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New terrain for chipmakers

AMD crosses the 10 percent barrier in the server sector (by one count, at least); Intel heads to a suburb of Phoenix.

Advanced Micro Devices crosses the 10 percent barrier in the server sector (by one count, at least); Intel heads to a suburb of Phoenix to produce next-generation chips.

One in 10 server chips now from AMD

A big jump in quarterly market share pushes Advanced Micro Devices into double-digit market share in server chips for the first time.
July 25, 2005

Intel to build next plant in Arizona

Facility will create 1,000 jobs, according to the company, and will start cranking out chips in the second half of 2007.
July 25, 2005

blog In-Stat says it's largely a copy of the MIPS chip invented by a U.S. company.
July 25, 2005

blog Release of two Pentium Ms and a Celeron M is likely to lead to price cuts for older models.
July 25, 2005

RFID conflicts unleash discord among pet lovers

Tens of millions of pets have been implanted with identification tags, but a battle rages over which radio frequency to use.
The New York Times
July 23, 2005

Sun says it will help develop Opteron

The two companies are hanging out more than ever--and cooperative efforts on AMD's processor are only a matter of time, exec says.
July 22, 2005