Intel in the middle

Bowing to pressure from computer makers and memory manufacturers, Intel formally commits to producing more chipsets that will work with standard computer memory.

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Network chip plans, Rambus memory pricing, data transfer advances, and Pentium III enhancements dominate the Intel Developer Forum.

"Our OEM [original equipment manufacturers] and DRAM [dynamic random access memory] vendors asked us to do this."

- Pete MacWilliams, Intel fellow


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