It must have been a long quest, but Intel succeeded in finding some positive market share figures to lighten up the launch of the Montecito, the next generation Itanium processor.
Itanium, it turns out, is growing by more than 100 per cent in markets like China and Russia. And even in the "essentially flat" market that the chip targets, Intel is outgrowing its competitors from Sun Microsystems and IBM.
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