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It's official. Mike Magee worked for Intel before he set up his own company. Magee left Intel two years ago to create his own startup in Oregon, specialising, strangely enough, in AMD upgrades. Now Magee is continuing his task with the introduction of a PCI upgrade called Accelera, and previously called Eclipse. Eclipse is eclipsed because there is another company in the US trading under a similar name. Two weeks ago, it emerged that Mike Magee was doing PR for AMD, after many senior journalists in the UK received a press release under Magee's name. It has to be pointed out that Mike Magee is CEO of Evergreen technologies, based in Oregon, while Mike Magee is an editor of The Register. As far as The Sherriff is aware, the two are unrelated... ®

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