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March 3, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:46pm


By CBR Staff Writer

Advanced Micro Devices Inc assured the attendees that it has in place chip fabrication capacity to produce 30m microprocessors a year and made the astonishingly ambitious assertion that claim that it aims to take 30% of the market for Windows-compatible microprocessors, with 22% the immediate goal, Benjamin Anixter, vice-president of external affairs, told the conference. Advanced Micro is about to ship its K6, which will be its first chip in years to match Intel Corp microprocessors in performance. Anixter said his firm would ship hundreds of thousands of units of the K6 next quarter, having already shipped significant quantities of samples of the K6 to personal computer manufacturers, Anixter said

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