Intel has notified its OEMs that it will not be accepting any orders for the Pentium Pro processor after the end of this year. Unusually, Intel will not be reducing the price of the chip as it is phased out, blaming the cost of the second level cache. The Pentium Pro is being killed off to pave the way for Xeon, which some vendors, including Compaq and Dell, started shipping late last month. The second generation 450MHz Xeon processor is due before the end of the year.
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