Intel to sell 2 millionth 64-bit Xeon CPU this month

Posted on Saturday, February 12 2005 @ 19:10 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Intel said that it will sell its 2 millionth 64-bit Xeon processor this month.
“This ramp up is good news; we're executing on all cylinders… By the end of February we’ll have shipped two million units of the 32/64-bit Xeon. Demand is very strong; we shipped one million in the first six months that it was available,” Intel’s general manager enterprise platform group Kirk Skaugen is reported to have said.
More info at X-bit Labs

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