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January 27th, 2007
"Intel and IBM each separately announced competing developments Friday described as the biggest advances in semiconductor chip making in over 40 years," Therese Poletti reports for The San Jose Mercury News.
"Using new materials and a new manufacturing process, the two companies announced advances that would increase the speed and power of chips for another decade," Poletti reports. "But Intel of Santa Clara is apparently much farther along, saying it will launch new chips for computers, laptops and servers before the end of the year based on the advances."
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