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INTEL/
RTXDYCT 
April 13, 2009 
An Intel Inside sticker is shown next to a Windows XP sticker on an Acer Netbook in Encinitas, California... 
Encinitas, UNITED STATES 
An Intel Inside sticker is shown next to a Windows XP sticker on an Acer Netbook in Encinitas 
An Intel Inside sticker is shown next to a Windows XP sticker on an Acer Netbook in Encinitas, California April 13, 2009. Top global chip maker Intel should report hefty slides in quarterly earnings and sales after a brutal drop-off in demand, but signs of a market stabilization may assuage some of 2009's pain. Investors in the Santa Clara, California-based giant, which reports first-quarter earnings on Tuesday, hope the recent rollout of Xeon server chips and strong sales of the Atom netbook microprocessor will prop up sales in coming quarters. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES BUSINESS SCI TECH) 
INTEL/
RTXDYCR 
April 13, 2009 
An Intel Inside sticker is shown next to a Windows XP sticker on an Acer Netbook in Encinitas, California... 
Encinitas, UNITED STATES 
An Intel Inside sticker is shown next to a Windows XP sticker on an Acer Netbook in Encinitas 
An Intel Inside sticker is shown next to a Windows XP sticker on an Acer Netbook in Encinitas, California April 13, 2009. Top global chip maker Intel should report hefty slides in quarterly earnings and sales after a brutal drop-off in demand, but signs of a market stabilization may assuage some of 2009's pain. Investors in the Santa Clara, California-based giant, which reports first-quarter earnings on Tuesday, hope the recent rollout of Xeon server chips and strong sales of the Atom netbook microprocessor will prop up sales in coming quarters. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES BUSINESS SCI TECH) 
GERMANY/
RTX9SP8 
October 22, 2008 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel looks in a microscope as she visits computer microprocessors maker AMD... 
Dresden, Germany 
German Chancellor Merkel looks in a microscope as she visits computer microprocessors maker AMD chip... 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel looks in a microscope as she visits computer microprocessors maker AMD chip plant during a national education summit in Dresden October 22, 2008. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTX9SP2 
October 22, 2008 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel (R) looks in a microscope next to a technician of computer microprocessors... 
Dresden, Germany 
German Chancellor Merkel looks in microscope next to a technician of computer microprocessors maker AMD... 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel (R) looks in a microscope next to a technician of computer microprocessors maker AMD in their chip plant during an national education summit in Dresden October 22, 2008. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY) 
GERMANY
RTR1IN42 
October 24, 2006 
A technician of computer microprocessors maker AMD poses for the media with a wafer at the chip plant... 
Dresden, Germany 
A technician of computer microprocessors maker AMD poses for the media with a wafer at the chip plant... 
A technician of computer microprocessors maker AMD poses for the media with a wafer at the chip plant in Dresden October 24, 2006. AMD celebrated its 10th anniversary of the AMD plant in the eastern German city of Dresden on Tuesday. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY) 
GERMANY
RTR1IN0H 
October 24, 2006 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel (R) receives a laptop from Hector Ruiz, CEO of computer microprocessor... 
Dresden, Germany 
German Chancellor Merkel receives a laptop from AMD CEO Ruiz at the AMD chip plant in Dresden 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel (R) receives a laptop from Hector Ruiz, CEO of computer microprocessor maker AMD during a ceremony to mark the 10th anniversary of the AMD chip plant in the eastern German city of Dresden, October 24, 2006. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY) 
GERMANY
RTR1IMZP 
October 24, 2006 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel (C) poses for the media with technicians of computer microprocessor maker... 
Dresden, Germany 
German Chancellor Merkel poses with two technicians of microprocessor maker AMD in Dresden 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel (C) poses for the media with technicians of computer microprocessor maker AMD at their chip plant in Dresden October 24, 2006. Merkel on Tuesday attended a ceremony for the 10th anniversary of the AMD plant in the eastern German city of Dresden. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY) 
GERMANY
RTR1IMZI 
October 24, 2006 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel (L) looks at a wafer as she poses for the media with a technician of... 
Dresden, Germany 
German Chancellor Merkel looks at a wafer as she poses for the media in an AMD plant in Dresden 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel (L) looks at a wafer as she poses for the media with a technician of computer microprocessors maker AMD in their chip plant in Dresden October 24, 2006. Merkel on Tuesday attended a ceremony for the 10th anniversary of the AMD plant in the eastern German city of Dresden. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY) 
TECH KOREA INTEL
RTR161Q8 
February 10, 2006 
A South Korean uses a laptop using Intel's microprocessors at a showroom in Seoul Feburary 10, 2006.... 
Seoul, Korea 
South Korean uses laptop using Intel's microprocessors at showroom in Seoul 
A South Korean uses a laptop using Intel's microprocessors at a showroom in Seoul Feburary 10, 2006. South Korea's antitrust watchdog said on Friday it had not yet reached a conclusion on whether Intel Corp. violated regulations in marketing its computer chips after raiding the U.S. firm's Seoul office earlier this week. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon 
TECH KOREA INTEL
RTR161Q6 
February 10, 2006 
Laptops using Intel's microprocessors are displayed at a showroom in Seoul Feburary 10, 2006. South Korea's... 
Seoul, Korea 
Laptops using Intel's microprocessors displayed at showroom in Seoul 
Laptops using Intel's microprocessors are displayed at a showroom in Seoul Feburary 10, 2006. South Korea's antitrust watchdog said on Friday it had not yet reached a conclusion on whether Intel Corp violated regulations in marketing its computer chips after raiding the U.S. firm's Seoul office earlier this week. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon 
TECH KOREA INTEL
RTR161Q5 
February 10, 2006 
A South Korean man walks past an advertisement board of a personal computer maker using Intel's microprocessors... 
Seoul, Korea 
South Korean man walks past advertisement board of PC maker using Intel's microprocessors in Seoul 
A South Korean man walks past an advertisement board of a personal computer maker using Intel's microprocessors at a showroom in Seoul Feburary 10, 2006. South Korea's antitrust watchdog said on Friday it had not yet reached a conclusion on whether Intel Corp. violated regulations in marketing its computer chips after raiding the U.S. firm's Seoul office earlier this week. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon 
TECH KOREA INTEL
RTR161Q3 
February 10, 2006 
A South Korean stands next to an advertisement board of a personal computer maker using Intel's microprocessors... 
Seoul, Korea 
South Korean stands next to advertisement board of PC maker using Intel's microprocessors in Seoul 
A South Korean stands next to an advertisement board of a personal computer maker using Intel's microprocessors at a showroom in Seoul Feburary 10, 2006. South Korea's antitrust watchdog said on Friday it had not yet reached a conclusion on whether Intel Corp. violated regulations in marketing its computer chips after raiding the U.S. firm's Seoul office earlier this week. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon 
APPLE
RTXNJ94 
June 06, 2005 
-FILE PHOTO 17JUL02- The logo of Apple Computer Inc. and a 17-inch LCD of an iMac computer are seen at... 
New York, USA 
-FILE PHOTO 17JUL02- The logo of Apple Computer Inc. and a 17-inch LCD of an iMac computer are seen ..... 
-FILE PHOTO 17JUL02- The logo of Apple Computer Inc. and a 17-inch LCD of an iMac computer are seen at the Macworld Conference and Expo in New York in this July 17, 2002 file photo. [Apple Computer Inc. on June 7, 2005 said it will shift to using Intel Corp. microprocessors in its Macintosh computers, severing its long relationship with International Business Machines Corp. which had supplied the chips to Apple.] 
JOBS
RTXNJ92 
June 06, 2005 
Apple CEO Steve Jobs gives a keynote address at the Apple Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco,... 
San Francisco, USA 
Apple CEO Steve Jobs gives a keynote address at the Apple Worldwide Developer Conference in San Fran..... 
Apple CEO Steve Jobs gives a keynote address at the Apple Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco, California June 6, 2005. Apple Computer Inc. on Monday said it will shift to using Intel Corp. microprocessors in its Macintosh computers, severing its long relationship with International Business Machines Corp. which had supplied the chips to Apple. 
USA
RTXNJ91 
June 06, 2005 
Apple CEO Steve Jobs (L) shakes hands with Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini at the Apple Worldwide... 
San Francisco, USA 
Apple CEO Steve Jobs (L) shakes hands with Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini at the Apple Worldw..... 
Apple CEO Steve Jobs (L) shakes hands with Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini at the Apple Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco, California June 6, 2005. Apple Computer Inc. on Monday said it will shift to using Intel Corp. microprocessors in its Macintosh computers, severing its long relationship with International Business Machines Corp. which had supplied the chips to Apple. 
USA
RTXNJ90 
June 06, 2005 
Apple CEO Steve Jobs, (L), hugs Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini at the Apple Worldwide Developer... 
San Francisco, USA 
Apple CEO Steve Jobs, (L), hugs Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini at the Apple Worldwide Develop..... 
Apple CEO Steve Jobs, (L), hugs Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini at the Apple Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco, California June 6, 2005. Apple Computer Inc. on Monday said it will shift to using Intel Corp. microprocessors in its Macintosh computers, severing its long relationship with International Business Machines Corp. which had supplied the chips to Apple. 
JOBS
RTXNJ8Z 
June 06, 2005 
Apple CEO Steve Jobs gives the keynote address at the Apple Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco... 
San Francisco, USA 
Apple CEO Steve Jobs gives the keynote address at the Apple Worldwide Developer Conference in San Fr..... 
Apple CEO Steve Jobs gives the keynote address at the Apple Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco June 6, 2005. Apple Computer Inc. on Monday said it will shift to using Intel Corp. microprocessors in its Macintosh computers, severing its long relationship with International Business Machines Corp. which had supplied the chips to Apple. 
USA
RTXNJ8Y 
June 06, 2005 
Apple CEO Steve Jobs, (L), greets Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini at the Apple Worldwide Developer... 
San Francisco, USA 
Apple CEO Steve Jobs, (L), greets Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini at the Apple Worldwide Devel..... 
Apple CEO Steve Jobs, (L), greets Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini at the Apple Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco, California June 6, 2005. Apple Computer Inc. on Monday said it will shift to using Intel Corp. microprocessors in its Macintosh computers, severing its long relationship with International Business Machines Corp. which had supplied the chips to Apple. 
AMD
RTXMM3L 
May 17, 2004 
A technician of AMD, the world's second-largest maker of computer microprocessors after Intel Corp, displays... 
Berlin, Germany 
A technician of AMD, the world's second-largest maker of computer microprocessors after Intel Corp, ..... 
A technician of AMD, the world's second-largest maker of computer microprocessors after Intel Corp, displays a wafer for the media in the eastern German city of Dresden May 17, 2004. [German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder will take part at a topping-out ceremony for the company's newly built $2.4 billion chip plant in Dresden later on Monday.] 
AMD
RTXMM3K 
May 17, 2004 
A technician of AMD, the world's second-largest maker of computer microprocessors after Intel Corp, displays... 
Berlin, Germany 
A technician of AMD, the world's second-largest maker of computer microprocessors after Intel Corp, ..... 
A technician of AMD, the world's second-largest maker of computer microprocessors after Intel Corp, displays a wafer for the media in the eastern German city of Dresden May 17, 2004. [German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder will take part at a topping-out ceremony for the company's newly built $2.4 billion chip plant in Dresden later on Monday.] 
AMD
RTXMM3J 
May 17, 2004 
Technicians of AMD, the world's second-largest maker of computer microprocessors after Intel Corp, display... 
Berlin, Germany 
Technicians of AMD, the world's second-largest maker of computer microprocessors after Intel Corp, d..... 
Technicians of AMD, the world's second-largest maker of computer microprocessors after Intel Corp, display wafers for the media in the eastern German city of Dresden May 17, 2004. [German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder will take part at a topping-out ceremony for the company's newly built $2.4 billion chip plant in Dresden later on Monday.] 
RUIZ
RTXMM3I 
May 17, 2004 
Hector Ruiz, CEO of U.S. semiconductor maker AMD, the world's second-largest maker of computer microprocessors... 
Berlin, Germany 
Hector Ruiz, CEO of U.S. semiconductor maker AMD, the world's second-largest maker of computer micro..... 
Hector Ruiz, CEO of U.S. semiconductor maker AMD, the world's second-largest maker of computer microprocessors after Intel Corp, displays a 300 millimetres wafer as he poses for the media in the eastern German city of Dresden May 17, 2004. [German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder will take part at a topping-out ceremony for the company's newly built $2.4 billion chip plant in Dresden later on Monday.] 
RUIZ
RTXMM3H 
May 17, 2004 
Hector Ruiz, CEO of U.S. semiconductor maker AMD, the world's second-largest maker of computer microprocessors... 
Berlin, Germany 
Hector Ruiz, CEO of U.S. semiconductor maker AMD, the world's second-largest maker of computer micro..... 
Hector Ruiz, CEO of U.S. semiconductor maker AMD, the world's second-largest maker of computer microprocessors after Intel Corp, smiles as he addresses a news conference in the eastern German city of Dresden May 17, 2004. [German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder will take part at a topping-out ceremony for the company's newly built $2.4 billion chip plant in Dresden later on Monday.] 
GERMANY
RTRJPMQ 
May 17, 2004 
A technician of AMD, the world's second-largest maker of computer microprocessors after Intel Corp, displays... 
Berlin, Germany - FDR 
AMD TECHNICIAN DISPLAYS WAFER IN EASTERN GERMAN CITY OF DRESDEN. 
A technician of AMD, the world's second-largest maker of computer microprocessors after Intel Corp, displays a wafer for the media in the eastern German city of Dresden May 17, 2004. German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder will take part at a topping-out ceremony for the company's newly built $2.4 billion chip plant in Dresden later on Monday. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann AKW/JOH/ACM 
GERMANY
RTRJPKK 
May 17, 2004 
Technicians of AMD, the world's second-largest maker of computer microprocessors after Intel Corp, display... 
Berlin, Germany - FDR 
AMD TECHNICIANS DISPLAY WAFERS IN EASTERN GERMAN CITY OF DRESDEN. 
Technicians of AMD, the world's second-largest maker of computer microprocessors after Intel Corp, display wafers for the media in the eastern German city of Dresden May 17, 2004. German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder will take part at a topping-out ceremony for the company's newly built $2.4 billion chip plant in Dresden later on Monday. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann AKW/JOH/SM 
GERMANY
RTRJPKA 
May 17, 2004 
A technician of AMD, the world's second-largest maker of computer microprocessors after Intel Corp, displays... 
Berlin, Germany - FDR 
AMD TECHNICIAN DISPLAYS WAFER IN EASTERN GERMAN CITY OF DRESDEN. 
A technician of AMD, the world's second-largest maker of computer microprocessors after Intel Corp, displays a wafer for the media in the eastern German city of Dresden May 17, 2004. German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder will take part at a topping-out ceremony for the company's newly built $2.4 billion chip plant in Dresden later on Monday. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann AKW7joh/acm 
GERMANY
RTRJPJO 
May 17, 2004 
Hector Ruiz, CEO of U.S. semiconductor maker AMD, the world's second-largest maker of computer microprocessors... 
Berlin, Germany - FDR 
AMD CEO RUIZ DISPLAYS A 300 MILLIMETRE WAFER IN THE EASTERN GERMAN CITY OF DRESDEN. 
Hector Ruiz, CEO of U.S. semiconductor maker AMD, the world's second-largest maker of computer microprocessors after Intel Corp, displays a 300 millimetres wafer as he poses for the media in the eastern German city of Dresden May 17, 2004. German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder will take part at a topping-out ceremony for the company's newly built $2.4 billion chip plant in Dresden later on Monday. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann AKWJOH/ACM 
GERMANY
RTRJPIO 
May 17, 2004 
Hector Ruiz, CEO of U.S. semiconductor maker AMD, the world's second-largest maker of computer microprocessors... 
Berlin, Germany - FDR 
AMD CEO RUIZ ADDRESSES NEWS CONFERENCE IN EASTERN GERMAN CITY OF DRESDEN. 
Hector Ruiz, CEO of U.S. semiconductor maker AMD, the world's second-largest maker of computer microprocessors after Intel Corp, smiles as he addresses a news conference in the eastern German city of Dresden May 17, 2004. German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder will take part at a topping-out ceremony for the company's newly built $2.4 billion chip plant in Dresden later on Monday. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann AKW/JOH/acm 
IBM
RTXMIIL 
March 31, 2004 
A custom made Power PC microprocessor pictured next to a nickel at the IBM 300 mm Manufacturing Plant... 
East Fishkill, USA 
A custom made Power PC microprocessor pictured next to a nickel at the IBM 300 mm Manufacturing Plan..... 
A custom made Power PC microprocessor pictured next to a nickel at the IBM 300 mm Manufacturing Plant in East Fishkill, New York on March 24, 2004. International Business Machines Corp. on March 31, 2004 unveiled a strategy to encourage other companies to more actively participate in the design of new products based on its microchips. 
IBM
RTXMI4B 
March 25, 2004 
A wafer full of hundreds of Power PC 970 microprocessors is displayed at the IBM 300 mm Manufacturing... 
East Fishkill, USA 
A wafer full of hundreds of Power PC 970 microprocessors is displayed at the IBM 300 mm Manufacturin..... 
A wafer full of hundreds of Power PC 970 microprocessors is displayed at the IBM 300 mm Manufacturing Plant in East Fishkill, New York on March 24, 2004. This state of the art facility has become one of the largest outsource manufacturers of semiconductors. 
IBM
RTXMI4A 
March 25, 2004 
Workers sit at wirelessly linked laptop comurters at the IBM 300 mm Manufacturing Plant in East Fishkill,... 
East Fishkill, USA 
Workers sit at wirelessly linked laptop comurters at the IBM 300 mm Manufacturing Plant in East Fish..... 
Workers sit at wirelessly linked laptop comurters at the IBM 300 mm Manufacturing Plant in East Fishkill, New York on March 24, 2004, monitoring the polishing of wafers full of Power PC microprocessors. This state of the art facility has become one of the largest outsource manufacturers of semiconductors. 
IBM
RTXMI49 
March 25, 2004 
Eric Lehner sits in front of a Leica Autoscope looking for defects in Power PC microprocessors at the... 
East Fishkill, USA 
Eric Lehner sits in front of a Leica Autoscope looking for defects in Power PC microprocessors at th..... 
Eric Lehner sits in front of a Leica Autoscope looking for defects in Power PC microprocessors at the IBM 300 mm Manufacturing Plant in East Fishkill, New York on March 24, 2004, in a section of the plant bathed in yellow light to protect the sensitive chips being built. This state of the art facility has become one of the largest outsource manufacturers of semiconductors. 
IBM
RTXMI48 
March 25, 2004 
A wafer with hundreds of Power PC microprocessors is loaded into a machine to apply an oxide layer as... 
East Fishkill, USA 
A wafer with hundreds of Power PC microprocessors is loaded into a machine to apply an oxide layer a..... 
A wafer with hundreds of Power PC microprocessors is loaded into a machine to apply an oxide layer as part of the insulation process at the IBM 300 mm Manufacturing Plant in East Fishkill, New York on March 24, 2004. This state of the art facility has become one of the largest outsource manufacturers of semiconductors. 
IBM
RTXMI47 
March 25, 2004 
A Power PC 970 microprocessor, currently used by Apple Computer in the G5 workstations seen next to a... 
East Fishkill, USA 
A Power PC 970 microprocessor, currently used by Apple Computer in the G5 workstations seen next to ..... 
A Power PC 970 microprocessor, currently used by Apple Computer in the G5 workstations seen next to a quarter (a U.S. 25 cent coin)at the IBM 300 mm Manufacturing Plant in East Fishkill, New York on March 24, 2004. This state of the art facility has become one of the largest outsource manufacturers of semiconductors. 
TECH IBM
RTRGIK0 
March 24, 2004 
A custom made Power PC microprocessor pictured next to a nickel at the IBM 300 mm Manufacturing Plant... 
East Fishkill 
POWER PC MICROPROCESSOR AT IBM MANUFACTURING PLANT IN EAST FISHKILL. 
A custom made Power PC microprocessor pictured next to a nickel at the IBM 300 mm Manufacturing Plant in East Fishkill, New York on March 24, 2004. International Business Machines Corp. on March 31, 2004 unveiled a strategy to encourage other companies to more actively participate in the design of new products based on its microchips. TECOM REUTERS/Chip East FOR USE WITH STORY TECH IBM CME/SV 
TECH IBM
RTRG3TX 
March 24, 2004 
A wafer full of hundreds of Power PC 970 microprocessors is displayed at the IBM 300 mm Manufacturing... 
East Fishkill 
POWER PC 970 MICROPROCESSORS ON DISPLAY AT IBM MANUFACTURING PLANT IN EAST FISHKILL NEW YORK. 
A wafer full of hundreds of Power PC 970 microprocessors is displayed at the IBM 300 mm Manufacturing Plant in East Fishkill, New York on March 24, 2004. This state of the art facility has become one of the largest outsource manufacturers of semiconductors. REUTERS/Chip East CME 
TECH IBM
RTRG3TO 
March 24, 2004 
A Power PC 970 microprocessor, currently used by Apple Computer in the G5 workstations seen next to a... 
East Fishkill 
PPC 970 MICROPROCESSOR AT IBM MANUFACTURING PLANT IN EAST FISHKILL NEW YORK. 
A Power PC 970 microprocessor, currently used by Apple Computer in the G5 workstations seen next to a quarter (a U.S. 25 cent coin)at the IBM 300 mm Manufacturing Plant in East Fishkill, New York on March 24, 2004. This state of the art facility has become one of the largest outsource manufacturers of semiconductors. TECOM REUTERS/Chip East CME/JDP 
TECH IBM
RTRG3TI 
March 24, 2004 
Jon Matsen watches a Front Opening Unified Pod (FOUP) full of 300 mm wafers of Power PC microprocessors... 
East Fishkill 
WAFERS TRANSPORTED AT IBM MANUFACTURING PLANT IN EAST FISHKILL NEW YORK. 
Jon Matsen watches a Front Opening Unified Pod (FOUP) full of 300 mm wafers of Power PC microprocessors being lowered from a transport robot to a wafer cleaner at the IBM 300 mm Manufacturing Plant in East Fishkill, New York on March 24, 2004. This state of the art facility has become one of the largest outsource manufacturers of semiconductors. REUTERS/Chip East CME 
TECH IBM
RTRG3T6 
March 24, 2004 
Eric Lehner sits in front of a Leica Autoscope looking for defects in Power PC microprocessors at the... 
East Fishkill 
TECH INSPECTS MICROPROCESSORS AT IBM MANUFACTURING PLANT IN EAST FISHKILL NEW YORK. 
Eric Lehner sits in front of a Leica Autoscope looking for defects in Power PC microprocessors at the IBM 300 mm Manufacturing Plant in East Fishkill, New York on March 24, 2004, in a section of the plant bathed in yellow light to protect the sensitive chips being built. This state of the art facility has become one of the largest outsource manufacturers of semiconductors. REUTERS/Chip East CME 
TECH IBM
RTRG3SY 
March 24, 2004 
A custom made PowerPC microprocessor seen next to a nickel (a U.S. five cent coin) at the IBM 300 mm... 
East Fishkill 
POWER PC MICROPROCESSOR AT IBM MANUFACTURING PLANT IN EAST FISHKILL NEW YORK. 
A custom made PowerPC microprocessor seen next to a nickel (a U.S. five cent coin) at the IBM 300 mm Manufacturing Plant in East Fishkill, New York March 24, 2004. This state of the art facility has become one of the largest outsource manufacturers of semiconductors. REUTERS/Chip East CME/JDP 
TECH IBM
RTRG3SR 
March 24, 2004 
A wafer with hundreds of Power PC microprocessors is loaded into a machine to apply an oxide layer as... 
East Fishkill 
OXIDE LAYER APPLIED AT IBM MANUFACTURING PLANT IN EAST FISHKILL NEW YORK. 
A wafer with hundreds of Power PC microprocessors is loaded into a machine to apply an oxide layer as part of the insulation process at the IBM 300 mm Manufacturing Plant in East Fishkill, New York on March 24, 2004. This state of the art facility has become one of the largest outsource manufacturers of semiconductors. REUTERS/Chip East CME 
TECH IBM
RTRG3SN 
March 24, 2004 
A wafer full of hundreds of Power PC microprocessors is loaded into a cleaning tool at the IBM 300 mm... 
East Fishkill 
POWER PC MICROPROCESSORS LOADED INTO CLEANER AT IBM MANUFACTURING PLANT IN EAST FISHKILL NEW YORK. 
A wafer full of hundreds of Power PC microprocessors is loaded into a cleaning tool at the IBM 300 mm Manufacturing Plant in East Fishkill, New York on March 24, 2004. This state of the art facility has become one of the largest outsource manufacturers of semiconductors. REUTERS/Chip East CME 
TECH IBM
RTRG3SF 
March 24, 2004 
Workers sit at wirelessly linked laptop comurters at the IBM 300 mm Manufacturing Plant in East Fishkill,... 
East Fishkill 
WORKERS USE WIRELESS LAPTOPS AT IBM MANUFACTURING PLANT IN EAST FISHKILL NEW YORK. 
Workers sit at wirelessly linked laptop comurters at the IBM 300 mm Manufacturing Plant in East Fishkill, New York on March 24, 2004, monitoring the polishing of wafers full of Power PC microprocessors. This state of the art facility has become one of the largest outsource manufacturers of semiconductors. REUTERS/Chip East CME 
GERMANY
RTXMB8K 
November 20, 2003 
A technician from the U.S. semiconductor maker AMD displays an eight inch wafer after a news conference... 
Dresden, Germany 
A technician from the U.S. semiconductor maker AMD displays an eight inch wafer after a news confere..... 
A technician from the U.S. semiconductor maker AMD displays an eight inch wafer after a news conference in the eastern German city of Dresden November 20, 2003. AMD, the world's second-largest maker of computer microprocessors after Intel Corp, confirmed on Thursday the company would build a $2.4 billion chip plant in Dresden, following over a year of negotiations with state and federal governments. 
GERMANY
RTR7DBW 
November 20, 2003 
A technician fromy the U.S. semiconductor maker AMD displays an eight
inch wafer after a news conference... 
Dresden, Germany 
A TECHNICIAN FROM SEMICONDUCTOR MAKER AMD DISPLAYS A WAFER IN DRESDEN. 
A technician fromy the U.S. semiconductor maker AMD displays an eight
inch wafer after a news conference in the eastern German city of
Dresden November 20, 2003. AMD, the world's second-largest maker of
computer microprocessors after Intel Corp, confirmed on Thursday the
company would build a $2.4 billion chip plant in Dresden, following
over a year of negotiations with state and federal governments.
REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann

AKW/MAD/GM 
GERMANY
RTR7CVG 
November 20, 2003 
Saxonian State Premier Georg Milbradt jokes with Hector Ruiz (R), CEO
of U.S. semiconductor maker AMD... 
Dresden, Germany 
SAXONIAN STATE PRMIER MILBRADT JOKES WITH AMD CEO RUIZ IN DRESDEN. 
Saxonian State Premier Georg Milbradt jokes with Hector Ruiz (R), CEO
of U.S. semiconductor maker AMD before a news conference in the eastern
German city of Dresden November 20, 2003. AMD, the world's
second-largest maker of computer microprocessors after Intel Corp,
confirmed on Thursday the company would build a $2.4 billion chip plant
in Dresden, following over a year of negotiations with state and
federal governments. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann REUTERS

AKW 
TRON
RTXM3I4 
July 15, 2003 
- PHOTO TAKEN 30JUN03 - Tokyo University professor Ken Sakamura shows a microprocessor chip which runs... 
Tokyo, Japan 
- PHOTO TAKEN 30JUN03 - Tokyo University professor Ken Sakamura shows a microprocessor chip which ru..... 
- PHOTO TAKEN 30JUN03 - Tokyo University professor Ken Sakamura shows a microprocessor chip which runs on TRON, an operating system he developed nearly 20 years ago. TRON has become the most widely used operating system, even more so than Microsoft's Windows, having claimed the dominant share as the basic software for microprocessors used in digital gadgets. [Had Sakamura decided to charge even one cent to each user of TRON, he would easily be a dollar billionaire by now. Picture taken June 30, 2003.] 
LIFE TECH JAPAN
RTRKBG 
June 30, 2003 
Tokyo University professor Ken Sakamura shows a microprocessor chip which runs on TRON, an operating... 
Tokyo, Japan 
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE LIFE-TECH-JAPAN. 
Tokyo University professor Ken Sakamura shows a microprocessor chip which runs on TRON, an operating system he developed nearly 20 years ago. TRON has become the most widely used operating system, even more so than Microsoft's Windows, having claimed the dominant share as the basic software for microprocessors used in digital gadgets. Had Sakamura decided to charge even one cent to each user of TRON, he would easily be a dollar billionaire by now. Picture taken June 30, 2003. TO ACCOMPANY STORY LIFE-TECH-JAPAN. TECOM REUTERS/Issei Kato GN/PB 
LIFE TECH JAPAN
RTRKBA 
June 30, 2003 
Tokyo University professor Ken Sakamura shows a microprocessor chip
which runs on TRON, an operating... 
Tokyo, Japan 
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE LIFE-TECH-JAPAN. 
Tokyo University professor Ken Sakamura shows a microprocessor chip
which runs on TRON, an operating system he developed nearly 20 years
ago. TRON has become the most widely used operating system, even more
so than Microsoft's Windows, having claimed the dominant share as the
basic software for microprocessors used in digital gadgets. Had
Sakamura decided to charge even one cent to each user of TRON, he would
easily be a dollar billionaire by now. Picture taken June 30, 2003. TO
ACCOMPANY STORY LIFE-TECH-JAPAN. REUTERS/Issei Kato

GN/PB 
TECH CHINA INTEL
RTRJZ1D 
March 14, 2003 
A Chinese commuter walks past an Intel Centrino advertisement at Shanghai
subway station March 14, 2003.... 
Shanghai, China - Peoples Republic of 
CHINESE COMMUTER WALKS PAST INTEL CENTRINO AD IN SHANGHAI. 
A Chinese commuter walks past an Intel Centrino advertisement at Shanghai
subway station March 14, 2003. Intel Corp, the largest computer
microprocessor maker, launched a set of chips - known as Centrino - this
week that promises to make wireless Internet access a standard feature on
laptops and to untie computer users from power outlets and telephone jacks.
Separately, the company said it signed deals with China Mobile and China
Netcom to launch wireless telephone networks in China, a country with 59
million internet users, the world's second largest Web population after the
United States. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

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INTEL CORP
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April 23, 2001 
Computer chip maker Intel Corp. introduced the long-awaited Pentium 4 processor at 1.7 GHz, the company's... 
None, USA 
Computer chip maker Intel Corp. introduced the long-awaited Pentium 4 processor at 1.7 GHz, the comp..... 
Computer chip maker Intel Corp. introduced the long-awaited Pentium 4 processor at 1.7 GHz, the company's highest performance microprocessor for desktop computers, April 23, 2001. Intel said it expects computer makers worldwide to launch systems based on this new microprocessor, which is available immediately, in 1,000 unit quantities, for $352. 
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October 14, 1997 
Jerry Huck, manager and lead architect for the Hewlett-Packard Company, speaks at the Microprocessor... 
multiple countries 
HEWLETT PACKARDS JERRY HUCK SPEAKS AT MICROPROCESSOR FORUM 
Jerry Huck, manager and lead architect for the Hewlett-Packard Company, speaks at the Microprocessor Forum in San Jose, October 14. Huck has helped to design a new computer chip named Merced that is based on a 64-Bit Instruction Set Architecture.

COMPUTERS INTEL 
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October 14, 1997 
John Crawford (L), Director of Microprocessor Architecture for Intel Corporation, speaks at the Microprocessor... 
UNITED STATES 
DIRECTOR OF INTEL PROCESSOR DIVISION AT NEWS CONF 
John Crawford (L), Director of Microprocessor Architecture for Intel Corporation, speaks at the Microprocessor Forum in San Jose, California, October 14. Crawford introduced the design for the new Merced chip that is based on a 64-Bit Instruction Set Architecture that will dramatically improve server and workstation market performance in the next few years.

COMPUTERS INTEL 
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October 14, 1997 
John Crawford (L), Director of Microprocessor Architecture for Intel Corporation, and Jerry Huck (R),... 
UNITED STATES 
INTEL AND HP DIRECTORS AT CHIP UNVEILING 
John Crawford (L), Director of Microprocessor Architecture for Intel Corporation, and Jerry Huck (R), Manager and Lead Architect for Hewlett-Packard Company, are introduced at the Microprocessor Forum in San Jose, California, October 14. Crawford and Huck introduced the design for the new Merced chip that is based on a 64-Bit Instruction Set Architecture that will dramatically improve server and workstation market performance in the next few years.

COMPUTERS INTEL 
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May 07, 1997 
Intel Corporation introduced it's new Pentium II processor, shown here, in New York May 7. Intel said... 
UNITED STATES 
NEW INTEL PENTIUM II CHIP 
Intel Corporation introduced it's new Pentium II processor, shown here, in New York May 7. Intel said that over 100 computer makers will introduce personal computers designed around the Pentium II. The new microprocessor line includes advanced metromedia capabilities and faster computer speeds.

INTEL 
PENTIUM
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March 22, 1993 
Intel Corp. President and CEO Andy Grove shows off the company's long-awaited Pentium microprocessor,... 
Intel Corp. President and CEO Andy Grove shows off the company's long-awaited Pentium microprocessor..... 
Intel Corp. President and CEO Andy Grove shows off the company's long-awaited Pentium microprocessor, a new generation chip that promises to revolutionize personal computers and protect Intel, the leading chip maker, from rivals. The Pentium will run up to five times faster that Intel's 486 chip that has become an industry standard in personal computers 
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