Intel Isn't Taking This Lying DownRussell Mitchell
Four fat years. That's what the venerable 80386 microprocessor has meant to Intel Corp. Since the chip's introduction, Intel has enjoyed a monopoly on sales of the 386, the brain that controls most of the personal computers sold today. The result: a cool $2 billion in profits for the Santa Clara (Calif.) chipmaker.
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