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An industry analyst said today that he expects good things from Cyrix, provided it can keep to its existing roadmap. Joe D'Elia, senior microprocessor analyst at Dataquest Europe, said that he thought the combination of chipset company Via and Cyrix would produce good technology. He said that Cyrix had somewhat languished under the National Semiconductor stewardship, but that he thought that would change. D'Elia said that if Cyrix kept to its roadmap, which includes the Mojave and Gobi processors, he expected a family of fast and low priced parts to do well in the 2000-2001 timeframe. ®

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