Intel has pushed back the launch of the first Xeon server chips based on Pentium 4 technology.
Due yesterday (8th May) the chips have been hit by a flaw in the chipset housing and will now arrive at the end of May. Workstations using the chip, codenamed Foster, will arrive at the same time.
Intel has enjoyed a lack of serious competition in the server market but will soon have to deal with rival products from AMD, which is expected to release a chipset on 15 May that will allow dual Athlon servers to be built.
Currently, computers can handle only one Athlon at a time, limiting its suitability for the server market.
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