30th January 2000 Archive
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Whole heat, sorry heap, of erratumnotbugs to be swept away
Chip giant Intel is set to make a major revision of its .18 micron Coppermine cores on the 7 April next, according to internal documents we have seen. The product change notification (PCN 904), dated the 27th of December last, will affect both SECC2 (Slot One) and FC-PGA (Flip Chip) packaging. Intel cites the reasons for the …
Business 30 Jan 2000, 11:24
Official announcement in March rollout
Sources not a million miles away from the capital of Taiwan have told The Register that production quality .18 micron silicon for Via's Joshua microprocessor arrived at the end of last week. The Joshua processor is likely to be officially rolled out with a product line in early March, according to the same sources. The silicon …
Business 30 Jan 2000, 11:53