Intel Eyes Big Market for Atom
Intel expects its new chip offering to be worth $40 billion in three years.FRANKFURT, June 2 (Reuters) - Intel, the world's biggest chipmaker, sees new markets for its Atom microprocessors worth a total of $40 billion in two or three years' time, its chief executive told the Financial Times. Intel is rolling out five new Atom microprocessors and a collection of chips designed for portable gadgets that access the Internet and for other uses, as it uses its marketing muscle to help create a new market.
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