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Intel brewing a batch of processors for servers
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9/23/2003   Post a comment
Intel Corp. last week announced several new server products"from a dual-core 32-bit Xeon processor to a blade server built around its 64-bit Itanium 2.
2003 semi outlook brightens a bit
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9/17/2003   Post a comment
The market research firm iSupply Corp. on Tuesday tweaked its outlook for 2003 semiconductor sales and revealed vendor rankings for the first half of the year, with newly formed Renesas Technology coming in as the third-largest chip maker in the world.
Intel targets gamers with new Pentium 4
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9/16/2003   Post a comment
Intel Corp. Tuesday announced a new Pentium 4 Extreme Edition with 2Mbytes of L2 cache, targeted especially for the gamer and enthusiast market.
Intel formulates low-cost Itanium 2 plan
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9/15/2003   Post a comment
Intel Corp. last week opened a low-cost avenue for its high-performance Itanium 2 line with two scaled-down 64-bit processors. The new chips are aimed at boosting Intel's competitive position in the entry-level 64-bit server and workstation market, long the domain of Unix-based processor rivals.
Intel rolls out low-cost Itanium processors
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9/8/2003   Post a comment
Intel Corp. Monday introduced its lowest price Itanium 2 processors yet, including a new low voltage version drawing 62 watts.
SIS to introduce chipsets for Intel Pentium M notebook processor
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9/8/2003   Post a comment
Silicon Integrated Systems Corp. (SiS) Monday said it had signed a license with Intel Corp. for chipsets to support the Pentium M notebook processor.
Intel dives into 90nm technology shift
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9/1/2003   Post a comment
Intel Corp. is sampling the first processors manufactured on its 90nm technology process--the Prescott for desktop PCs and the Dothan, an improved version of the Pentium M chip for laptops, the company said last week.


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