eWeek: HP, Intel Talk Up Itanium
Monday September 15 2003 @ 07:37AM EDT

With sales of Intel Corp.'s Itanium processor on the rise, the chip maker and Hewlett-Packard Co. together are looking to entice more enterprises to 64-bit computing with new systems and a glimpse at the Itanium road map.

At the Intel Developer Forum this week in San Jose, Calif., HP will demonstrate two midrange Itanium-based servers. At the same time, Intel executives will disclose more details about the future road map of the 3-year-old chip. The disclosure will come a week after the Santa Clara, Calif., company began expanding the Itanium's range, rolling out two low-power, low-cost chips aimed at the low-end server and workstation space.

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