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Friday, 21 September 2007 18:24

Larrabee will get to the leading position

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IDF 2007: But it will take time


Intel wants to become number one in the discrete graphics business and it wants to take the market share from Nvidia and ATI, but it realizes that it will take time.


It won't happen overnight, but Intel is a patient company, just remember how long did it took Intel to get rid of Netburst, move over to Core 2 and take the lead.


Intel has some big plans with graphics and it will fight AMD in every single field, Nvidia is also considered as serious competition. Intel will even challenge AMD and Nvidia in the mobile market especially in late 2008 or 2009.



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