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Intel hits reset button, tips growth drivers

Intel hits reset button, tips growth drivers
7/30/2009 03:00 AM EDT
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re: Intel hits reset button, tips growth drivers
neilrieck   8/6/2009 10:17:44 PM
If Intel wants to expand beyond x86, then why aren't they doing any more work on Itanium? That thing hasn't seen a new release in ages. Meanwhile, new versions of x86 appear like mating rabbits (Core, Core2, Core2-Duo, Core2-quad, Core-i7, Core-i5, etc.)

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