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Intel grapples with missteps

A delay, a shortage and a glitch reflect a pattern for the chipmaker. And chief Craig Barrett isn't happy about it.

A delay, a shortage and a glitch reflect a pattern for the chipmaker. And chief Craig Barrett isn't happy about it.

4GHz chip delayed until next year

Intel says postponement will help ensure it can deliver an adequate number of chips at the time of launch.
July 29, 2004

Intel short on 3.6GHz chips

The chipmaker confirms that its flagship desktop processor, the 3.6GHz Pentium 4 560, is in very short supply.
July 29, 2004

Chip glitch hobbles server advance

A supporting chip in new dual-processor servers has a flaw that could cripple the computer.
July 29, 2004

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Intel's CEO wants an employee attitude check

Manufacturing problems and product delays are "not acceptable," Craig Barrett says in a companywide memo.
July 27, 2004