Quotes of the Week,March 10-14

"We're going to see lines to xDSL modems, set-top boxes, Web TVs, digital VCRs and digital cameras. There are 650 million copper connections in the world and 80 per cent can be converted to xDSL.

"We're going to see lines to xDSL modems, set-top boxes, Web TVs, digital VCRs and digital cameras. There are 650 million copper connections in the world and 80 per cent can be converted to xDSL." - Charles Cotton, chief operating officer for ATML

"In 1997, our major five-year investment in 32-bit technologies will begin to be realised commercially." - David Potter, Psion chairman

"AOL members are not interested in technology for its own sake." - AOL's Karen Thomson

"There have been benchmarks for Pentium II before but they're not necessarily for final version silicon [of Pentium II]." - Intel's Chris Hogg

"Intel moved to Slot One to move people on and freeze Cyrix and us out." - AMD's Richard Baker

"We are not creating a new computing paradigm. We are creating a design which will help save costs." - Intel's Pat Gelsinger on the NetPC

"We're not changing horses. We're 100 per cent behind K56flex." - Hayes' Bill Pechey

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