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Teri Robinson
The Future Microchip Marketplace
10/03/02 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 720 Words

While Intel has produced its Itanium processors, drawing accolades from industry watchers, arch-rival AMD's long-promised 64-bit Clawhammer chip has been delayed.

When the 64-bit processor battle eventually does erupt, it may resemble the war for desktop market share. For many years,...

Richard Adhikari
Intel Maps Out Course to Eight-Core Nehalem
03/18/08 1:28 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1136 Words

Intel vs. AMD
Observers have noted that the Nehalem's L3 integrated memory cache is similar to AMD's Barcelona chip design .

That, Wang said, is a good thing. "Nehalem puts Intel on the same ground as AMD."


Rob Enderle
Fighting for Leadership in the PC World
10/11/04 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1298 Words

With PC vendors warning of financial shortfalls and buyers having difficulty justifying new PC purchases, there is an opportunity for a change. AMD , VIA and Transmeta each have different ideas on how to do that, while IBM Microelectronics may be secretly planning...

Keith Regan
EC Widens Its Antitrust Probe of Intel
09/11/06 1:50 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 625 Words

AMD had asked German officials to look into its complaints about Media Markt in July, saying its inability to gain access to the chain's customers greatly hurt its ability to be competitive in Europe. Media Markt has carried only Intel-based...

Richard Adhikari
Zen's Place in the Computing World
08/31/16 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 670 Words

AMD's Summit Ridge outperformed the Intel processor.

"They showed a benchmark where, under the conditions they set, they came up neck and neck with Broadwell, which is Intel's highest-performing chip," acknowledged Martin Reynolds, a Gartner distinguished analyst.

However, "that...

Laura DiDio
2011: The Year to Date, Part 2
05/03/11 11:23 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1169 Words

There were management shifts, shakeups and ousters at AMD , Google , HP and Microsoft . They were variously aimed at jump-starting product momentum (AMD, Microsoft), polishing a tarnished image and placating stockholders (HP) and providing an orderly transition of power (Google).


Richard Adhikari
Lenovo Lightens Up ThinkPad Line
01/04/10 8:24 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 903 Words

It unveiled the ThinkPad Edge laptop series, based around AMD processors, targeted for SMBs.

Lenovo also announced a new ultraportable, the X100e. The ThinkPad Edge products and the X100e all leverage AMD's VisionPro multimedia technology .

The vendor also unveiled...

Katherine Noyes
EC Slaps Intel With Antitrust Charges
07/27/07 11:21 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 751 Words

The letter, which was sent Thursday, accuses Intel of abusing its dominant market position in order to deliberately exclude AMD , its principal rival, from the x86 CPU (central processing unit) market.

Specifically, the EC says Intel provided substantial rebates to various...

Jennifer LeClaire
EU Expands Intel Favoritism Investigation
10/13/04 9:51 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 456 Words

AMD sparked the probe when it complained about EU procurement tenders in France, the Netherlands, Finland and Sweden. The Intel competitor also has complained about the leading chipmaker's loyalty rebates and exclusive purchasing agreements.

"The bad blood and legal wrangling between...

Keith Regan
FTC Probes Whether Intel Played Dirty
06/06/08 2:47 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 863 Words

The FTC recently opened the formal investigation by issuing subpoenas to Intel and AMD, as well as other parties, including the personal computer makers who buy chips from the two companies.

Intel confirmed Friday it is cooperating with the FTC's inquiry...

Jennifer LeClaire
Intel to Showcase Quad-Core Chips at Developer Forum
09/25/06 1:23 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 509 Words

... a move to compete with its momentum-gaining rival AMD , Intel is expected to unveil its new server and desktop range of quad-core processors at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco this week. "Clovertown" is the code name for the server...

Rob Enderle
Microsoft's TechEd: Signs of a Recovering Economy
06/01/04 8:54 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1247 Words

One of the things that struck me at this show was that AMD has become incredibly visible. AMD's message was on collateral and posted everywhere around the floor. In particular, the company set up a gaming section where attendees could play Unreal...

Rob Enderle
Fake News Has Become an Existential Threat
03/19/18 11:27 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1705 Words

Fishy Findings on AMD Security Problems
The media reported that CTS Labs had found a series of serious security problems with AMD's processors. This report was dumped on the market and on AMD at the same time, before being vetted.

Rob Enderle
CES Surprises: The World It Is a-Changin'
01/10/11 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1546 Words

... CES was full of surprises -- from Microsoft announcing Windows on ARM , to both AMD and Intel coming up with solutions no one had seen coming, to Nvidia building a Super ARM blended graphics/processor chip. And the TV company making most...

Keith Regan
New York AG Joins Intel Antitrust Chorus
01/10/08 2:29 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 708 Words

Cuomo's office has issued a "wide-ranging" subpoena to California-based Intel, seeking documents and other information on its business practices as part of an investigation into whether it coerced customers into not buying chips from rival AMD.

"After careful preliminary review, we...

Keith Regan
Intel Brightens Q3 Outlook Citing Robust Demand
09/10/07 9:35 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 744 Words

AMD's surge showed Intel where it needed to devote resources in order to match or exceed AMD's product lineup and underscored that it needed to tighten its own operations to boost profitability. Intel attacked those areas, cut prices where it needed...

Jay Lyman
Intel Unleashes Next-Gen Core 2 Duo Chips
07/27/06 12:03 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 509 Words

Performance of and demand for the Core 2 Duos should help Intel regain some of the ground it has lost to AMD, according to Brookwood.

"This time, [Intel] is definitely coming from behind, and it could put them in the...

Jay Lyman
Intel Aims to Turn Server Chip Tide With 'Woodcrest'
06/27/06 1:49 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 566 Words

They represent a big step forward in replacing Intel's Netburst technology , which lagged so far behind in capabilities that AMD was able to scoop up market share and now holds an estimated 20 percent.

"It's just huge," Insight64 Senior Analyst Nathan...

Paul Hartsock
Intel Escapes Its Legal Morass, One Settlement at a Time
11/13/09 9:56 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 2789 Words

Intel and AMD have finally put a long and bitter disagreement to bed, and in the end, all it took was a little open communication and understanding, along with one and a quarter billion dollars. The two have been at it for years...

ECT News Staff
Merger Madness: Love Is in the Air
03/21/09 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 2127 Words

Chips Are Down
Intel and AMD are at each other's throats again . The companies are playing out their latest spat over a cross-licensing agreement via separate filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

AMD's new joint venture, Globalfoundries,...

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