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Short Take: Standard Microsystems to use Intel parts

Standard Microsystems announced today that it will develop chipsets for PCs that will include components manufactured by Intel. Chipsets are a crucial element inside PCs and connect the processor to the rest of the PC. Intel began to license technology to chipset vendors in late 1998.

Standard Microsystems announced today that it will develop chipsets for PCs that will include components manufactured by Intel. Chipsets are a crucial element inside PCs and connect the processor to the rest of the PC. Intel began to license technology to chipset vendors in late 1998.