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|5th February 2007, 17:49||#1|
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Intel Readies Processor with Integrated Memory Controller
Only for low-cost systems?
"Intel Corp. the world’s largest maker of x86 microprocessors, reportedly plans to introduce a chip for low-cost systems with integrated memory controller and built-in input/output (I/O) functionality. The introduction of such processor may redefine the market of very affordable systems and may pose some threat to companies like Via Technologies.
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