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The rollout of Intel's (INTC) eagerly-anticipated "Romley" Xeon server chips will be pushed back...

The rollout of Intel's (INTC) eagerly-anticipated "Romley" Xeon server chips will be pushed back to March, according to DigiTimes, due to problems related to pairing the chips with serial-attached SCSI (SAS) hard drives. The delay could bolster the standing of AMD's "Bulldozer" Opteron server chips, while proving a headache for analog chipmakers IPHI and VLTR.
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  • 0ZJ
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    Don't know if this will help AMD too much. Bulldozer has been a huge disappointment and these days, the two (INTC and AMD) actually serve different roles within the datacenter.
    25 Nov 2011, 10:03 AM Reply Like
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