Intel's weak spot in 2006-2007

Posted on Monday, Jan 09 2006 @ 19:14 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
ARS Technica has written an article about Intel's weak spot in 2006-2007 - their interconnect technology - and how AMD will aim right at it.
This past year was especially hard on Intel, but the company has been touting 2006 as the year they get their act together. The CES launch of Yonah, the corporate rebranding, the new platform initiative, the high-profile Apple deal, and the launch of the Merom/Conroe architecture later this year are all supposed to put Intel back on top in terms of performance, marketing, mind-share, and core technology.

So by the second half of 2006, Intel will have all plugged all of the chinks in its armor and the company's x86 flagship processor line will be once again ready to go forward and retake any ground that has been lost to AMD... or will it?
You can read it over here.


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