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Thursday, 16 August 2007 10:41

Larrabee to capture 20+ percent discrete in 2008

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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It can be an instant success


Our very informative sources believe that Intel can captured anywhere between 20 to 30 percent of all discrete graphic shipment in 2008. Following our report here, we learned that Intel can sell its graphic to most of the graphic players and most of the Taiwanese companies will go for Intel as this would be a long term strategy move.

It took ATI a year to make the chipset graphic good and we believe that Intel can do this in shorter time, as it has a lot of engineers and experienced people working on this project. We heard that Intel has as many as 700 engineers working on this project while Nvidia usually has up to 400 people working on the next generation graphic called design team.

With the right driver and the right price Intel can have an instant success in 2008.

 

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