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Intel plots course for chips

The chipmaker lays the groundwork for an all-out push later this year, with details leaking about upcoming desktop, server and mobile processors. Also: Price is emerging as a new battleground.

The chipmaker lays the groundwork for an all-out push later this year, with details leaking about its upcoming desktop, server and mobile processors. Price is emerging as a new battleground--Intel is betting on cuts to propel the latest products using its slow-moving Itanium line.


The company hopes to ignite server chip sales with Deerfield, an energy-efficient Itanium 2 processor priced to move.
July 10, 2003


The chipmaker is gearing up for a busy second half of the year with a slew of new desktop and notebook processors and a host of accompanying price cuts.
July 9, 2003


The chipmaker joins forces with Alvarion, a manufacturer of broadband wireless equipment, to develop products based the emerging WiMax standard.
July 9, 2003


The chip giant says it stands to gain new products, new engineering talent and future technology by buying West Bay Semiconductor.
July 8, 2003

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