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Intel PR Department Hard at Work

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Seems the news is chocked full of Intel everyday. Today they seem to be planning on upping production/shipping of their embedded memory products used in cell phones and pda. "Intel said it is also adopting a new computer memory technology, called Fully-Buffered Dual In-Line Memory Module (FB-DIMM) for its first multi-core server platform for Xeon chips, code-named Bensley." That story here.

TheInquirer has as a blurb and a pic in Intel's new logo for their 64-bit products. Seems they will using the Roman numerals VIIV as the trademark.

Also at theinquirer is the story on the Irish government withdrawing support for Intel citing that "is getting a bit twitchy about inward investment from foreigners." That story with a link to the original is here.

Intel is also hard at work on a Mac Mini-like concept PC. That story here.

In other news "Intel said the Pentium 4 brand will lose its role as the mainstream desktop processor, making way for the new dual core Pentium D and Pentium Extreme Edition products, previously known by the ?Smithfield? code name." Read that one here.

ZDNet is running a piece on their unveiling its first proposals for 802.11s, a new mesh wireless networking standard.

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