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September 3rd, 2003
Intel sampling first ICs made on 90-nm line
Intel Corp. is sampling the first microprocessors manufactured on its 90-nanometer process technology — the Prescott for desktop PCs and the Dothan, an improved version of the Pentium M chip for laptops, the company said last week. Both chips are on schedule for "revenue shipments" next quarter, Intel said.
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