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We, and a host of other independents, have specialised in getting hold of Intel roadmaps before we're supposed to in the past. But now it looks as though Intel wants to join in the fun too. On the channel bit of its site, the Mighty Chipzilla is proudly showing off where it will be in the server market during 1999. The Profusion chipset, which we wrote about in all its glory yesterday, is there, as are its plans for the 440HX Carmel chipset. Join in the fun and take a look. ®

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