Intel systems readied for NT 5.0

Schwartz, Ephraim
August 1998
InfoWorld;08/24/98, Vol. 20 Issue 34, p12
Trade Publication
Focuses on system vendors' development of desktop systems based on Intel Corp.'s 450-MHz Pentium II processor. Requirement for the system to run Microsoft's Windows NT 5.0 operating system; Companies planning to launch products based on Intel's 300-MHz Celeron processor; Capabilities and uses of 40-Mhz system.


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