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Italian government to use Athlon-based PCs

Advanced Micro Devices has won over the Italian government. The Sunnyvale, Calif.-based chipmaker announced that two Italian government agencies will use Olivetti MK800 PCs based on its Athlon processor. The agencies are Italy's Ministry of Justice and Consip, a department inside its Ministry of Treasury. The latest win furthers AMD's efforts to expand Athlon sales from the consumer market into business and government.

Advanced Micro Devices has won over the Italian government. The Sunnyvale, Calif.-based chipmaker announced that two Italian government agencies will use Olivetti MK800 PCs based on its Athlon processor. The agencies are Italy's Ministry of Justice and Consip, a department inside its Ministry of Treasury.

The latest win furthers AMD's efforts to expand Athlon sales from the consumer market into business and government.