Itanium Codevelopment Ceased

Via Slashdot we find this EE Times article telling us that HP and Intel have ceased their Itanium codevelopment alliance.

The move follows disappointing sales for servers based on the processor, according to the report. Intel and HP developed the processor about 10 years, but the chip has been a flop due to delays, cost overruns and lackluster demand.

Some will herald this as the success of AMD64, others might think it has more to do with PowerPC.

Josh Poulson

Posted Saturday, Dec 18 2004 09:11 AM

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