Intel takes on AMD's last Opteron stronghold with quad-core Xeon 7300 for multiprocessor servers.
Next week will see the arrival of new Intel chips for servers with four or more processors, as the chipmaker finally moves past the old Netburst architecture.
Company attempts to end dispute by clarifying difference between basic spec and "host controller specification." It also confirms a shift away from traditional graphics chip tech.
The chipmaker had a good run while Intel was more or less sleeping. Now it's time to wake up and smell reality.