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The application of Lernout & Huspie translation software to a Japanese Web site has provided intriguing insights into Intel's future plans. Two days back, we reported the existence of the roadmap, with dates for up-and-coming Intel technology including Coppermine, Willamette, Timna and Foster. According to the translated document, Intel will use a chipset called Tehama for the Willamette, which will inherit some of the characteristics of a chipset codenamed Camino II. Camino II, according to the translation, will support ATA/100, four USB ports and integrated Lan technology Intel is dubbing "Kianerth". It looks, too, as though Intel will adopt a new socketed PGA design. There is a picture of this on Happy Cat's site. ® See also Happy Cat leaks stash of Intel futures

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