Intel will trail IBM into the world of copper integrated circuits, promising to introduce the technology in its second-generation of 64-bit chips, to be launched in 2001. IBM plans to ship a copper PowerPC chip in early 1999 while Motorola and AMD are also joining forces to develop copper technology. The second-generation of 64-bit chips from Intel, codenamed McKinley, will arrive around a year after Merced, a source close to Intel said. McKinley will be made on the 0.13 micron manufacturing process.
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