10th October 1999 Archive
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But number of chips means dealing in constantly shifting sand
Intel has managed to meet the deadline for the introduction of its Coppermine processors set by CEO Craig Barrett one month ago, as details of pricing for the parts leak through its distributor and dealer channel. At autumn's Intel Developer Forum, Craig Barrett imposed a geas* on his employees to release Coppermine desktop …
Business 10 Oct 1999, 10:22
Slot-B or no, there's a lot of API technology in AMD's roadmap...
Rumours of the demise of the deal between AMD and Alpha Processor Inc. (API) over Slot-B may have been somewhat exaggerated, according to sources close to the companies. AMD director of product marketing Steve Lapinski seems to have started this particular hare when unveiling the company's first 64-bit chip, "SledgeHammer," but …
Business 10 Oct 1999, 15:55