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Itanium sparks the server market

From Intel's new 64-bit Itanium server chip to new technologies that will allow Transmeta chips to handle data faster, semiconductor makers are pushing the silicon envelope.

From Intel's new 64-bit Itanium server chip to new technologies that will allow Transmeta chips to handle data faster, semiconductor makers are pushing the silicon envelope.
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 Curtain rises on Itanium servers
Mark Hudson, manager, Hewlett-Packard
Server makers roll out Itanium models
Hewlett-Packard and rival computer makers introduce servers based on Intel's new Itanium chip and aimed at winning business from server giant Sun Microsystems.
May 29, 2001 
Intel trims Pentium III, Celeron prices
The company lowers the prices of some Pentium III processors and a line of chips for cheaper personal computers by as much as 38 percent.
May 29, 2001 
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Intel set to rattle server market with Itanium
At long last, the company will lift the veil of silence next week from its Itanium chip, setting off a new round of competition in the market for servers and advanced workstation PCs.
May 25, 2001 
Transmeta to license AMD technology
The chipmakers will announce a licensing pact that will allow Transmeta to use AMD's x86-64 and HyperTransport technologies in forthcoming chips.
May 24, 2001 
Intel combines chips to boost cell phones
The chip giant will take advantage of a little electronic origami to boost the memory capacity of cellular handsets.
May 25, 2001