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14 Feb 2000 Proto-Itaniums reach proto-Forum Developers urged to port apps to Willamette Intel: Memory strategy unchanged (cough) Solaris for Itanium looking dead flakey Intel's Grove: AMD, Via good for PC industry 15 Feb 2000 AMD becomes Cheapzilla Rambus share price goes absolutely crackers Yu rips opens Willamette kimono Intel demos 1.5GHz Willamette Will Intel's Timna be a graphics turnoff? Intel's Grove: AMD, Via good for PC industry 16 Feb 2000 Willamette won't launch at 1.5GHz this autumn Intel mycelium: the spores bud Six Dramurai forgive Rambus: Seven Dramurai on cards Otellini: Watch out for the killer apps Itanium: the beat goes on Risc vendors have Rubicon to cross IDF Bootnote: Funny things happened on the way to the forum Micron DDR samples out and about 17 February 2000 Reg pins down Rambus story ®

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