Intel to bring enough Core 2 Duo processors to the market

Posted on Friday, Jun 23 2006 @ 23:42 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Intel is planning to ensure sufficient supply of its Core 2 Duo processors to the channel market when they arrive in July:
Intel used to provide larger-quantity orders and rebates to OEMs, with the price gap ranging from 10% to 30% between its price offerings to OEM and channel players, indicated the sources. As reported on May 26, Taiwan makers have been informed by Intel that the chip giant will give the same quotes to OEMs and channel companies, as well as the same quantity of orders, after upcoming price reductions on July 23.
More info at DigiTimes.

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