Samsung has announced it will launch a new Alpha processor next month aimed at workstations and high performance servers.
The chips, which will be capable of processing data twice as fast as the current Alpha chips, will be supplied to Compaq.
Samsung developed and produced the processor under license from Compaq which acquired the Alpha technology from Digital when it bought the company at the beginning of this year.
According to reports, Samsung has sales targets of $100 million(#60.6 million) for the chip next year and expects it to make over $1.5 billion within the next five years.
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