Intel ships new Celerons

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Intel ships new Celerons

Rambus Inc. has just established a new Taiwan office to promote RDRAM memory to Asian manufacturers who have been tilting toward DDR DRAM. At the opening of the facility, Rambus president Dave Mooring predicted that the launch of Intel Corp.’s Pentium 4 this month would make RDRAM a core standard, delivering 40 percent of the memory market to the company within three years. He also admitted that the memory technology is currently too expensive but said that a method, not identified, of reducing RDRAM costs had been found.

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