As revealed in 'VNU Newswire' last week, IBM and Motorola will today unveil two versions of their Power PC 750 chip.
The device, codenamed Arthur, comes in two flavours running at 233MHz and 266MHz with a fast 66MHz bus.
The companies are also likely to announce their 350MHz 604e servers.
But the market for the chips is limited. Motorola will announce a Mac clone at Mac World this week while Apple is also likely to use the devices in its machines.
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