Intel has said its next chip platform, code-named Sandy Bridge, will go into production by the end of 2010.
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In filing for a new deal with the European Commission, Intel said "We believe the Commission ignored the realities of the microprocessor market, which is highly competitive."
Intel has denied claims made by One Laptop per Child that it broke a "non-disparagement" agreement and hit back at suggestions that it did not even contribute "a single line of code" to the project.
Intel and PGP have teamed up to sell encryption products on systems with Centrino Pro and vPro processors.The latest version of Intel's Centrino product set -- a Core 2 Duo processor, chipset and wireless chip -- was launched on Wednesday in the US.
As part of the deal, PGP's products will be marketed through the chip giant's resellers and distributors.
Randall Schwartz, a former Intel contractor, has been cleared of a conviction for hacking into Intel systems.