
Compaq, Intel, Microsoft, and others develop new power management spec
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8/30/2000   Post a comment
SAN JOSE -- A group of 29 companies led by Compaq, Intel, Microsoft, Phoenix, and Toshiba here today banded together to publish a new power management specification for notebook PCs, desktops, and servers.
Transmeta Files For IPO
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8/18/2000   Post a comment
MPU startup Transmeta files IPO
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Intel's Itanium shows it still has a way to go
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While the chips aren't quite up to snuff, Intel and its partners demonstrate functional Itanium silicon at LinuxWorld.
AMD, Intel draw 64-bit battle lines
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8/11/2000   Post a comment


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