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|1st August 2006, 16:23||#1|
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Intel to suffer more than AMD in price war?
IC Insights has released its 1H06, TOP 15 semiconductor supplier rankings that takes into account the effect the microprocessor price war is having on Intel Corp and Advanced Micro Devices. Perhaps unexpectedly, the effect of the price war has contrasting results.
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